Reader David has a good point:
The math is simple for figuring out your online voting dilemma.
A = Number of total votes on site
B = Number of conference attendees
C = Number of conference attendees who voted online
B – A = C
I can’t find the total number of attendees, but the other stat (A) is easy to find. And FRC Action conference people may be able to tell you how many conference attendees voted (including those who voted online). Find the stats, do the math and you can see how many of the people who were with you this weekend actually voted for Mitt (some on line, some standing In the line).
Well, (B) is about 2500 and (A) is about 1000. That leaves 1500 folks–60 percent of the attendees–who either didn’t bother to vote or did so online.