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10. Number of presidential polls listed on CNN.com: 83
11. Number of presidential polls on CNN.com that show Gov. George W. Bush and Gore in a dead heat: 10
12. Number of employees who work for Voter News Service, a consortium of major television networks and the Associated Press that produces exit polls on Election Day: more than 45,000
13. Number of Web sites that published Voter News Service results in the primaries before polls closed (against VNS policy): 3
14. Number of Web sites expected to publish results on Election Day before polls close: 1
15. Number of times "President Clinton" appears in a search on Gore's Web site: 61
16. Number of times "Hillary Rodham Clinton" appears in a search on Gore's Web site: 56
17. Number of times "President Clinton" appears in a search on Bush's Web site: 250
18. Number of photos of President Clinton on Hillary Rodham Clinton's official New York Senate campaign Web site: 1
19. Number of photos of White House pets on Hillary Rodham Clinton's official New York Senate campaign Web site: 3
20. Number of newspaper endorsements listed on Hillary Rodham Clinton's Web site: 8
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