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Posted on 09/25/2012 7:38:25 AM PDT by Red Badger
Here's the place you can go to get the real polling numbers the MSM won't allow...........
I’ve talked with two past Obama voters and both have changed their mind. Still, looking at the MSM BS with respect to polls, even with their bias, it’s hard to explain away the difference. Then it hit me: People are afraid to admit they are going to vote against Obozo this time. Admitting that is the same as admitting they screwed up last time. My best guess: Obozo will go down in flames worse that Cart did in 1980. In fact, it could be as bad as the McGovern rout. While the MSM is doing everything they can to prop up this unqualified, in-over-his-head, lead-the-US-economy-over-a-cliff idiot, I think there are too many people with at least one neuron firing to accept more of his crap. I sure hope so...for the sake of the Republic.
Reweighting polls with skewed samples (that provide enough internals to allow this) can lead to a more accurate result. However, I’m not certain that unskewedpolls.com’s use of Rasmussen’s August 2012 party affiliation data as weights isn’t too extreme a correction, leading to too rosy a picture of GOP prospects this fall.
Hey guys, the link is not working. Just wanted to let you know since it is important that as many people as possible become aware of this site. Thanks
Totally agree with you. I have a neighbor who gave his opinion of the election. He said that he did not trust either one. One was a socialist and the other was slippery. What he was doing was giving a politically correct answer showing people that he was not taking sides. In other words, I know him pretty well, it is obvious he will vote for Romney but he wants to make everyone think he is neutral. People are scared to say publicly they won’t vote for Obama.
Incidentally, whereas there were Obama signs everywhere here in Phoenix, I have yet to find a single one this time around.
Very interesting and heartening, but do these polls take into account voters who:
1) Are not citizens of the US
2) Are legal immigrants, but cannot read or speak English, and who vote as instructed by ghetto organizers
3) Are recent immigrants who have no idea what democracy is and vote for free food and shelter
4) Are high school and college students firmly under the influence of left-leaning or idealistic teachers
5) Are young people who have never served in the armed forces or held a permanent job
Much of the US populace is not stupid, but so ignorant that they are not qualified to vote.
I just tried it. It worked for me. Are you logged in?..............
Please please please someone put me on TV and ask me who I’m voting for. I would be proud to say “Not Obama!”
You know, I had been looking at this subject from the "I can't admit I'm not voting for Obama for fear of being called racist" standpoint. But I think you've hit on the real reason. Folks don't want to admit they were wrong, completely hoodwinked by Obama and his hopey-changey talk. That's tantamount to saying, "I'm an idiot".
My FRiend, you are a genius.
I did a scientific poll. My sample was 3 people. Based on this I predict the vote on Election day will be 49%/51% with a 5% margin of error.
You can book mark this and marvel at my polling acumen on November 7th.
Link doesn’t work with iPad
Then it’s the iPad that’s not working..........
Tell them this: If you voted for Obama to prove that you are not a racist, vote him out this time to prove that you are not a fool.
Wouldn’t that be the latest and best data?
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We may have overloaded their 56k modem..........
Obama is a slippery Socialist!
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The above should read:
“gives Romney a significantly larger advantage than Rasmussen’s own poll, “
The problem is party ID doesn’t translate directly into turn-out. O will still get a boost from black racism turning more D’s out to vote for him and the purist faction of the conservative movement may sit on their hands depressing the GOP vote. I’m inclined to expect something like the average of the 2008 and 2010 turnout figures, rather than the August party ID figures.