Anderson Economic Group Work

No evidence of election fraud or tampering in 2016

Shortly after a recount petition was filed that alleged “fraud or mistake” by county and state officials, a group of consultants at Anderson Economic Group began a forensic analysis of the 2016 election results. We used statistical techniques to evaluate county-by-county vote data in Michigan and one other state, for each major party candidate and for both the 2012 and 2016 elections. The purpose of such methods is to detect data anomalies that may indicate fraud or tampering. However, these statistical methods cannot, by themselves, actually prove or disprove fraud.

 

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