Sunday, February 06, 2005

The coup-coup clock tolls for Mitofsky/Edison

No big surprises here. The analysis of exit polling from last November's election consistently shows that it was right on in precincts with paper ballots and off by a wide margin in precincts with electronic voting; that any disparity in voter types responding to the exit pollsters would have favored Bush, not Kerry; and that statistical error is so unlikely to account for the results as to be completely unbelievable.

Nonetheless, the pollsters continue to try and figure out how they were wrong rather than how the election was stolen. Here's USCountVotes.Org's take on the Mitofsky/Edison Report, in PDF format.

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