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  • Pollster John Zogby sees shades of 2012 race — in reverse; trend could be bad sign for Clinton

    11/06/2016 1:58:30 AM PST · by 11th_VA · 34 replies
    Washington Times ^ | 6 Nov 2016 | Ralph Z Hallow
    Veteran pollster John Zogby sent out an “Uh-oh” alert Saturday night noting that heading into Sunday, two key voting groups that had shifted toward Barack Obama by the Saturday before the 2012 election — and that gave him his landslide victory — were not moving Democrat Hillary Clinton’s way four days before Tuesday’s election. “The two groups were 18-29 year olds and self-identified members of the ‘Creative Class’ were clearly moving in the president’s direction both nationwide and in the battleground states,” he said. But here’s what Mr. Zogby sees as of Saturday night: “After serious doubts expressed among mainstream...
  • YOUGOV POLL: UNDECIDED AND THIRD-PARTY VOTERS LIKED TRUMP IN THIRD DEBATE

    10/23/2016 6:05:13 PM PDT · by 2ndDivisionVet · 9 replies
    Breitbart ^ | October 20, 2016 | John Hayward
    YouGov’s post-debate poll finds Hillary Clinton winning the third presidential debate by a 10-point margin over Donald Trump, 49 percent to 39 percent. However, undecided and third-party voters gave Trump a 22-point lead. (VIDEO-AT-LINK) When asked to chose only between Clinton and Trump in the 2016 election, 61 percent of undecided and third-party candidates picked Trump after the third debate, versus 39 percent for Clinton. This could be an encouraging result for Trump, because 9 percent of respondents to YouGov preferred a third-party candidate, or professed themselves undecided. A statistically insignificant number said they did not plan to vote at...
  • CNN Focus Group(undecideds) Declares Trump the winner.

    10/20/2016 5:37:26 AM PDT · by conservativepoet · 9 replies
    ButAsForMe ^ | 10/20/2016 | ButAsForMe
    CNN focus group declares Trump the winner 5 Hillary Clinton 10 Donald Trump 5 Still Undecided
  • Frank Luntz Group Results

    10/09/2016 7:46:15 PM PDT · by Jeff Chandler · 110 replies
    Frank Luntz ‏@FrankLuntz 8m8 minutes ago Who had the greater positive impact on your voting choice tonight? • 21 say Trump • 9 say Clinton
  • How Trump won over a bar full of undecideds and Democrats

    09/27/2016 7:05:54 AM PDT · by TigerClaws · 18 replies
    YOUNGSTOWN, Pa. — Ken Reed sat down at the main bar of the Tin Lizzy tavern with two things in mind: to dig into the tavern’s oversize cheese steak, and watch the presidential debate. “I am hungry and undecided, in that order,” he said, digging into the savory dish in a bar that dates back to 1746.
  • How Trump won over a bar full of undecideds and Democrats

    09/27/2016 5:16:16 AM PDT · by Donglalinger · 70 replies
    NY Post ^ | September 26, 2016 | Salena Zito
    YOUNGSTOWN, Pa. – Ken Reed sat down at main bar of the Tin Lizzy tavern with two things in mind, to dig into the tavern’s oversized cheese steak and watch the presidential debate. “I am hungry and undecided in that order,” he said digging into the savory dish in a bar that dates back to 1746. Kady Letoksy, a paralegal by day, a waitress and bartender at night at the Tin Lizzy sat beside him, at 28 she has never voted before, she is now thinking it might be a good idea. Letosky entered the evening undecided in a town...
  • Math Shows Trump Can Still Win: All He Needs is a few Undecided Voters In Battleground States

    08/26/2016 1:50:50 PM PDT · by drewh · 45 replies
    CBS Marketwatch ^ | Published: Aug 26, 2016 7:39 a.m. ET | Brett Arends
    Donald Trump now needs a swing of only 3 to 4 percentage points in key battleground states to win this election. The rule is simple: Throw lots of mud and see what sticks. It works. For instance, Trump just called for a “special prosecutor” to investigate the Clinton Foundation: It made for a good headline . The key issue here is how Trump is polling in context. He has just gone through almost a month of terrible campaign news. Yet he remains within a 4-point swing of winning in battleground states. That should be terrifying for Team Clinton. No wonder...
  • Kansas delegates see Trump’s VP helping with GOP skeptics

    07/16/2016 9:55:10 PM PDT · by Innovative · 2 replies
    Associated Press Washington Times ^ | Friday, July 15, 2016July 16. 2016 | JOHN HANNA
    Kansas delegates to the GOP National Convention said Friday that Donald Trump’s choice of Indiana Gov. Mike Pence as his running mate will help Trump with Republicans who remain wary of his presidential candidacy. The selection of Pence for vice president drew praise not only from Trump’s most prominent Kansas supporter, Secretary of State Kris Kobach , but also from delegates who are pledged to vote at the convention for Texas Sen. Ted Cruz and Florida Sen. Marco Rubio. State Treasurer Ron Estes, a Rubio delegate, said Pence’s selection makes him feel more comfortable with Trump’s candidacy, though he had...
  • Of Course Trump Can Win (538.com)

    05/31/2016 2:25:28 PM PDT · by goldstategop · 22 replies
    538.com ^ | 05/31/2016 | 538.com
    natesilver (Nate Silver, editor in chief): I’m not ready to accept yet that we’ll have a whole new map this time around. There will probably be some differences, yes. But my prior is that we’ll still have mostly the same swing states as last time, and I haven’t seen persuasive enough evidence yet to convince me otherwise. Here’s why: These polls are showing huge, enormous numbers of undecided voters. In that Monmouth poll of New Jersey, for instance, it’s Clinton 38 percent and Trump 34 percent, leaving 28 percent undecided, voting third party or saying they’ll sit out the general...
  • Now is the Time to Start Following Politics

    11/01/2012 2:06:00 AM PDT · by Making_Sense [Rob W. Case] · 1 replies
    MSMB ^ | October 31, 2012 | Rob W. Case
    At the time of this article, we have less than a week before we decide to continue our current path as a nation, or choose a different one. In America, there are many people who simply do not follow politics, and as such, those people are left with an epic struggle of responsibly choosing their next candidate. Their struggle is mired in choosing their candidate based on what the media says, what campaign ads say, and who their friends and family are voting for. Yet, apart from the “noise” of these overwhelming influences is a very real and very harsh...
  • Vanity For My Wife - Most "Undecideds" Are Women: It Makes Us Look Stupid!

    10/28/2012 11:17:27 AM PDT · by dagogo redux · 41 replies
    10/28/12 | dagogo redux
    My wife is a Filipina, an RN who came to the US eighteen years ago on a work visa. She's now a newly naturalized citizen, and she just got through casting her very first mail-in ballot. She just went on a mini-rant after watching a news segment on the two presidential campaigns' efforts to court "the much-sought-after undecided women's vote," women constituting a sizable majority of the "undecideds," apparently. Her exasperated and repeated refrain: "I just can't believe they could still be undecided - what kind of woman can be that stupid!" Her rant voiced a strong confirmation of her...
  • Luntz Focus Group Split on Romney's Debate Performance

    10/23/2012 6:20:52 AM PDT · by Clint N. Suhks · 62 replies
    NEWSMAX ^ | 10/23/12 | Greg McDonald
    A focus group of undecided voters appeared to be split over Mitt Romney's debate performance on foreign policy Monday night, with some saying he failed to distinguish how he would do things differently from President Barack Obama and others saying he finally came across as more "humane and relatable." The group, appearing on Fox News' Sean Hannity show along with Republican strategist Frank Luntz, declared Obama the overall winner of the debate when the two candidates stuck strictly to foreign policy and military issues. But when the debate veered into economic policy as a national security issue, most in the...
  • WHO CARES WHAT(undecideds)THEY THINK?

    10/20/2012 11:35:44 AM PDT · by jmaroneps37 · 8 replies
    coachisright.com ^ | October 20, 2012 | Ron Reale, staff writer
    I just can’t seem to muster up any concern …. for the ignorant and still uninformed I am supposed to waste my time repeating what I have been saying…. Everyone knows about our failed President’s allegiance to terrorists and America haters like Bill Ayers, Reverend Wright, Hugo Chavez and the Muslim Brotherhood. What else is there to say about his traitorous associates, and his financial support for those buying weapons to kill us with the American taxpayer’s monies given to them by Barack Obama? If people aren’t aware of this by now, I don’t care if they never take another...
  • Oops!… Luntz Focus Group Member Says Obama’s Lied & “Been Bullsh*tting the Public” (Video)

    10/16/2012 9:56:12 PM PDT · by forbushalltheway · 22 replies
    The Gateway Pundit ^ | October 16, 2012 | Jim Hoft
    Oops! On FOX News a former Obama voter told Frank Luntz that Obama’s been “bullsh*tting the public” for years. “He’s lied about everything. He lied to get elected in 2008 that’s why I voted for him. I bought it. Bull. And, he’s lied about everything. He hasn’t come through on anything. And he’s been bullsh*tting the public.“
  • Video: Luntz focus group unloads on Obama after debate

    10/17/2012 8:20:54 AM PDT · by Ernest_at_the_Beach · 60 replies
    Hot Air ^ | 8:41 am on October 17, 2012 | Ed Morrissey
    In my estimation, last night’s debate was a draw. Both men did what they needed to do for the debate, but neither had enough of a breakout performance to make much of a difference in the race. I’d expect to see very little impact to the Mitt-mentum that developed after the first debate, for reasons which I’ll address in a moment.That wasn’t the conclusion reached by Frank Luntz’ focus group of former Barack Obama voters, and now undecideds, in Nevada. That panel overwhelmingly chose Mitt Romney as the winner, with observations about Romney’s presidential mien and Obama’s defensiveness and lack...
  • MSNBC's Undecided Voter Panel Swayed by Romney

    10/17/2012 6:34:50 AM PDT · by Evil Slayer · 31 replies
    Weekly Standard ^ | 10/17/12 | DANIEL HALPER
    MSNBC's panel of undecided voters swayed toward Mitt Romney after tonight's presidential debate. Watch here:
  • Romney May Have Swayed Undecideds on Economy (opinion of three expert pollsters)

    10/17/2012 6:34:03 AM PDT · by Qbert · 6 replies
    Human Events ^ | 10/17/2012 | John Gizzi
    Barack Obama may have come out swinging hard, but the second presidential debate of 2012 was no game-changer. That was the opinion of three seasoned professors and pollsters who talked to Human Events moments after the close of the stormy encounter between Obama and Mitt Romney Tuesday at Hofstra University in New York Tuesday evening. If there were any inroads made Tuesday among the voters who are still “undecided” at this point, the three political authorities agreed, they were made by Romney with his strong underscoring of a new policy on the economy. “I didn’t see the debate tonight as...
  • Frank Luntz Focus group of Undecideds from Nevada...WOW!!! (vanity)

    10/16/2012 8:21:00 PM PDT · by God luvs America · 80 replies
    Me
    Anyone watching??? everyone except two people who voted for Obama said they will now vote for Romney...this is definitely a must see video if available...while the media says Obama won everyone of these undecideds referred to Romney as presidential, a leader, in control and obama as angry...
  • 12 Questions for Voters Undecided About the 2012 Presidential Election

    10/15/2012 8:52:54 PM PDT · by DestroyLiberalism · 15 replies
    Please pass this on to anyone you know who is not yet committed to voting for a particular candidate in the upcoming presidential election. Now more than ever, America needs them to make the right choice on November 6...
  • To the Wavering Voter: Mitt Romney won't make war on women, the Middle East or the middle class

    10/15/2012 4:48:27 PM PDT · by 2ndDivisionVet · 8 replies
    The Wall Street Journal ^ | October 15, 2012 | Bret Stephens, deputy editorial page editor
    Dear Wavering Voter: No, abortion rights and access to contraception will not be jeopardized if Mitt Romney becomes president. Not remotely, not vaguely, not even close. No woman in America, including Sandra Fluke, will have war made upon her by a President Romney. Maybe you think the job of a president is to be our DJ-in-Chief and set the mood music for the country. In that case, the slow-jam Obama administration has everything to recommend it, while a Romney presidency may get on your nerves like a hokey country song. But it won't get in your way. How am I...