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Publicly Available Russian Election Results Hint At Fraud 304

Posted by timothy
from the or-could-just-be-a-coincidence dept.
gotfork writes "As some Russians protest the results of the recent election, several commentators (Russian), have started looking at the results which are posted to the election commission web site and there's very strong evidence of fraud. Voter turnout correlates strongly with percent voting for the ruling party, United Russia, and there are a lot of polling stations with nearly 100% turnout and 100% voting for United Russia in some unusual places. The raw data is posted so you can do your own analysis."
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Publicly Available Russian Election Results Hint At Fraud

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