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Well, now that I've voted that I had not voted, I suppose I have to go back and revote that I have voted, since as soon as I voted that I had not voted I had actually voted. And I wouldn't have wanted to let my prior non-voting status go unvoted, thereby underrepresenting non-voters in the poll. This would have been almost as inaccurate as having percentages that don't equal 100%. Probably a calculation to compute percentages should start at 100% ( or 1.00 for those of us who prefer to consider perecentages as their actual ratio expressed in decimal form) and then subtract portions for all but the last element, which is automatically assigned the remainder. At least, that'd be my vote if that were the topic of voting.