The Connecticut Primary: Did Clinton really win?
June 13, 2016
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Clinton won Connecticut by nearly 18,000 votes (51.8-46.4%).
Are we to believe that CT had just a 1.4% discrepancy as shown in the adjusted CNN exit poll while its NY neighbor had an 11.8% discrepancy ?
Assuming this ABC news preliminary exit poll screenshot is legitimate, how does one explain the 21% discrepancy between the poll and the final recorded vote?
The preliminary exit poll is usually released around 4:30 pm and is based on approximately two-thirds of total respondents. In the CT poll, there were 1234 respondents. Assuming 800 respondents, the preliminary exit poll had a 4.5% margin of error. For Clinton’s share to increase by 12% (nearly triple the MoE) for just 434 additional respondents is virtually mathematically impossible.
Vote shares adjusted to match the final CNN exit poll
|CNN Final Exit Poll||1234 Respondents… 3.63% MoE|
Vote shares adjusted to match the preliminary ABC exit poll
|Preliminary Exit Poll||Clinton||Sanders||Other|