Discovery of Arizona Data Error Suddenly Throws Early Calls for Biden Into Question

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By Conservative Fighters

A discrepancy discovered in polling data reported Wednesday morning may have just invalidated early attempts to call the state of Arizona for 2020 presidential nominee Joe Biden.

According to New York Times breaking news editor Patrick LaForge, the exit polling firm Edison Media Research Inc. mistakenly overestimated the number of precincts reporting from the state Wednesday, leading numerous prominent establishment media outlets to publish election maps with exaggerated confidence in the Biden lead.

“An error was found in the data feed from Edison Research (used by @nytimes and other news organizations) for Arizona results — 86 percent of ballots have been counted, not 98 percent,” LaForge announced on Twitter.

“NYT has not called the state for Biden, though he still leads.”

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