[E-voting] ogra FF poll

Stuart McBride evoting at stusoft.org
Thu Mar 11 12:31:37 GMT 2004


When it passed 700 it was at 8% yes, 92% no, so another 34 votes
couldn't possibly have made it 17% yes... wonder where they get
these figures from?

Stuart

Quoting Michael McMahon <michaelmcmahon at vodafone.ie>:

> Whoa! (12:10 pm) Its back up to 734 again (furious sounds of extracted
> ballots
> being stuffed back in again) :)
> 
> Now the score is 82% no , 17% yes, 1% dont know.
> 
> - Michael.
> 
> Joe Sloan wrote:
> > Huh?, I just looked at the site and saw the following result: 
> > 
> > Yes 64%     No 32%     Don`t Know 4%  
> > 
> > (They've probably never had as many hits!).
> > 
> > 
> >>-----Original Message-----
> >>From: e-voting-bounces at lists.stdlib.net
> >>[mailto:e-voting-bounces at lists.stdlib.net]On Behalf Of Paul Gargan
> >>Sent: Thursday, March 11, 2004 9:50 AM
> >>To: e-voting at lists.stdlib.net
> >>Subject: Re: [E-voting] ogra FF poll
> >>
> >>
> >>Shane Hogan wrote:
> >>
> >>>Looks like the tide has turned!
> >>>
> >>>Yes 7%     
> >>>No 92%     
> >>>Don`t Know 1%     
> >>
> >>Or rather, the ballot box has been stuffed.
> >>
> >>Knowing FF, they'll probably claim ICTE list subscribers have impeded 
> >>democracy :)
> >>
> >>Paul.
> >>
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