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They aren't accurate. The number of registered voters is considerably higher. Either someone just made those numbers up, or they are using very old data.
@WindAtMyBack The data was from a year or two ago from what I have heard (not that I trust that source either), however all data shows that republican registration was going up while democrat registration was not which also makes all of this highly questionable (along with the fact that republican representatives were not allowed to view the ballots despite democrats agreeing to that (for mail ins, thats what they do for absentee ballots to make sure that they are not fraudulent). So while the data is "old" its not old enough not to be relevant, especially given all of the other issues revolving around all of this.
@hellionthesagereborn If that's real data, I think it's more than a year or two old. Some of the states are not much higher than shown, but Penn is at 9M, Georgia over 7M, etc.What's important is that none of those states listed has a vote total higher than the registered number of voters. Although some have a VERY high voter turnout."republican representatives were not allowed to view the ballots"I think Trump already had a court ruling in his favor in at least one state (Penn?). I only had a brief glance at it, so I might be delusional :)
OK, here are some numbers on voter turnout. I'm tired so math mistakes are possible. I'm going by current counted votes not projected, as of ~4:00am EST. I'm including Libertarian because it's significant, but no other parties. (Libertarian are conservatives who basically gave Biden the win by voting Libertarian.)Nevada 66%Penn 73%Min 90%NC 74%Wis 89%Mich 68%Arizona 71%Georgia 69%National turnout for the last four presidential elections range from 58.6 - 62.2%
@WindAtMyBack Like I said, its about a year or two old supposedly. However again, everything is highly suspect based upon everything else. That said that information was for wisconsin or michigan, I don't know about the rest.
@WindAtMyBack That seems odd to have a 90% turn out for minesota (I'm not surprised it went blue, it always does but that seems kind of bizarre) same with Wisconsin, but the rest I'm not all that surprised by, this was a contentious election so higher then average numbers are not really that surprising. Though I would like to see a break down (not possible probably) of the break down per district. Been more then a few times more votes appeared then voters if you go by that.
@hellionthesagereborn Yea, that 90% raises a flag for me. If you add the expected remaining votes it goes to 94.2%.Including uncounted votes, Wisconsin goes to 89%We knew the turnout would be high. But some of these numbers are pretty extreme.
That's the same source I've used. I also spot checked some of those numbers with the official state numbers. The ones I checked are correct.
@WindAtMyBack Um, Excuse me. What are you talking about? You used the same source for what exactly?
Your link for the number of registered voters.
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