The media blew off differences between exit polls and election results in the US in 2000, 2004, and now 2016. In other countries, Western nations see discrepancies between exit polls and election results as red flags for rigged elections.
Why does this discrepancy not raise red flags here, in the United States? – Mike
Guest: Election integrity expert and exit poll analyst Jonathon Simon | Also: Fake news from both fake AND real news outlets continues to undermine democracy…
What would Donald Trump do if the Exit Polls showed him winning key states before Election Results announced that he had actually lost them instead? It’s an excellent question (that virtually answers itself), raised by my guest on today’s BradCast. [Audio link to show is posted below.]
Yes, once again, according to several analyses, the disparities between Exit Polling and Election Results, as reported by unverified computer tabulators, suggest that one or the other of those two sets of data may be wrong. The first Exit Polls released by the media consortium on Election Night suggested that Hillary Clinton won in key battleground states, such as Wisconsin, Pennsylvania, Florida, Michigan and North Carolina, that she ended up reportedly losing.
Figuring out what did or didn’t happen, of course, remains very important…
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