History Proves It!! Polls Most Always Are Skewed In Favor Of Liberals!!

@rodney850 (2145)
United States
October 21, 2008 10:00am CST
The following article shows some eye-opening historical stats about polls and the numbers they create. With the slim 2 to 6 point lead (depending on which one you believe) that Obama has now factored with the "Bradley" effect, the landslide that the MSM so blatantly predicts just may end up a photo finish! Check out the article! http://townhall.com/columnists/AnnCoulter/2008/10/15/eighty-four_percent_say_theyd_never_lie_to_a_pollster
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• United States
21 Oct 08
I read this article a couple of days ago. I love the irony of the title. 84% would never lie to a pollster. So that means That 16% say would lie to a pollster, Are they telling the truth or are they lieing? And out of the 84% who say they Would Never lie to a pollster? Are they telling the truth? It just goes to show that polls are no more than a way of influencing they way sheep think. How many people are basing their vote on whoever is the most popular? Then you throw ACORN into the mix. They are padding the system in strategic states. Why would they do this if Mickey Mouse can't vote anyway? Because when pollsters learn that more Dems are registered in these states,then they adjust the amount of Dems they ask for each poll. Which inflates the numbers for the Demsters.
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@rodney850 (2145)
• United States
21 Oct 08
Morethanamolehill, Thanks for the comment. Again, just as I said to Bobmnu, I believe these gerymandering of the polls are a ploy to try to disillusion many conservatives and independants in a way that keeps them from going to the polls on election day. My only hope is that it doesn't work and it only serves to stimulate the conservative and independants to go vote.
• United States
21 Oct 08
Check this out. Even nickelodeon is getting into it They predict Obama 51/49. http://www.nick.com/shows/specials/kpp_07/ But last election they picked Kerry over Bush 57/43. http://www.news24.com/News24/World/US_Elections/0,,2-10-1665_1608442,00.html
• United States
23 Oct 08
Well, the scary thing about the kids vote is that they have been RIGHT the last 4 out of 5 elections. The Kerry vote was the only one that they missed, apparently. They say it "matters" and the kids are usually right because kids between the ages of 2 and 11 developmentally are at a stage where they do and say what their parents do and say. Hmmm... wonder if some older kids voted for Kerry last tim... or Obama this time.
@Destiny007 (5820)
• United States
21 Oct 08
I don't even consider the poll numbers to meaningful in any way other than wishful thinking on the parts of the pollsters. The only one that matters is the one on election day.
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@rodney850 (2145)
• United States
21 Oct 08
Destiny, Thanks for the comment. You are so right! Hopefully election day won't be as short as those in the Obama camp would like to imagine!
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@bobmnu (8160)
• United States
21 Oct 08
part of the problem is what they select for a sample. In one poll they admitted that they took a totally random sample and then added in the percent of blacks in the population. Which gave the Black people polled more voice. Then there are the people who just like to mess with the polls and will give all kinds of different answers.
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@rodney850 (2145)
• United States
21 Oct 08
Bobmnu, Thanks for the comment. I agree. Expert pollsters can just about make a poll say anything they want it to if they set up the demographics right. I consider most pollsters to be right up there with the MSM in their Obama bias and are trying furiously to do everything they can to get him elected. I believe the only weapon they have to do this with is to use their polls to create a sense of defeat in the conservative and independant voters and have a huge amount of them not show up at the polls on Nov. 4th.
@kenzie45230 (3563)
• United States
21 Oct 08
It's sad, but I do believe that many who are vocal - for Obama - will hide themselves away in the polling booths and secretly vote for someone other than Obama...because of race. It isn't right. Everyone should be voting on the issues, and for me, that means I cannot vote for Obama. But it has nothing at all to do with the color of his skin.
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@rodney850 (2145)
• United States
21 Oct 08
Kenzie, Thanks for the comment. What I believe to be an even sadder state of affairs is when voters feel compelled to lie to pollsters to avoid being labeled as racist! I won't vote for Obama and I would tell a pollster that same thing. I know it is not because I am racist and that is all that matters! Obama is wrong on so many counts there is no question about why!
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