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Year 2000 Presidential Election Survey

Take the year 2000 presidential election survey!

With the election ended, the 2000 Presidential Survey is closed. We wish to thank the over THIRTY-SEVEN-THOUSAND people who completed the survey - it was an ENORMOUS SUCCESS!

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Due to the overwhemling traffic we received, the user comments file was constantly getting "grunged" so only a sampling of the enormous torrent of comments was saved. Here are two of the archived files for your enjoyment: Part 1, Part 2.

Suffice to say, I received an overwhelming amount of e-mail from virtually every point of view claiming the survey was biased - since the conservatives thought I was being liberal and the liberals thought I was being conservative, I'll consider the survey to have been relatively neutral - that doesn't mean that there was a 100% accurate sampling of respondents, but, in its history, has ALWAYS correctly predicted the presidential election. There were periods when liberal sources promoted the site and we received a lot of traffic, and times when other factions had more activity. In the near future, I'm going to put up a fully-automated messageboard to further encourage discussion in the public sector on these and many other issues - stay tuned!

NOTE: We will now be putting up an after-election survey where we ask you your opinion on the election, how the candidates presented themselves, and what issues you think are important in the coming period. If you'd like to be notified when this survey is posted, fill out the form below:

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