The Numbers Are In… November May Not Even Be CLOSE!

The Numbers Are In… November May Not Even Be CLOSE!


Media trying to shape the way an election goes through polling is one of the far left’s oldest tricks in the book. In general, if the average voter sees that their candidate of choice is drowning in the polls…it’s most likely going to keep them from going out to vote.

Your typical… ‘Why? When there’s no point.”

Giving up before you even try…is ugly on anyone. This kind of mindset is a gift for these cheating far leftists. A gift and a sort of superpower over voters, since it’s worked out so lovely for them in the past.

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Now it’s 2016 and what do you think they are doing with this superpower at this very moment?

Skewing the polls and doing their very best to discourage voters into giving up, before they have even tried. Why not? It’s worked for them for years now.

Don’t take our word for it, there are others who understand the existence of this trickery. Ann Coulter warned Americans of this very thing in her book, ‘Slander’ that was released back in 2003. She very clearly states that the far left main stream media purposely uses polls to push their agenda.

She even went into the details of how they do it.

They skew the polls by mindfully selecting unreasonable sample sizes and do this by asking lead up questions or by selecting more of a sample population of one specific side of an issue to achieve the kind of result they are seeking.

It’s elementary and only wins out in the end because of ignorance.

The sway the polls have on voters is ridiculous and it would be wise for more of us to dodge the polls all together, and stick to our conscience. Well, that is, if your conscience is telling you…that it’s your duty as an American to get into the booths to vote on voting day, regardless of who the polls are saying is the frontrunner.

A good example of the media trying to shape a vote was in 1980. In a Gallup poll released on October 26th in 1980, two weeks before the election, Jimmy Carter was leading Ronald Reagan 47 – 39. Two weeks later Reagan won in such a landslide that Carter conceded before California was closed.

Another example of mainstream liberal media bias was in 1988. A Gallup Poll from July 26 showed Michael S. Dukakis leading George H. W. Bush by 17 points. Of course Bush went on to thump Dukakis in the general election.

This past week a number of polls show Hillary Clinton leading Donald Trump by various margins. One poll last week reported by NBC/WSJ showed Hillary ahead by 11. However, Truthfeed pointed out that NBC/WSJ didn’t mention that the poll was created by a Hillary Super PAC.

More recently, this theory was tested. A small team of actuarial and statistics professionals were put together to do some truth finding. They took a look at a couple of recent polls. They chose to go with a recent FOX poll from October 14th showing that Hillary Clinton was up by 7 and the WSJ/NBC poll from October 16th showing the vile woman up by 11 points against Trump.


They observed that both polls are heavily skewed and in favor of Democrats. The FOX poll consisted of 42 Dems to 36 Reps and 21 Others. You don’t have to be a genius to know…if there is more Dems, the results are going to be in favor of Dems. Get it?

The proof was in the next test they ran. They analyzed the data and calculated results using the original data from the two surveys. This time they split it evenly: 40 Dems, 40 Reps and 20 Other.

One guess what the results are?

Using either sets of data Trump came out ahead with a larger margin of victory.

It would do well for this trickery to be exposed to more Americans. You of course are on top of your game in keeping informed. That is apparent because you clicked on this article.

So now you know. What can we do to help others know they shouldn’t give up just because the polls say they are going to lose?

We talk about it. We share it. We explain it in simple and plain words.

Then we go and we vote.

Our government was meant to be strong in it’s simplicity. Let’s take it back to that.

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