Dewey wins?

Was the Indian election results another instance of mis-focused polls?

Everyone who responded to a phone poll said Dewey would win. This conveniently ignored that most people who voted back then didn't have a phone.

With Gandhi winning the Indian election, was this another instance of near-sightedness? Most of the voters didn't have email, so what's the significance of sending out 1.8 million e-mails? Most people don't have phones, most voters didn't share in the "India Shining" future.

The hard part is, people will lie, willingly or unwillingly. Until inside the voting booth.

We see democracy in motion, true democracy where people will go out and vote. The poor use their voice in India, unlike some other countries.

Now it's up to us to figure out if/how this changes things.