I did answer you.
No you didn't but that's fine. Your extended answer is nonsensical. I don't believe there's enough evidence to justify believing in unicorns but I don't say I have "no opinion" on the topic nor is it my job to prove that there's no unicorns (a logical impossibility).
A significant racial bias in the 2008 voting results is a unicorn.
I answered your question. If your answer is "no", then explain why. If your answer is "there isn't enough evidence one way or the other", then there isn't enough evidence. Your answer "why" can't be "there's not enough evidence one way or the other" because that contradicts the yes/no answer. It can't be both.
You say that you don't believe in unicorns, but subconsciously you have reasons on why you don't believe in unicorns. It isn't simply because " there isn't enough evidence one way or the other", that goes against the principle of science. We take what we do know (which is the known) as a basis on the belief on of the existence of something. There might not be any bona-fide evidence one way or the other on global warming, but we are able to examine what we do know to make a logical belief.
People don't believe in life of any form on other planets due to the lack of an atmosphere. Find some water on Mars, now people start to believe that it may be possible to have life on Mars.
There isn't anything to lead anyone to believe that unicorns exist. There are plenty of voters who vote on dumb reasons, people who wanted to see the first black president in office, people who who wanted to be "part of history", etc. to create grounds on the belief of the plausibility of whether or not if there existed enough people who voted for President Obama for those reasons to have had shifted the Democratic primaries from Hilary to Obama.
Your only counter would be that those people don't exist, because if they do exist, how do you know that it wasn't enough, given the closeness of the race? Which brings us back to how it can't be both. Edited, Oct 27th 2012 11:20pm by Almalieque Edited, Oct 27th 2012 11:21pm by Almalieque