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  • sstail94 sstail94 Dec 5, 2012 3:22 PM Flag

    Re: Re: Obama has bought his votes....Ye

     

    lol - all percentages of votes cast HAVE to equal 100% when added together or you've not accounted correctly. Need some remedial math VT? When I split a whole item into parts, and then express them by percentages the percentage numbers assigned to all the parts must add to 100%.

    I can't make it any easier on you Vt - have fun now.........

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    • sst,

      Since you are incapable to look up 2012 election results in yahoo or google. Here are the data from wiki and a few examples on why BO + MR equals not 100%:

      Candidate Barry Mitt
      Popular vote 65,387,995 60,724,672
      Percentage 50.9% 47.3%

      and by States from A to W:

      Alaska
      100% Reporting
      Polls Close: (Nov. 6) 11 PM ET; (Nov. 7) 12 & 1 AM ET
      State Results »
      R Winner M. Romney 55.3% 136,848
      D B. Obama (i) 41.3% 102,138
      L G. Johnson 2.5% 6,131
      G J. Stein 1.0% 2,366

      Wyoming
      100% Reporting
      Polls Close: 9 PM ET
      State Results »
      R Winner M. Romney 69.3% 170,265
      D B. Obama (i) 28.0% 68,780
      L G. Johnson 2.2% 5,302
      O V. Goode 0.6% 1,438

    • New Mexico is the only State with over 3%, 3.9%, going to others:

      New Mexico

      100% Reporting
      State Results »
      D Winner B. Obama (i) 52.9% 408,312
      R M. Romney 43.0% 331,915
      L G. Johnson 3.5% 27,337
      G J. Stein 0.3% 2,641
      O R. Anderson 0.1% 1,151

 
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