Polling Data Behind the Stein/Baraka Campaign Demand for Recounts

Polling data such as these, are the reason why the Jill Stein (Green Party of the USA) campaign decided to press ahead with demanding recount elections in several states, including Wisconsin. Thanks also to Greg Palast for being in communication with Jill about this crucial question.

One could surmise that the reason the Democratic Party and the Clinton Campaign are NOT keen to pursue this is, these data undermine the cheery public confidence in the eternal rightness of the two-party system which Democrats sorely need to maintain.  Lest they endure something like what Senator Sanders was suggesting, a “political revolution.”  Heavens, anything but that!

To see the charts, you need to click the links. They don’t display automatically in a WordPress format like this.

Trump exit poll-vote count discrepancy: “Expected to occur only once in 850 presidential elections.”

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Feingold Wisconsin Vote Share -“This is expected to occur only once in 1800 U.S. Senate races”.

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“Trump Florida Vote Share–This is expected to occur only once in 220 US Presidential  elections”

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Trump North Carolina Vote Share–“This is expected to occur only once in 19000 US Presidential elections.”  Yes, that says, Nineteen Thousand U.S. Presidential Elections.

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Clinton Pennsylvania Vote Share–“This is expected to occur only once every 60 US Presidential elections”


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Kander Missouri Vote Share–“This is expected to occur only once in 11000 US Senate elections.”  Eleventy-thousand, peeps.

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McGinty Pennsylvania Vote Share–“This is expected to occur only once in 66 US Senate  elections”  In the company of these other graphs, this almost seems “wow, totally plausible.”

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