The NY Democratic Primary Quiz

Richard Charnin

April 23, 2016

**There were 1307 NY Exit Poll respondents at 9 pm and 1391 at the final – an increase of just 84 respondents. Adjustments made to force the final 1391 exit poll to match the recorded vote in all exit poll categories are mathematically impossible. Therefore, the recorded vote was also mathematically impossible. The impossible adjustments are irrefutable proof of election fraud.**

Let’s review the adjustments as a quiz.

1. At 9pm, Clinton had a) 51%, b) 52%, c) 53%

2. Clinton won the recorded vote with a) 57.3%, b) 57.7%, c) 57.9%

3. She had 28% of 18-29 year-olds. In the final she had a) 33%, b) 35%, c) 37%

4. She had 45% of males. In the final she had a) 49%, b) 50%, c) 51%

5. She had 71% of blacks. In the final she had a) 74%, b) 75%, c) 76%

6. She had 57% of Democrats. In the final she had a) 60%, b) 61%, c) 62%

7. She had 55% of Urban voters. In the final she had a) 59%, b) 60%, c) 62%

8. At 9pm, Urban voters comprised 55% of the total vote.

At the final, they comprised a) 62%, b) 64%, c) 66%

9. At 9pm, Clinton had 680 (52%) of 1307 respondents. She had 802 (57.9%) at the final (1391), an increase of 122 among the 84 final respondents.

This was a) a polling error, b) of no consequence, c)an absolute indicator of fraud.

10. At 9pm, Sanders had 622 (48%) and 589(42.1%) at the final, a 33 vote decline.

This was a) a polling error, b) of no consequence, c)an absolute indicator of fraud.

11.The probability of the 11.8% exit poll discrepancy from the recorded vote is

a) 1 in 91,000, b) 1 in 94,000, c) 1 in 102,000

12. The probability that Sanders exit poll share would be greater than his recorded share in 21 of 23 primaries is a) 1 in 13,000, b) 1 in 30,000, c) 1 in 40,000

13. In the NY Cumulative Vote Share analysis, Sanders and Clinton were tied after

a) 400,000, b) 500,000, c) 600,000 of 1.79 million total votes

Answers

1b, 2c,3b,4b,5b,6c,7c,8b,9c,10c,11c,12b,13c