About the analysis in the below link.

What I want to know is: 1.) Why are decimals being used in all the vote totals? (Not shown in your pic above but the link below has it.)

2.) On that page is a spreadsheet, in the far right columns Q and T, why is it in nearly every state that after awhile the vote percentage for almost every update are fixed at a certain % for each candidate?

3.) How is it possible for a candidate to get more than 100% of the total votes in an update or both candidates to combine for more than 100% of the update total? It isn’t. There are several updates where Biden gets more than 100% of the vote update. Always Biden.

I believe these to be stolen votes from President Trump and also votes stolen from Jorgensen. Votes were taken from one candidate then “laundered” through the other candidate then given to Biden. In every instance he benefited. Although Jorgensen’s totals aren’t in the data I have seen solid proof of this occurring elsewhere.

Lastly, some have said that the NYT/Edison data isn’t the real tally. It’s just an approximation of vote totals (Not buying that) and those drops are just “corrections”. The latter part is true in some cases. But again why decimals at all?

The NYT says their data only uses integers (should be ‘whole numbers’ since integers include negative numbers) and don’t know where the decimals came from.

https://sites.google.com/view/2020prezelectionvotecounts/home?authuser=0

]]>You are assuming that there were 63 million Trump 2016 voters and that there was no fraud. But Trump had more than 63 million recorded votes. I estimate that he had 70 million true votes.

]]>Assumption (i) ‘So let’s assume that 4.3% would have gone to Trump and 1.6% to Clinton.’

(ii) ‘He obviously did much better than that against Biden.’

(iii) ‘Pre-election and exit polls were all rigged for the Dems.’

Thanks for answering, anyway. I am beginning to see how you reached the conclusion that every Presidential Election from 1968 to 2020 was rigged.

In 2016, third party recorded votes included 3.29% to Johnson, 0.52% McMullen, 1.07% Stein and 0.98% to Others. So let’s assume that 4.3% would have gone to Trump and 1.6% to Clinton. Based on allocation of third party (independent) voters to Trump and Clinton, Trump wins Independents by 50.3-43.6%. He obviously did much better than that against Biden.

According to the 2016 NEP, Trump won Independents by 46-42% over Clinton (he very likely did better than that.). Other Independent voters comprised 12%. Allocating the 12%, based on adjustments to the NEP, Trump would win 55%=46+9%, Clinton 45%= 42+3%.

I utilized 2016 and 2020 NEP data forced to match the recorded vote. I make reasonable assumptions to provide an estimate of the true vote based on a sensitivity analysis of alternative vote shares. Pre-election and exit polls were all rigged for the Dems. That is the only logical conclusion one can make, based on analysis and common sense.

This is my final response to your comments. You asked legitimate questions and I answered them. There is nothing more to say.

]]>One more thing, the adjusted Edison Research Exit Poll implies that there were 68 million returning Trump voters in 2020. That would be several million more than live Trump 2016 voters.

]]>‘Yes, Trump’s share of independents grew in 2020.’ How do you know?

]]>Is this the correct unadjusted exit poll from 2016?

https://tdmsresearch.com/2016/11/10/2016-presidential-election-table/