Your CNN exit poll numbers in Alabama are wrong.
Ron Wycoff
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Every exit poll has been adjusted after the voting results came in, which means that all of the exit polls you’re seeing on CNN and other websites are not representative of the raw exit polling data, but the actual voting results, making them invalid to your argument. The first exit polls that come out, right after the polls closed — which I linked to before the table — are the only polls that reflect the raw exit polling data, because media organizations haven’t had time to incorporate the voting results; those exit polls are released a minute or so after voting closes. I double-checked those first exit polls with tweets from fivethirtyeight.com and several other websites, and all of them were accurate.

I double and triple-checked the table to make sure it was accurate. Every data point in the table is accurate.

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