Electoral Vote Predictor 2004:
||Exit polls at 4 p.m.
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Here are the 4 p.m. exit poll data.
The 4 p.m. exit polls were slightly skewed towards women since women
tend to vote earlier in the day than men. The 4 p.m. polls had 58% women
and 42% men, whereas the actual vote consisted of 52% women and 48% men.
Since women are slightly more Democratic than men (by 7%), the exit poll
at 4 p.m. is biased by a small amount towards Kerry. If 6% of the sample
is made 7% more Republican, Bush gains about 0.4%. The later exit polls
are not as pure a sample because actual tallied results were blended in
as they became available.
New Senate: 44 Democrats, 55 Republicans, 1 independent
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