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Once again, questions are raised about exit polling

By Mark Jurkowitz
Globe Staff / November 3, 2004

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With George W. Bush on the verge of being anointed the winner of the battle for the White House by the networks this morning, the exit polls used to make projections of winners in key battleground states appear to have been flawed for the second presidential election in a row. (Full article: 1086 words)

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