"statistic" inseamna ipotetic nu inseamna realitatea
Nu vad de ce s-ar da presa cu capul de pereti ca unii sustinatori ai
lui Kerry bat toba...

Sa fim seriosi, decat evreisme a la Kerry (no offense pentru evrei),
mai bine Bush care macar stii la ce te astepti
De ce nu se zice mai exact, asa cum s-a zis despre Bush, cine este
Kerry si ce invarteli face?:) Eu am multi prieteni in SUA si statistic
toti mi-au zis ca mai bine Bush decat Kerry, deci statistic a iesit
cine trebuie ;)

Cu MJ saracul asta e... Money sucks


Tuesday, February 1, 2005, 12:40:26 AM, you wrote:

c> A aparut in fine si dovada ca escrocul de Bush a furat alegerile din
c> 2004, dupa ce le-a furat si pe cele din 2000.

c> Un grup de experti de prima mana americani au demonstrat in fine
c> statistic cum ca diferenta de 5.5% dintre rezultatele exit poll-urilor
c> si numaratorarea finala nu poate fi explicata decat prin frauda
c> sistematica. Iar dobitocul ala de Kerry a acceptat cacialmaua cu ochii
c> inchisi.... sa-i stea ketchup si botox-ul-n gat!

c> Hai sa vedem acum cat de libera e presa americana: va prelua stirea
c> asta beton si va investiga problema in mod serios, sau se va da la
c> fund ca pana acum si va devia discuta spre toate tampeniile gen
c> procesul lui M Jackson sau alte balarii....

c> http://www.uscountvotes.org/index.php?option=com_c
c> ontent&task=view&id=72&Itemid=41

c> Prominent Statisticians Refute 'Explanation' of 2004 U.S. Exit Poll
c> Discrepancies in New Edison/Mitofsky Report and Urge Investigation of
c> U.S. Presidential Election Results.

c> President Bush won November's election by 2.5% yet exit polls showed
c> Kerry leading by 3%.  Which was correct?

c> "There are statistical indications that a systematic, nationwide shift
c> of 5.5% of the vote may have occurred, and that we'll never get to the
c> bottom of this, unless we gather the data we need for mathematical
c> analysis and open, robust  scientific debate.", says Bruce O'Dell,
c> USCountVotes' Vice President.

c> The study, "Response to Edison/Mitofsky Election System 2004
c> Report",
c> was co-authored by a diverse group of professors and academicians
c> specializing in statistics and mathematics. The USCountVotes team
c> included Josh Mitteldorf, Ph.D., Temple University Statistics
c> Department; Kathy Dopp, M.S. in mathematics, USCountVotes President;
c> Steven F. Freeman, Ph.D., Visiting Scholar & Affiliated Faculty,
c> Center for Organizational Dynamics, University of Pennsylvania; Brian
c> Joiner, Ph.D., Professor of Statistics and Director of Statistical
c> Consulting (ret), University of Wisconsin; Frank Stenger, Ph.D.
c> Professor of Numerical Analysis, School of Computing, University of
c> Utah; Richard G. Sheehan, Ph.D. Professor, Department of Finance,
c> University of Notre Dame, Elizabeth Liddle, M.A. (UK) Ph.D. candidate
c> at the University of Nottingham, Paul F. Velleman, Assoc. Professor,
c> Ph.D., Department of Statistical Sciences, Cornell University;
c> Victoria Lovegren, Ph.D., Lecturer, Department of Mathematics, Case
c> Western Reserve University; Campbell B. Read, Ph.D.  Professor
c> Emeritus, Department of Statistical Science, Southern Methodist
c> University. Their study does not support claims made by Edison Media
c> Research and Mitofsky International that exit poll errors were to
c> blame for the unprecedented 5.5% discrepancy between exit polls and
c> official 2004 election results.

c> According to this analysis by a group of senior statisticians, the new
c> data just released by the exit-pollsters shows that the possibility
c> that the overall vote count was substantially corrupted must be taken
c> seriously. "Now we have statistical evidence that these reports
c> were
c> the tip of a national iceberg.  The hypothesis that the discrepancy
c> between the exit polls and election results is due to errors in the
c> official election tally is a coherent theory that must be
c> explored,"
c> said statistician Josh Mitteldorf.

c> Their paper titled "Response to Edison/Mitofsky Election System 2004
c> Report" notes that the Edison/Mitofsky report offers no evidence to
c> support their conclusion that Kerry voters "participated in the
c> exit
c> polls at a higher rate than Bush voters".  In fact,  the data
c> provided
c> in the Edison/Mitofsky report suggests that the opposite may have been
c> true: Bush strongholds had slightly higher response rates than Kerry
c> strongholds.

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