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Do Polls Report Opinion – Or Shape it?

Do Polls Report Opinion – Or Shape it?

by Phil Erwin  The latest Washington Post/ABC News poll ostensibly “proves” Americans think the meeting between Trump campaign principals and a Russian “agent” was “inappropriate.” Not coincidentally, that same poll reports President Trump’s approval rating has dropped to a record low 36%. But what does such mathematical “disapproval” really tell us? To begin with: The […]

To Poll or Not To Poll

To Poll or Not To Poll

By Phil Erwin Polls. You can’t live with ’em, and the Media can’t bamboozle you without ’em. If you take polls at face value – which is what the Media want – you would think you know everything you need to know about public opinion. But scratch the surface of that face, and you’ll find […]

Trump Surging In National Polls; Clinton Drops Below 270 In CNN’s Electoral Map

Trump Surging In National Polls; Clinton Drops Below 270 In CNN’s Electoral Map

Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton dipped below 270 electoral votes in CNN’s electoral map Friday as Republican nominee Donald Trump makes a late surge for the White House. The most recent national polls have Trump within one or two points of Clinton, and well within the margin of error. Fox News released a poll Friday, with […]

New Poll: Clinton 45%, Trump 44% In Michigan

New Poll: Clinton 45%, Trump 44% In Michigan

Republican nominee Donald Trump is polling just one percentage point behind Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton in Michigan, price according to a new poll obtained exclusively by the Daily Caller News Foundation. The Michigan statewide poll revealed essentially a dead heat in a state that has not voted for a Republican Presidential candidate since 1988. Clinton […]

Does Your One Vote Count?

Does Your One Vote Count?

By Jerry Newcombe, D.Min, 11/2/16 Polls. Shmolls. The only poll that counts in this highly fluid election is your vote. How important is your one vote? If we show up, values voters could make all the difference in this and virtually every election. Certainly, with the make-up of the Electoral College, the votes for those […]

Hillary uses Bill Clinton’s near-dead look to get dead vote

Hillary uses Bill Clinton’s near-dead look to get dead vote

Kommissar Chernobylski The latest Reuters polling of deceased voters in Ohio, Wisconsin, New Hampshire, Florida, and North Carolina show a definite trend favoring Hillary Clinton and Democrat congressional candidates, as the likely dead voters are registering Democrat in massive numbers. Dead Democrats, as well as Republicans who switched parties right after internment, are rising in […]

Trump Continues Climb Against Clinton

Trump Continues Climb Against Clinton

Republican nominee Donald Trump continues his upward climb as Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton falls in a new national poll, published Sunday by private polling firm Morning Consult. Clinton still leads, but by a small three-point margin of 43 to 40 percent. Seventeen percent of voters report they don’t have an opinion. Trump was at 37 […]

Amid Voter ID Battles, Here Are 7 Things the Government Requires IDs For

Amid Voter ID Battles, Here Are 7 Things the Government Requires IDs For

As federal courts wrestle with voter ID laws in several states just months before a national election, tadalafil there is considerably less attention being brought to other constitutional rights that require ID. Proponents of voter ID have argued that retailers require ID to buy liquor, M-rated video games, prescriptions or even nail polish. But these […]

Going to see Donald Trump in SoCal

Going to see Donald Trump in SoCal

By George Miller You probably already saw/heard about the Thursday Donald Trump rally in Costa Mesa on TV. Trump came to town with only a couple of days notice to most of us to do one of his trademark rallies, the likes of which we had never seen before the 2016 campaign. To say there […]

Voting by the Numbers

Voting by the Numbers

By Phil Erwin The latest FOX News national poll is reported to “show a tightening” among the remaining candidates for the GOP Presidential nomination. Well, that much is true.   The largest gap between candidates in this poll is 24 percentage points, where two months ago it was 35. The drop from 9 candidates to 3 […]

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