27
Feb
08

CNN makes false conclusions

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Here’s an excerpt from “Clinton at risk of losing latino vote” by Ruben Navarette at CNN: “A recent Gallup survey found Obama in a slight, but not statistically significant, lead over Clinton among Latinos. Obama-mania has gone multicultural. And it’s about time.”
The scientific fallacy behind this statement is so blatantly obvious to us here at Right Wing Crazies. You CANNOT draw conclusions from statistically insignificant findings. It’s rule numero uno for any scientist. Why is CNN exhibiting bias? Are you surprised? We think Ruben is a closet Obama “fan” and he should leave the factual reporting to those most qualified. Shame on you CNN!
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