Unskewed

Thanks to pundit Dick Morris we cannot trust any presidential polls as they are uniformly, intentionally and conspiratorially skewed to show liberal bias and hence that is why Obama shows a lead. To fix the problem, we have to unskew them as they “just don’t look right“. 
I thought that line of reasoning reflected on local issues as well: we too get bombarded with numbers that , upon careful consideration, need to be unskewed as well. I think you will find my unskewed charts and statistics to speak for themselves:
First, the mayoral race. We all know Mayor Thane did not get a majority of the vote. Well, take a look at what the unskewed data looks like if we remove the Thane supporters who skewed the vote to Mayor Thane. Without that skew, Joe Emanuele is really our mayor:


Next, let’s take a look at the unemployment rate in Montgomery. It looks pretty abysmal with its skewed tendency to stay above 10%. Well, that’s only because the unemployment rate includes the lazy and slothful or my preferred term, the parasitic. if we fix the skew, our unemployment rate is almost non-existent.

if you’re statistically minded and curious as to my methodology, I unskewed based upon my own internal polling that shows 90% of the lazy and slothful are indeed lazy and slothful.
And finally, we can take a look at the outcomes of the recent merger vote in Northville and Mayfield. If we unskew the data by taking out the emotional people, the merger overwhelmingly passes with 100% of the vote.


Remember kids, my motto is fair, balanced and unskewed.
 

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  1. Actually, you’re oversampling Northville.
    The Mayfield vote was 529-206. Therefore, the total vote was 735 for, 663 against.
    So … based on the WCSS/Stewart’s mathematics used for determining public support for the pedestrian bridge in Amsterdam, the merger should have passed.

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