Via Kos, Scoop (the Australian site) has posted the raw exit polling data from Mitofsky, the pollster who refused to release the numbers. They were updated around 4 p.m. on Election Day.
Now, I'm no statistician but I looked at a least a dozen reports and they sure look like a Kerry landslide to me. (They're .pdf files - scroll down to the last question, asking for whom they voted.) Not only did people overwhelmingly say they voted for Kerry, the other questions indicated the majority of voters had a deep dissatisfaction with Bush and the way the country is headed.
Yet on Nov. 2, and only after 4 p.m., that suddenly came to a screeching halt (like the Road Runner at the edge of a cliff - meep meep!) and was followed by a rapid and radical turnaround.
No wonder Emperor Caligula thinks he can walk on water.