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Colorado 2020 Election: Indications of Fraud

27 Oct

Colorado 2020 election: Math Indications of fraud

Richard Charnin Oct. 27, 2021

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The CO Exit Poll was forced to match the recorded vote Biden (55.4-41.9%). How did Biden get 57% of whites in CO if Trump had 58% nationally? For the poll to match the recorded vote, CO Exit Poll vote shares had to be INCREASED for Trump! The sensitivity analysis below shows that Trump would have won CO if he had just 51% of the white vote.

Note that the Census indicates 2,827,000 voted in CO compared to the 3,256,000 reported. Could there have been an estimated 430,000 STUFFED BALLOTS? Where is the CO Forensic audit?

National Exit Poll – adjusted to match the total U.S. reported vote

NEPPctTrumpBidenOther
White67%58%41%1%
Black13%12%87%1%
Hispanic13%32%65%3%
Asian4%34%61%5%
Other3%41%55%4%
Reported100%47.17%51.32%1.51%

CO Exit Poll – adjusted to match the CO reported vote. Biden wins by 440,000 votes

COPctTrumpBidenOther
White79%41%57%2%
Black3%16%80%4%
Hispanic12%49%47%4%
Asian2%53%42%5%
Other4%53%38%9%
Total100%41.9%55.4%2.7%
Reported100%41.9%55.4%2.7%
Votes3,2561,3641,80488

National Exit Poll vote shares and CO Census voting weights. Trump wins by 212,000 votes.

CO CensusCensusNEPNEPNEP
AdjustVotesPctTrumpBidenOther
White 2,31681.6%58%41%1%
Black963.4%12%87%1%
Hispanic31511.1%32%65%3%
Asian501.8%34%61%5%
Other602.1%41%55%4%
Total2,837100.0%53.0%45.5%1.5%
Reported3,256100.0%41.9%55.4%2.7%
Census Votes28371503129144

Sensitivity Analysis – Trump wins by 31,000 with 51% of the white vote

% HispanicCOTrump% White
43%43%45%47%49%51%
% BlackMargin
29%-377-271-164-5848
27%-381-275-169-6244
25%-386-280-173-6740
23%-390-284-178-7135
21%-395-288-182-7631
Trump
29%42.9%44.5%46.1%47.8%49.4%
27%42.8%44.4%46.1%47.7%49.3%
25%42.7%44.4%46.0%47.6%49.3%
23%42.7%44.3%45.9%47.6%49.2%
21%42.6%44.2%45.9%47.5%49.1%
Biden
29%54.4%52.8%51.2%49.5%47.9%
27%54.5%52.9%51.2%49.6%48.0%
25%54.6%52.9%51.3%49.7%48.0%
23%54.6%53.0%51.4%49.7%48.1%
21%54.7%53.1%51.4%49.8%48.2%
Votes Trump
29%1,3961,4491,5021,5561,609
27%1,3941,4471,5001,5531,606
25%1,3921,4451,4981,5511,604
23%1,3891,4431,4961,5491,602
21%1,3871,4401,4941,5471,600
VotesBiden
29%1,7731,7201,6671,6131,560
27%1,7751,7221,6691,6161,563
25%1,7771,7241,6711,6181,565
23%1,7801,7261,6731,6201,567
21%1,7821,7291,6751,6221,569
2020 Census Table 4b. Reported Voting and Registration, by Sex, Race and Hispanic Origin, for States: November 2020

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1yh0YkXBVctdJwt0_XHrpCC6f7K30oEz0Vr13MiU5qT4/edit#gid=1267983589

https://www.cnn.com/election/2020/exit-polls/president/colorado

https://www.cnn.com/election/2020/results/president
https://www.cnn.com/election/2020/exit-polls/president/national-results

 
2 Comments

Posted by on October 27, 2021 in Uncategorized

 

2 responses to “Colorado 2020 Election: Indications of Fraud

  1. bj

    October 30, 2021 at 8:59 am

    Why would the Colorado exit poll be adjusted in this manner? It makes no sense.Why not just change the White vote and leave the others wherever they were? It’s more believable. But I see a couple problems with this analysis. It assumes the NEP percentages are correct. It assumes that White voters in Colorado voted the same as White voters in the NEP. If one applies the latter assumption to ME, MN, NH, VT, with large White populations they would become red states. Applied to AL, LA, MS, with smaller White populations they become blue states. Neither has been the case recently.

     
    • Richard Charnin

      November 6, 2021 at 8:07 am

      Your points are well taken View my latest post in which I use state exit poll race vote shares along with Census race breakdowns for each state. I do not assume the state exit poll percentages are correct. I adjust them in the process of matching to the Cyber Symposium state results. Let ne know what you think.

       

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