The Connecticut Primary: Did Clinton really win?

This shows the screen shots of the exit polls before the adjustment to the outcome of the votes. It shows the the actual spread in the flipped votes. I think CT is named in the RICO case. The RICO case is naming 11 states plus California. Guys please post this everywhere you can.

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The Connecticut Primary: Did Clinton really win?

Richard Charnin
June 13, 2016

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Clinton won Connecticut by nearly 18,000 votes (51.8-46.4%).

Are we to believe that CT had just a 1.4% discrepancy as shown in the adjusted CNN exit poll  while its NY neighbor had an 11.8% discrepancy. ?

Assuming this ABC news preliminary exit poll screenshot is legitimate, how does one explain the 21% discrepancy between the poll and the final recorded  vote?

Typically, preliminary exit polls are taken at 4:30pm (approximately ⅔ of the total respondents are polled). In the CT poll, there were 1234 respondents. Assuming 800 respondents in the preliminary poll, it had a  4% margin of error.

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