Yep - don't work - the numbers for other candidates besides Romney and Obama when added to your numbers don't equal 100% - and they should all add up nice and tidy to 100% - nice try - care to play again?
Are you really saying that in my Congressional district there should be exactly the same number of votes for president, as there were for govenor? And that's in spite of the fact that I know of at least 2 people who went into the voting booth to vote for Romney, and who cast no vote for governor because they didn't like the candidates.
It's absolutely crazy to think that the top two presidential candidates should get the same number of votes as the R and D candidates in another race. There are far too many people who don't vote for anyone, or who vote for Micky Mouse, their mother in law, or Dr. Seuss. Go to your polling place and offer to help count the votes sometime!!
In my district alone there were 7508 votes for the 4 presidential candidates named on the ballot. There were 7328 votes total for the 3 candidates for governor. There were a total of 7538 voters here, so 30 people didn't vote for president, or wrote in someone else. More than 200 people just didn't for for governor, or voted for a write-in. That happens everywhere. Go help count the votes, sometime so you can see what some people actually but on their ballots!
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.........
I gave you audited data and you rely on your own limited thought. There were many who voted for anyone else other than the two party nominees. I did. You should also vote out all insiders in the next election.