Published January 2005
by Polidata .
Written in English
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Election book. Read 4 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. A full year before the presidential election, four Newsweek reporters /5. "Was the Presidential Election Stolen?" by Steven F Freeman & Joel Bleufuss. If you are looking for a book that gives an honest straight forward account of the election, minus all the excuses,dismissal of cold hard facts and main stream media constantly giving George W Bush a free pass never questioning anything he does this is the book for by: The result is a book, and the election edition is published for general audiences as well as college classrooms and campaign and media professionals." Robert E. Denton, Jr., ed. Aug THE PRESIDENTIAL CAMPAIGN: A Communication Perspective. Lanham, MD: Rowman & . "Was the Presidential Election Stolen?" by Steven F Freeman & Joel Bleufuss. If you are looking for a book that gives an honest straight forward account of the election, minus all the excuses,dismissal of cold hard facts and main stream media constantly giving George W Bush a free pass never questioning anything he does this is the book for you/5(16).
While the fiasco of the presidential election is widely known (see, for example, Jeffrey Toobin's "Too Close to Call"), much less is known about the presidential election. This report gives the facts that lead us also to question the outcome of the election.4/4(21). In his forthcoming book, Was the Presidential Election Stolen? Exit Polls, Election Fraud, and the Official Count, Freeman lays out a statistical analysis of the polls that is deeply troubling. In its official postmortem report issued two months after the election, Edison/Mitofsky was unable to identify any flaw in its methodology -- so. United States presidential election of , American presidential election held on Nov. 2, , in which Republican George W. Bush was elected to a second term, defeating Democrat John Kerry, a U.S senator from Massachusetts. In the primary campaign, Bush faced little . In my book, Tainted by Suspicion: The Secret Deals and Electoral Chaos of Disputed Presidential Elections, I write about some of the most controversial presidential elections that left large.
One paper (and a follow-up book) concluded that discrepancies in the exit polls were evidence that the election results were off, though others alleged this paper was unscientific.   Following the election, researchers looked at ways in which polling methodologies might be flawed  and explored ways to improve polling in the future. Book by Anita Miller (Editor) with introduction by Gore Vidal. Review by Thom Hartmann, originally published at on June 2, Two weeks before the presidential election of , The Washington Post ran an article titled "Some Fear Ohio Will Be Florida.". Book Description. Set against the backdrop of the war in Iraq, drastically altered relations with traditional U.S. allies, intense partisanship, and a national debate over moral values, the presidential campaign presented voters with a . Steve Freeman and Joel Bleifuss talked about their book, Was the Presidential Election Stolen?: Exit Polls, Election Fraud, and the Official Count, published by Seven Stories