Exposing Election Myths: Facts and Graphs
Since 2004, media pundits, misinformationists and naysayers have attempted to debunk the work of analytic researchers which prove systemic election fraud beyond a reasonable doubt. This post exposes and disproves the most common myths.
1 There is no evidence of election fraud.
2 Bush 48% approval does not indicate a stolen election.
3 Pre-election polls did not match the exit polls.
4 The 2004 “Election Model” projection assumptions were wrong.
5 Bush led the pre-election polls.
6 Exit polls are not random samples.
7 “Reluctant Bush Responder” explains exit poll discrepancies.
8 Bush gained votes in Democratic strongholds (Urban Legend).
9 “Swing vs. Red-shift”: No correlation proves no fraud.
10 “False Recall” explains the 2004 Final Exit Poll anomalies.
11 Exit poll discrepancies were unrelated to voting machines.
12 The Final National Exit Poll proves that Bush won.
13 The exit poll timeline indicates that Bush won late voters.
14 Mid-term Generic polls (2006) are not good predictors.
15 Hillary and Obama split the vote in the 2008 primaries.
16 Obama won by 9.5 million votes with a 52.9% vote share.