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POLLS: So-Called Media Should be Publicly Flogged

Tuesday, October 18, 2016 9:45
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(Before It's News) If we took a poll on whether or not the so-called media should be publicly flogged, the numbers would 113 percent, “YES!”

There is nothing real about this political cycle, except the very real enthusiasm for fighting the corrupt establishment.

The Conservative movement couldn’t ask for a better warrior. The very flawed Donald Trump has the skin of a rhinoceros and he’s not afraid to horn the media.

Trump has called the system rigged, and he’s right. Not only must Conservatives remain vigilant at the polls, we know that the media is complicit in our demise. And then there are the polls.

From the Gateway Pundit,

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.

It’s also well known that the Monmouth University poll is run by a Hillary Huckster who recently was caught manipulating a poll and then lied about it. takes an average of these distorted polls to come up with their analysis of the current race. Their efforts are a great example of the phrase – ‘garbage in – garbage out’.

Surprise surprise. Hillary Clinton is magically ahead in polls run by Liberals who ideologically align with Hillary Clinton or worse yet, work for her.

The article continues,

Expert Analysis

With all the liberal distortions and dishonesty we decided to have a small team of actuarial and statistics professionals take a look at a couple of the recent polls to get their take on the reliability of these polls. They selected the recent FOX poll from October 14 showing Hillary up by 7 and the WSJ/NBC poll from October 16 showing Hillary with an 11 point lead.

The first observation is that both polls are heavily skewed towards Democrats. At a high level, the FOX poll consists of 43 Dems to 36 Reps to 21 Other while the NBC poll shows 44 Dems to 37 Reps to 19 Other.

By selecting more Dems the polls are designed to provide a Dem result.

Our experts next analyzed the data and calculated results using the same data from the two surveys on a split of 40 Dems, 40 Reps and 20 Other. The results show that using either sets of data Trump comes out ahead with a larger margin of victory using the FOX data.

Clearly the polls using data that is heavily weighted towards Democrat voters is incorrectly skewed.

And then there is common sense, something the pollsters ergo Liberals ask us to suspend.

Despite getting tens of thousands to rallies all over the country, Trump has no following, if you believe Liberals. And let’s not forget the record-breaking numbers for the primaries.

As the article reports,

This year Republicans crushed their previous record in the primaries for number of votes by 150%. Their old record was 20 million and this year 31 million voted in the primaries.

The Democrats on the other hand had 7 million votes less than their record year in 2008 with 30 million this year compared to 37 million in 2008.

Let’s do the math, shall we. Republicans are up by 11 million, Democrats are down by 7 million.

And in the year of the Democrats’ lord and savior Barack Obama, they got 30 million people out. Republicans eclipsed that number by a smooth million.

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