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Title   Comprehensive analysis final report: Statistical Pattern Analysis and Hypothesis Testing of the 2005 Parliamentary Election in Zimbabwe
Author Zimbabwe Election Support Network
Edition PDF
Published Harare: ZESN
Year 2005-04-22
Pages 85
Abstract Analysis of voting patterns at polling stations per constituency has been done to show how the people voted in those polling stations where ZESN observers were deployed. ZESN deployed about 6000 accredited observers countrywide. This report does not cover five constituencies. ZESN data used in this report does not include postal votes.
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