#1 Exit Polls are More Accurate than Actual Votes.....
11-04-2008, 08:13 PM
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The states looking good for Obama:
Florida: 52 percent to 44 percent
Iowa: 52 percent to 48 percent
Missouri: 52 percent to 48 percent
North Carolina: 52 percent to 48 percent
New Hampshire: 57 percent to 43 percent
Nevada: 55 percent to 45 percent
Pennsylvania: 57 percent to 42 percent
Ohio: 54 percent to 45 percent
Wisconsin: 58 percent to 42 percent
Indiana: 52 percent to 48 percent
New Mexico: 56 percent to 43 percent
Minnesota: 60 percent to 39 percent
Michigan: 60 percent to 39 percent
The states where McCain is leading in exit polls:
Georgia: 51 percent to 47 percent
West Virginia: 45 percent to 55 percent
Bullet1987 (1000+ posts) Tue Nov-04-08 06:31 PM
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2. I remember the Super Tuesday exit polls being dead wrong
But here they GO.......
bullimiami (1000+ posts) Tue Nov-04-08 06:34 PM
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11. they use exit polls everywhere to determine the accuracy of the vote count.
Edited on Tue Nov-04-08 06:36 PM by bullimiami
exit polls give the most reliable data.
its not the exit polls that are wrong, its a sign of crooked election.
i see the huffpost article says 'take it with a grain of salt ... kerry 2004"
kerry was robbed and its pretty pitiful to take the 2004 election results as an example.Hey careful man! There's a beverage here!
11-04-2008, 08:31 PM
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