Detailed Charts of the Bush / Gore Tracking Polls vs. the Ion Ratio Algorithm
The following charts are to be used in conjunction with our press release 24% of the U.S. Presidential Vote swayed by the Full Moon effect.
Upon reviewing the Gallup tracking polls for the four weeks leading up to the November 7, 2000 Presidential election, 24% of the vote was moved between 12% of the voters depending on the nature of the Ion Ratio. (Note; the polling data has been moved backwards by two days from there release dates as the polls were given two to three days prior to the data release date to the media.)
Figure 1 Below represents the Gallup tracking poll results overlaid on the Ion Ratio Algorithm.
On the highest negative day (Friday October 27) Bush led Gore by 13%, whereas the highest positive day (Monday October 4th,**) Gore led Bush by 11% of the polls. The election took place on a high positive ion ratio day (November 7th was an 8 out of 10, ten being the highest positive day). On Tuesday October 24th, the last 8 out of 10 before the election Gore lead Bush by 1% of the poll. Gore had a slight advantage on these high positive days, whereas Bush had the advantage on all negative days and even slightly positive days.
**On October 5th above, the polling data used three days of polling data, so even though we show the polls on the fifth the data can technically also apply for the fourth which was a high positive day.
In the chart below we only show the tracking polls for Gore. The percentages can be found on the right hand side in Figure 1 above. More voters intended to vote for Gore the higher the positive ions ratio increased. As you can see on Nov.7th we would expect Gore to increase his percentage of the vote, based on the tracking poll data leading up to it, which is precisely what happened.
In the chart below we only show the tracking polls for Bush. The percentages can be found on the right hand side in Figure 1 above. More voters intended to vote for Bush the higher the negative ions ratio increased. As you can see on Nov.7th we would expect Bush to decrease his percentage of the vote, based on the tracking poll data leading up to it, which is precisely what happened.
In the chart below we only show the tracking polls for Bush. However we have flipped his tracking poll line upside down to show the correlation with the Ion Ratio.
In Figure 2 below, the only difference between Figure 1 was to flip the polling data for Bush upside down to display the strong correlation of both the polls for Gore and Bush with the Ion Ratio (SuperForce) Algorithm.
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