Skip to comments.Why the Polls are Wrong
Posted on 11/05/2012 11:39:15 AM PST by trappedincanuckistan
While every single poll on the planet predicts Democrats will enjoy a turnout advantage of three to eleven points, the latest Rasmussen survey of party affiliation taken throughout October shows that Republicans enjoy a huge 5.8% Party ID advantage going into the 2012 election.
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The anticipation and excitement of knowing we’re going to win grows with every single minute of the day that we get closer to the election!
WE’RE GONNA WIN!!!
MITT ROMNEY/PAUL RYAN 2012!
I’m done paying attention to polls. I’m going to go vote tomorrow, and bring my wife and daughter with me. Then tomorrow night we will watch the only polling numbers that count.
judging by the time this article was written and released it sounds like the Breitbart guys are reading Free Republic.
Getting Out The Vote (GOTV) is all that matters not at this stage.
How To Convince Undecided Voters! Dick Morris
Video: Get Out & Vote: A message from Herman Cain - http://ow.ly/f2rLO
Getting Out The Vote (GOTV) is all that matters at this stage.
(I don’t know where the “not” came from)
We must go and vote as if our lives depend on it.
For all we know, that may be literally true...
After we win this election, its our turn. Payback time. Everyone not with us is against us and they better be ready because we dont forget. The ones who helped us will be rewarded, the ones who opposed us will get what they deserve. There is going to be hell to pay. Congress wont be a problem for us this time. No election to worry about after this is over and we have two judges ready to go. V. Jarrett
Rasmussen shows a GOP +5.8% Party ID advantage, yet only shows Romney up 1 today in their tracking poll. How do you explain that?
It can’t be explained. At least Ras is reasonable. The other polls are laughable.
Turnout may be affected severely by the aftermath of superstorm Sandy in the five boroughs of NYC and parts of North Jersey, RAT strongholds. Romney might even have a shot at winning one or both states!
In 2010 we were DOWN 2.9% in the last preelection poll and won 63 seats in Congress. By the next month we were up 1.3% meaning Rasmussen did not catch the trend until after the election. A 4.2% jump in a month then makes these new numbers very believable.
It could only be explained if Independents were breaking for Obama or a few percent of Republicans are going to vote for Obama. But Independents are breaking for Romney and I would think that an even larger percentage of Democrats will be voting for Romney than vice versa.
Also I have seen that 97% of Republicans are voting for Romney whereas only 93% of Democrats are voting for Obama. (Forget where I saw those numbers.)
Sneaky. Guerrilla tactics. When the revolution comes let me knows where you’re at :)
This will be the excuse used on Wed. to explain why the polls didn't pick up the signs that a landslide was coming
It should be an interesting day watching all of the excuses coming from the pollesters on why they got it so wrong.
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Reality is setting in among the left wing media. They are already preparing the narrative. They know their gambit of using polls to gin up support for Obama has failed!!!!!
Ken Gardner @kesgardner RASMUSSEN: Mitt 49, Obama 48. Mitt leads independents by 9. He's using a D39/R37/I26 sample but hinting that Dem turnout might be lower.
I LITERALLY do not understand people who think they are ‘cute’ by telling a pollster they are voting for Obama when they are not. This inflates Obama’s numbers. Believe it or not, there really are some people who think if their candidate doesn’t have a shot, or feel they are overwhelmed by numbers, they will NOT go out and vote. You could end up discouraging Romney voters. “oh, well, Zero has a 5 point lead, and I’m sure he’ll win this state — it’s raining like hell — no sense in getting pneumonia I guess I’ll just stay home.” Then Obama wins by 1 fricken vote. so frankly, thanks for nothing.