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Exit Polls Were 'Wrong' Again (Or Were They?)

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Why to Be Suspicious of Every Election - Electronic Voting ...
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Fellow Election Integrity pioneers Brad Friedman and Jonathan Simon discuss how Election 2016, once again, brings us to a familiar place. Once again, we see reported disparities between the exit polls on election day, and the tabulated results. And once again, we accept the flawed and hackable machines, without question. In the name of a "smooth transition." Simon reports on the greater tendencies of discrepancies to occur in swing states, the fact that the result seems to have a "red-shift" tendency, and questions why we choose complacency over questioning. An excellent discussion. Moreover, a reason to ask your state - if it's one of those in question - to "AuditTheVote.

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Amy Fried applies her Ph.D. in Organizational Behavior to writing and activism on church-state separation, feminism, reproductive rights, corruption, media and veganism.

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