Users Poll Shows Audience Questions Last Night's Shocking American Idol Outcome

Share Article user poll after airing of last night’s American Idol results shows that 71% have concerns about integrity and accuracy of results and raises the question “Is this the second time American Idol gets the numbers wrong and has to do a re-vote?” in reference to the March 23rd, 2005 American Idol re-vote caused by incorrect telephone numbers., a leading public opinion oriented social networking site, today announced that 71% of people answering the poll “How confident are you in the integrity and accuracy of American Idol results?” poll have concerns regarding the integrity of the results on FOX TV’s hit show American Idol when the results were aired on Wednesday evening.

“Our polling leading up to last night and even after last night clearly shows that Chris was not the audience’s choice to be voted off the show and some users wondered if this could be the second time FOX TV does a re-vote,” said co-creator and chief statistician Price Givens referring to the March 23, 2005 MSNBC story “American Idol Gives Wrong Numbers” ( where MSNBC reported that American Idol viewers were given the wrong telephone numbers and the performances had to be replayed and a new vote taken.

The polling immediately after Tuesday night’s performances showed 52% believed Katherine McPhee would be voted off compared to only 15% who believed it would be Chris Daughtry. Leading up to last night’s results, polls have correctly predicted the outcome of the past three weeks vote-offs.

Visitors to can vote on the May 16th American Idol contestant performance poll “Who will be voted off American Idol next?” starting later today. Furthermore, visitors can also vote on the final winner poll. To see the current predictions or vote at any time please visit .

About, the creation of Helium Web Works co-founders Fred Thiel and Price Givens, takes a different approach to social networking by creating an online community where people of all ages and interests can interact with other like-minded members by simply voting on polls created by members – or creating polls of their own for others to answer. visitors can browse the site and vote on other members’ polls or sign-up for a free account and create their own polls. Members that create their own polls can also easily invite friends, family or even business colleagues and constituents to visit their personal poll page on to vote on polls they create. This feature is used by thousands of individuals, companies and public servants to gauge public opinion on important issues or just for entertainment.

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