Wednesday, November 09, 2005

California: the Arnold referendum

Q: "Do you like me?"

A: "No." (73)

A: "No." (74)

A: "No." (75)

A: "No." (76)

A: "No." (77)

A: "No." (78)

A: "No." (79)

A: "No." (80)

I actually voted yea on 79, but this run-the-table rejection is even better, I think.

Making lousy movies and groping extras with impunity must be looking pretty good about now.


Blogger <-<--esoder<---<----<----- said...

Can someone explain this for me? The "lefty" and "progressive" voter guides said no on everything except for yes on 79 and 80. Those two failed with the highest margins. I would have thought they would have won or passed with narrow margins similar to the margins 73 lost with. Also, how do you account for the folks who said "no on everything"? Should we be subtracting some percentage of no votes? Please somebody with some statistics skills and election experience clear this one up for me.

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