2/3 of voters don't notice vote-flipping on DRE machines
What this means is that there were actually many more such instances than all of those
that were reported coast to coast; and those that were reported, with a handful of exceptions,
told of Kerry votes turning into Bush votes.
New Study: Two-Thirds of Voters Fail to Notice Vote-Flipping on Touch-Screen DRE Voting Systems
If Voters Don’t Notice Incorrect Votes on The Review Screen in Front of Their Face, Why Would They Notice it on a So-Called ‘Paper Trail’ Printed Afterward?
Guest Blogged by John Gideon of VotersUnite.org
A new study supports the contentions of Election Integrity advocates who oppose Rush Holt’s election reform bill (HR 811) on the basis that it allows for the use of Direct Recording Electronic (DRE) touch-screen voting systems. In her recently released doctoral thesis, “The Usability of Electronic Voting Machines and How Votes Can Be Changed Without Detection”, Rice University researcher and Doctoral candidate Sarah P. Everett reveals that only 37% of the participants noticed that vote flipping had occurred on their review screens during mock election testing.
And yet Holt supporters think voters will notice such “errors” on a paper trail printed after the review screen?…
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