It should be. I loaded all replies of the original Facebook post, marked everything (except for posts made after the deadline) and carefully copy-pasted it into a text document so I could safely Ctrl-F the hashtags. I didn't account for replies to other comments or people trying to get multiple votes in, but other than that, it should be accurate. I think someone mentioned that there might have been votes on Weibo as well, which I didn't know about. So maybe that's why my result didn't line up with Hasbros. Either that or I just screwed up somewhere. But whatever the reason might be, I still don't think Hasbro cheated, because I can't think of a reason why they would create a fake fan-vote just to do whatever they want anyways. Or why they wouldn't use a system with hidden votes to hide what they did. No, I didn't. Maybe that has something to do with why my result doesn't match Hasbro's, but that would mean that of the 3000 votes, at least 200 were from people trying to cheat, and that's just if every cheater agreed to vote for Runamuck. Still, it's quite disappointing that they apparently just gave up on Needlenose now.