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[–] Cannibalguy 6 points -6 points (+0|-6) ago 

Like another user said it's the law of averages / law of large numbers. If it wasn't reliably accurate, we wouldn't have casinos.


[–] ExceptionEncountered 0 points 4 points (+4|-0) ago 

Except for the fact that we're not talking about coin flipping. We're talking about how to live as a decent human beings and choose who governs us... To me the law of averages says there should be enough non-dumbass retards out there to understand what the Democrats have become... But alas, brainwashing works and so does election rigging. I've learned to just be entertained or tune out. I'll still vote, but I'm skeptical they aren't flipped. They need to implement a decentralized blockchain voting system that allows me to privately check on my vote's status and prevent fuckery.


[–] PraxisEffect 0 points 2 points (+2|-0) ago 

Law of large number six has nothing to do with close races, it just means that if you take a sample of a few hundred people your poll will usually be pretty close to the population no matter how’s big it is