[Paleopsych] Where are the Iraq exit polls?

Nicholas Bannan n.j.c.bannan at reading.ac.uk
Wed Feb 2 15:10:08 UTC 2005

Exit poll operative at the Iraqi elections sounds to me like one of those
jokes we used to coin as children in the category Most Dangerous Job In The
World.  I think the guys could be forgiven for not buying into this aspect
of journalism-led Western practice.  Is there any evidence that exit polls
ever validate the due process?  I would estimate that they are as likely to
distort it.


----- Original Message -----
From: "Steve Hovland" <shovland at mindspring.com>
To: "paleopsych at paleopsych. org (E-mail)" <paleopsych at paleopsych.org>
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Subject: [Paleopsych] Where are the Iraq exit polls?

> Isn't it suspicious that no one was asked on the way out?
> What if the exit polls said one thing and the vote count
> said another?  Very embarrassing...
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