STUDY: Trump’s Huge Poll Numbers Are Actually UNDERSTATED

A new study, examining a mystery confounded polling analysts, says Donald Trump‘s huge poll numbers may actually be understated.

Confusing the polsters is the fact Trump performs much better in online-based surveys rather than polls that include live-telephone interviews, which may indicate some voters are planning to vote for Trump, but may be reluctant to admit their support for the controversial candidate.

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In self-administered online interviews voters will be more likely to admit their support. And that will more likely reflect their eventual decision in the privacy of a voting booth. Continue reading

CNN POLL: In A DO-OVER MITT ROMNEY Wins By A LANDSLIDE

When it comes to the 2012 presidential election, a majority of Americans say that they are so bummed they voted for President Obama, that if they could do it all over again, they overwhelmingly would have voted for Mitt Romney..

That’s just one finding in a brutal CNN poll, released Sunday.

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The poll which shows Romney topping Obama in a re-election rematch by a whopping nine-point margin, 53 percent to 44 percent. Continue reading

GHOST OF GEORGE W BUSH ROBBED ROMNEY! Shocking REAL REASON Folks Voted Obama

I saw this coming! Exit polls show a majority of folks in the U.S. voted for Obama, not because they agree with his policies, but because they still blame George W. Bush and apparently now all republicans (like Romney) for our crappy economy!


Politico:

Early exit polls released on Tuesday evening show that about half of voters still blame President George W. Bush more than President Barack Obama for the country’s economic problems and most cite the economy as their top issue in the election.

The exit poll results released by The Associated Press fit with the argument Obama’s team has been making in the lead-up to the election.

Sixty percent of voters named the economy as their top issue, followed by health care in a distant second at 17 percent, the deficit at 15 percent and foreign policy at 4 percent. In 2008, 62 percent of voters said the economy was their top issue.

Within the issue of the economy, 40 percent of voters named unemployment as the biggest problem.

Still, voters are less than optimistic about the state of the economy. Only 24 percent said their families finances are better off than they were four years ago. Thirty-nine percent of voters surveyed said the economy is improving, compared with 31 percent who said it’s getting worse and 28 percent who said it’s staying the same.

Voters are split on the direction of the country: 46 percent say it’s headed in the right direction, while 52 percent said it’s still on the wrong track.