Feb. 10, 2016
I created this slide presentation for an interview with Jim Fetzer (on the Real Deal). It includes links to the 1988-2008 State and National Presidential True Vote Model and articles by other mathematicians confirming the Cumulative Vote Share (CVS) analysis.
Prove election fraud and confirm unadjusted exit polls.
True Vote (TVM) – plausible vote shares of estimated returning voter mix.
Cumulative Vote Shares (CVS) – sorted county precinct votes.
Voter Turnout (VTM) – registered voter turnout vs. exit poll Party-ID (forced to match)
In the 2014 Governor elections, the models indicated that the Democrats very likely won the True Vote in at least 6-8 elections officially won by the GOP. The following model turnout assumptions favored the Republicans, therefore the Democrats must have done better than indicated.
TVM: 2012 presidential recorded vote understated Obama’s true vote.
VTM: Registered Republican percentage voter turnout was higher than the Democrat.
Myth of 50/50 electorate
The Democrats would win every national election if votes were accurately counted.
They get an estimated 83% of the minority vote (30% of the electorate).
Therefore they need just 36% of white voters (70% of the electorate) to reach 50%.
1968- 2012: Census indicates 80 million more votes cast than recorded (uncounted).
Pre-election polls are biased due to the Likely Voter Cutoff Model.
The LVCM eliminates newly registered and others (mostly Democratic) deemed unlikely to vote in adjusting the Registered Voter (RV) to Likely Voter (LV) polls.
Unadjusted exit polls are always fixed to match the recorded vote.
Corporate media-funded pollsters always assume ZERO fraud.
Unadjusted exit polls are not for public viewing.
In 2012, just 31 states were exit polled. Why?
2002 – HAVA (Help America Vote Act)
Installed unverifiable touchscreens; central tabulators.
Only a few states have a strong auditing process.