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Imagine the polls say that Mr Karzai in Afghanistan is going to get 51% of the vote.

And then he is declared to have got 51% of the vote.

So, you can believe the results of polls and elections?

In 1992, President Suharto's Golkar party in Indonesia predicted they would get around 68% of the vote in the general election. They got 68% of the vote.

It is believed that the vote was totally rigged.

The polling organisation YouGov tells us that the Scottish National Party have taken a poll hit after the release of Megrahi.

(42% said the release was correct and 51% said the release was wrong.)

Comments on radio phone-in programs and letters to certain newspapers might suggest that YouGov has got it wrong?

On 23 November 2006, a YouGov poll in The Telegraph gave the Scottish National Party only 32% of the vote.

On the very same day, 23 November 2006, a YouGov poll in The Herald gave the Scottish National Party 36% of the vote.

(Scotland: Strange YouGov poll results)

Did the Telegraph want the Scottish National Party to look bad?

Did The Herald insist on great accuracy in the questioning of the public?

Allegedly, a polling organisation can get the result its masters want simply by:

1. phrasing its questions in a particular way

2. mainly asking the sort of people who will give the required answers.

For example, a poll might ask:

In view of the Scottish National Party's sympathy for terrorists, and in view of the fact that Scotland's oil has almost run out, do you expect the Scottish Nationalists to win in the Glenrothes election?

The pollsters might then question 400 people living in Scotland who have English sounding names and who have incomes over £50,000 a year.

The pollsters then announce that the SNP can be expected to lose the Glenrothes election.

And the election can then be rigged? Looks like GLENROTHES election WAS RIGGED.

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Stephan Kukowski (also known as Stephan Shakespeare) is the founder, Chief Innovations Officer and a major shareholder of YouGov.

Does he sound like the sort of person who might have connections to the security services?

Stephan Kukowski is on the board of Conservative Friends of Israel

Stephan's father was German Press Liaison Officer at the British Army of the Rhine HQ.

In the UK, Stephan joined (or infiltrated?) the Socialist Workers Student Society.

He became a headmaster in Los Angeles, California in the 1980s.

Back in the UK, he became Jeffrey Archer’s spokesman during and after his failed London mayoral campaign.

He became a Conservative Party pollster and then the Conservative candidate for Colchester.


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