Quick Count is a method for verification of election results by projecting them from a sample of the polling stations. Different from an exit poll, voters are not asked who they voted for, projection of results is based on official results of the polling station. Parallel vote tabulation is similar to quick count, but uses whole data instead of samples.
- The Quick Count and Election Observation, An NDI Guide for Civic Organizations and Political Parties
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