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Polls for American election 2008

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New PostCreated: 2008-09-13, 08:38 AM CET  Subject: Polls for American election 2008  print  print thread  recommend Reply with Quotation  

Polls for American election November 4th 2008

How accurate are polls and what are their purposes if their accuracy is slightly better than random?

Seems to me that polls, when calling a tie, are better for democrats "(liberals)" than for republicans "(conservatives)".

Here is an interesting video about election polls, their errors, and how they are conducted.

Below is our U.S. election poll 2008 please vote.


part 1


part 2


part 3



vote here Presidential election 2008


[edited: 2008-10-03, 03:03 AM CET by Admin]

Who will you vote for?

Barrack Obama   
John Mc Cain   

21 votes were casted.

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New PostCreated: 2008-10-10, 04:49 PM CET  Subject: Re: Polls for American election 2008  print  recommend Reply with Quotation  

US election polls 2008
Barrack Obama is far more popular among non US citizens.
If there was a worldwide election for the American presidency, Barrack Obama would beat John McCain with up to 90% of all votes.

Please vote November 4th

Vote for our presidential election poll above
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