Polling

Rasmussen – Republicans Hold 46-45 Lead In Congressional Generic Poll

Will one percent be enough to make a point? While one point may not seem like much, two factors should be considered here. A solid lead was had and lost by the Democrats, which is obvious. However, not so obvious is the fact that Democrats tend to speak louder about their voting habits than Republicans …

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Emerson Polling Shows Congressional Races Tightening, Sununu Still Has Comfortable Lead

Emerson College Polling has Gov. Sununu sitting on a comfortable, maybe not too comfortable 8 point lead with 5 percent still undecided. The New Hampshire State economy is in excellent shape so that will probably keep Chris more comfortable than not. In NH CD-1 Eddie Edwards is just 2 point behind Chris Pappas with 5% …

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Nate Silver – Motivational Pollster

It wasn’t that long ago the internationally acclaimed pollster Nate Silver predicted an 84% win for Hillary Clinton against that guy with the funny haircut. Remember the Left’s wailing and gnashing of teeth when it turned out Hillary lost her second attempt at completely criminalizing the executive office? Our socialist friends march to the beat …

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What Trump And Reagan Have in Common

Dr. Matt Briggs (PhD. is statistics) and I discuss how the press treated Reagan in 1980 and how it may have affected polling before that election, then compare that to the press impact on potential Trump voters and polling in 2016.    

Are the Polls Crap?

We open with guest-host Emily Sandblade who knows a thing or two about math and polling to discuss what the current presidential polls likely reflect and why you probably should not ‘buy’ what they are selling.