2004 Presidential Election Exit Poll DataThe key to viewing this information is to compare the accuracy of the exit polls in the states that had paper ballots to the accuracy in the states with electronic voting machines.
First let's take a look at some of the states that used normal paper ballots, that could be verified. As you can see, the exit polls are quite accurate:
Now, let's take a look at some of the states that used the electronic voting machines:
Once you get your eyes back in their sockets, consider this is just the beginning. It is enough to make most people question what happened on November 2nd. But it's not enough to put people in jail. Stay with us for the rest of the story that will do just that.
One question that a lot of people have about the exit polls is, "if they did manipulate the results like that, what happened in Pennsylvania and New Hampshire? Why did they give more votes to Bush but Kerry still won the state?
This is a very good question, and points to one of the key intents of the entire operation. They didn't just want a victory. They wanted a mandate. And a mandate only comes with winning the popular vote. For the last 4 years, they've been reminded that Gore won the popular vote and they've had enough of that. Stealing Ohio and Florida was not enough to take the poplular vote. They had to trim some off of other states, like NH and PA in order to get the popular vote and that's exactly what they did.