Election Exit Polls very different from the results

This post was written by marc on November 3, 2004
Posted Under: Politics

Snagged this from Slate

Updated Late Afternoon Numbers
Mucho flattering to Kerry; plus Nader makes an appearance.
By Jack Shafer
Updated Tuesday, Nov. 2, 2004, at 4:28 PM PT

Florida
Kerry 51
Bush 49

Ohio
Kerry 51
Bush 49

Michigan
Kerry 52
Bush 46
Nader 1

Pennsylvania
Kerry 53
Bush 46

Iowa
Kerry 50
Bush 49

Wisconsin
Kerry 51
Bush 48
Nader 1

Minnesota
Kerry 52
Bush 46
Nader 2

New Hampshire
Kerry 54
Bush 44
Nader 1

New Mexico
Kerry 50
Bush 48
Nader 1

Colorado
Kerry 49
Bush 50
Nader 1

Arkansas
Kerry 45
Bush 54
Nader 1

Missouri
Kerry 47
Bush 52

New York
Kerry 62
Bush 36
Nader 2

Nevada
Kerry 49
Bush 48
Nader 1

New Jersey
Kerry 54
Bush 44
Nader 1

West Virginia
Kerry 45
Bush 54
Nader 1

Why is Slate running these numbers? See this morning’s piece. … 4:20 p.m. PT

Late Afternoon Exit Polls: It’s a tight squeeze: In the national exit poll, Kerry leads Bush 51-48. In Wisconsin he’s up by three, and in Ohio and Florida he leads by one.

Reader Comments

Marc,

You might want to take a look at this graph:

http://www.whatreallyhappened.com/IMAGES/exit_poll.gif

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Written By Kashmir6449 on November 6th, 2004 @ 7:19 am

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