Gore won by 6 MILLION votes—a “mini-landslide”—in 2000

Unadjusted State Exit Polls and the True Vote Model tell us that Al Gore won a mini-landslide in 2000
by Richard Charnin
Nov. 21, 2011

First there was the 2000 Judicial Coup, and then the

long-running media con that Bush really did win.

Let’s take another look.

Al Gore won the unadjusted state exit polls (58,000 respondents) by 50.8-44.4%—a marging of 6 MILLION

VOTES, compared to the 540,000 recorded. There were nearly 6 MILLION UNCOUNTED votes. The great majority were Gore votes.


The True Vote Model confirms the Gore landslide. Based

on 1996 and 2000 votes cast with 75% of Uncounted Votes allocated to Gore, he has a 50.0% vote share. This is a virtual match to his unadjusted state exit poll aggregate 50.8% share.


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