Tuesday, May 1, 2018

Bolehlanders Should Be Vigilant Their Votes Count

As the heat of the mother of all elections builds up, many Bolehlanders still have no idea of what big data analytics says about GE14.

The old style opinion polls are passe and often unreliable. By the time an opinion poll results are in, they are already out of date.

Big data analytics is the new way to go. Especially when it is kept current of a large sample and includes clever profiling questions.

Here Bolehlanders have Invoke to thank for.

What the Invoke big data analytics tells us is that there is a big chance Bn is history.

If the analytics holds up till polling day on 9th May, Bn will likely be voted out for the first time in 60 donkey years.


If that be the case, will Bn still win?

Many will be inclined to believe that that will happen only if there is big time hanky panky.

The trouble is that Bolehlanders have lost confidence in the nation's public institutions which are supposed to be independent and neutral. And in Bn as a credible choice to continue as the government of the day.

That then behooves voters who want change, to be ever vigilant of any attempts to frustrate their voice and choice.

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