Ok, can someone educate me on this?

What does the IRS consider a "successful" audit?  Where they find that the person was totally in compliance, where they find that the person was obviously totally not in compliance and they got good money out of it, or some other criterion?

Given this criterion, what were the IRS's "success" rates on their audits of Teabagger and other conservative organizations compared to the general public?  Is there a place I can find this information?  Has this been covered in another diary, so I can go over there to understand it?

Thanks to the DKos community in advance for advice and links.  I'm in a place where I don't know the right vocabulary to ask the questions I want to ask.

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