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Voter Fraud Provable by Statistical Analysis?

Verantwortlicher Autor: Joachim Scheuermann Washington DC, United States, 13.12.2020, 11:57 Uhr
Presse-Ressort von: Joachim Scheuermann Bericht 5186x gelesen

Washington DC, United States [ENA] During the vote counting process in the 2020 U.S. presidential election, a number of inconsistencies have emerged that make voter fraud by interested parties not unlikely. The most important question that should be answered, not only by the SCOTUS (Supreme Court of the Unites States), is "Can mathematical analysis detect election fraud?" The mathematics as exact science could give answers!

In an article published on November 4, 2013 on the website of the University of Duisburg by A. Goerres, a method is cited that with the help of statistical analysis of election results in individual constituencies or electoral districts a statement can be made about irregularities in the counting of elections. Referred to Quote: "If election results arise "naturally", the frequency of digits in the second place from a large number of electoral districts must follow a certain distribution. This distribution describes Benford's law. "Natural" here means without intervention, such as would result from election fraud or from systematic errors."

Applied to the disputed election results, especially in the important swing states, this means that for a well-founded statement, the results of the respective constituencies in the presidential elections of the past 120 years would have to be statistically analyzed. The 120 years because this corresponds to 30 presidential elections and a statistical analysis is feasible from a number of 30 data points. Of course, this analysis involves a considerable amount of work, since before the age of digitization, the results are only available in analog form through newspaper reports.

Sources used in the mentioned article on the website of University of Duisburg: Breunig, Christian/Goerres, Achim (2011): Searching for Electoral Irregularities in an Established Democracy: Applying Benford’s Law Tests to Bundestag Elections in Unified Germany, Electoral Studies, 30: 534-45. - Malsch, Bodo (2011): Staatsanwaltschaft geht von Wahlfälschung aus, WAZ, 12.04.2013. - Süddeutsche Zeitung, Dachauer Wahlfälscher müssen mehr als 116.000 Euro zahlen, 08.08.2006, online abgefragt 03.07.2009.

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