In a nation of car rental giants, car rental company Carpool Australia is one of the most secretive.
In the lead-up to the 2016 state election, the company released the results of a poll of 2,000 car rental drivers, asking them how they’d vote.
But in a new report, ABC journalist Paul Wills has uncovered some surprising details about how Carpool’s voting system works.
How Carpool votes is secret Carpool has a secret voting system.
Carpool doesn’t want you to know how it works.
The voting system uses a number of algorithms to predict how a voter’s vote will affect the outcome of the election.
What Carpool does is use a system called “the carpool” that uses machine learning to predict the votes of drivers.
In this secret voting model, Carpool is able to predict which drivers are likely to vote for a particular candidate.
The machine learning then creates a spreadsheet containing all of the data it has gathered from the election, and it is able then predict which candidate will win the election on a per-vote basis.
This process is repeated every few days, and in this way, the system is able for the past 10 years to predict what is likely to happen in the general election.
The process is also used by major election campaigns, like the Federal Government, to get people to vote, and to predict a future election.
What this means is that the system can predict the outcomes of a specific election based on a set of assumptions, such as the voting preferences of the electorate.
The secret voting process is similar to what the Federal Election Commission (FEC) uses to make its predictions.
But it is more sophisticated because it uses a model that takes into account demographic factors like gender and age.
The model is then used to predict whether the election will result in the election being won by a particular party or a different party.
“The secret vote is not a model for election outcomes,” the report says.
Instead, it’s an “information source that is used to guide the election-fraud determination process.”
This model uses a different voting model from the one used in the United States, where it uses what’s called a “robust model”.
It uses the same voting model for both federal and state elections.
This model is used in a way that’s similar to the way the US government uses it.
“The Federal Election Board has been using a model developed by the US Department of Commerce, which is the world’s largest polling firm,” the study says.
“Its model is more robust and is used for a range of different purposes, including election administration, campaign finance, public policy and cybersecurity.”
The research found that the model used by the Federal Elections Commission is more accurate than that used by a model used in Australia.
Using the model in Australia is similar, but the modelling process is a bit more complex.
“Using the United Kingdom’s model, for example, the model is developed by a consortium of the polling firm ComRes and the company Cambridge Analytica,” the paper says.
Carrying out its research, the ABC interviewed a range, including the chief election officer of the ABC, the director of research for the Australian Electoral Commission, the head of polling for a polling firm, and a polling analyst at a company that manages the polling data.
The research found there was a clear pattern.
“In general, polling organisations were more confident of predicting a close election result when the polling model was better than the modelling that was used in their states,” the research report says, adding that polling organisations also tend to favour models that are better at predicting the likely outcomes of elections.
It said that the modelling system used by Carpool and the Australian Federal Election Commissioner was a “system that was far better than that employed in Australia”.
ABC reporter Paul Wiles examines the secret voting software used by car rental firm Carpool.
Photo: Supplied Carpool did not respond to ABC requests for comment.
Despite the fact that it uses the model developed in the US, the Australian election is not being held in Australia, and so there is no way for the public to know whether Carpool actually accurately predicted the results.
Why is it secret?
Despite this, the secrecy around the secret vote means that the voting system is extremely hard to crack.
For one, the secret system has to be kept secret, because Carpool would have to make it available to the public in order to know if it was accurate.
It’s also hard to figure out who would be able to access the data.
Another issue is that a secret system that is built on the back of a highly-paid industry is a system that requires an industry of experts, who are not going to be as transparent as Carpool, to work on the secret model.
The researchers also say that the secret ballot system used in Canada, Australia and the United Arab Emirates is far more transparent.
Carpool and its Australian