Skip to comments.How Mitt Romney is actually defeating Barack Obama in the presidential race
Posted on 09/24/2012 6:57:21 PM PDT by Ron C.
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It's just awful that NO ONE in the 'lamestream' dares tell it like it really is!!
LOL - you've got that QUITE right!
Well Hetty, it’s SSOP for Dims to LIE about their candidates, to make them look more popular than they are. They’ve always been liars, and they still are. But, this is the first time that the depth and breadth of their lying is being exposed on a near daily basis. Trouble is, Dim-crat voters eat their lies up, and believe every skewed poll as Gospel!
You mean all over for Romney or Obama?
“These guys are desperate.”
I got that impression from Michelle throwing the Underground Railroad in there; blacks have sunk further into dependency in the past four years, and Romney is going to put them “back in chains”?
Try telling that to the winos that get a pack of cigs and a bottle of ripple for every time they vote, though. If it’s close anywhere, look for a repeat of FL 2000.
Just like the main-stream media, pollsters are not concerned with credibility so much as they're concerned with RELEVANCE.
They are being paid to push the preferred narrative. 'Gives them power.
>> The drumbeat of Big Media
It’s really the Leftwing Media.
“We need more knowledge of what difference the shift to cell phones has made in electoral polling data.”
HUGE. For this reason polling will never be what it once was, and the pollsters know it. Ergo, manufacture a false narrative.
You know Obama is shaking in his boots when he runs election ads in New York State! Anyone else notice the plethora of Obama political ads? NY is supposedly a Blue State ... and in his column. Why advertise?
Campaigning for Mr. Peanut? Whaaaat? By God man, WHY? Where the gas lines not long enough? Did Iran keep the hostages not long enough? Was inflation not insane enough? LOL
I'm picking a nit, but ending them would be more conservative. Neither are constitutional, and forced participation in a government program isn't conservative. But, your overall point is well made.
Don’t get overconfident. It ain’t over ‘til it’s over.
Brit also in 2010 up till the last week beofre the midterms was handwringing about the Pubbies chance in retaking the house. He's a pasty white beltway toad like the rest of them. What are his bona fides, being to the right of Juan Williams....I remember him fellating the memory of Peter Jennings when he died..lost all my respect then. Another one like Krauthammer, I ignore, they say one smart thing and then 10 ignorant.
That NASCAR poll was amusing.
Romney is winning. Obama going to places like Oregon shows he’s in trouble.
Remember the 2010 elections?.
The primary objective of these incessant, early skewed polls is to cripple Romney with early voting in key states (starts next week in Ohio), to demoralize conservatives, and hurt GOP fundraising across the ballot, from top to bottom.
Today I am very depressed.
The problem is unskewed polls.com is slightly optimistic in over-relying on GOP.
That said, it is definitely true that the polls are out to lunch. I believe RR has a slight lead or at worst a 2-point deficit (the least likely outcome right now actually....if I were to bet would place them exactly even). The debates and final swing in states will be critical.
While I believe Romney is ahead and will likely stay ahead, we need to be careful with unskewedpolls because their polls are just skewed in a different way. Maybe a way closer to reality, but they’re taking data removed from the raw data and putting it through another calculation.
Newsmax now says Obama is leading in NC and MT, and Romney is slowly falling behind. Romney is running a McPain-style campaign, but uninformed Republican primary voters were self-deceived.
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