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Re: Who will win the presidency and by how much?

by Termin8tor » Yesterday, 7:57 am

Misty » 03 Aug 2020, 5:53 pm » wrote: Did you actually read that ****?

IF accurate.
Right-leaning think tank.
Unknown pollster or what partisan breakdown was sampled.
Those are huge caveats.
But other than that, the results are striking.

   
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It's in line with accurate new polls, wackjob.

But we all know you prefer politically correct fiction to reality.  

Biden's collapse is happening right in front of your eyes.

Re: Who will win the presidency and by how much?

by duck615 » 03 Aug 2020, 8:35 pm

Sad these **** retarded liberal asswipes still believe in the polls, even after 2016

Re: Who will win the presidency and by how much?

by Misty » 03 Aug 2020, 5:53 pm

Termin8tor » 03 Aug 2020, 5:14 pm » wrote:
GREAT POLL RESULTS, IF ACCURATE
Britain’s Sunday Express is doing polling in the U.S. in conjunction with the Democracy Institute, a right-leaning Washington think tank. The most recent results, as published in the Express, look great for President Trump. However, I haven’t been able to learn who the pollster was, or what partisan breakdown was sampled. Those are huge caveats, obviously. Subject to those reservations, the results are striking.
Did you actually read that ****?

IF accurate.
Right-leaning think tank.
Unknown pollster or what partisan breakdown was sampled.
Those are huge caveats.
But other than that, the results are striking.

     


 

Re: Who will win the presidency and by how much?

by RollingRock » 03 Aug 2020, 5:33 pm

Termin8tor » 03 Aug 2020, 5:14 pm » wrote: .
I'm very happy to get wackjobs' opinions on record.

Empty liberal heads will explode election eve.  
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The "power line blog," huh?   

Re: Who will win the presidency and by how much?

by Ike Bana » 03 Aug 2020, 5:25 pm

I've already run this once before, but it's worth another visit. When I found out that 60% of white Americans voted for Trump in 2016, I was permanently ashamed of my race.

But with the numbers that are coming out of white suburban America, it's clear that Trump won't maken 50% of the white vote in November. He can't afford to lose that 10% of the white vote. Particularly not in Wisconsin, Michigan, and Pennsylvania. And we can thank white suburban women for this.
 

Re: Who will win the presidency and by how much?

by Termin8tor » 03 Aug 2020, 5:14 pm

RollingRock » 17 Jul 2020, 8:47 am » wrote: Your right wing opinion pieces will only keep you safe for another three and a half months.       America is seeing the real Trump - a self-absorbed, incompetent, corrupt, and narcissistic dotard.   Ostrich yourself if you need to.  Trump's on his way out the door.


 
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I'm very happy to get wackjobs' opinions on record.

Empty liberal heads will explode election eve.  
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GREAT POLL RESULTS, IF ACCURATE
Britain’s Sunday Express is doing polling in the U.S. in conjunction with the Democracy Institute, a right-leaning Washington think tank. The most recent results, as published in the Express, look great for President Trump. However, I haven’t been able to learn who the pollster was, or what partisan breakdown was sampled. Those are huge caveats, obviously. Subject to those reservations, the results are striking.

The Express/Democracy Institute Poll finds President Trump leading Joe Biden 48/46 in national popular vote. This includes leads for Trump in a long series of swing states that includes Minnesota, where Trump leads 46/45. This poll, assuming the same results on Election Day and disregarding voter fraud, sees Trump expanding on his 2016 winning margin.

The poll sees Trump getting 20% of the black vote and 38% of the Hispanic vote, winning numbers for him.


It also finds a wide enthusiasm gap in favor of President Trump, and a wide partisan difference in willingness to express political opinions. The pollsters asked, “Are you comfortable with your relatives, friends, and coworkers knowing how you vote?” Eighty-three percent of Biden voters, but only 27% of Trump voters, said “Yes.”
https://www.powerlineblog.com/archives/ ... curate.php

 

Re: Who will win the presidency and by how much?

by omh » 17 Jul 2020, 8:51 am

Asks the imaginary emperor with no clothes parading himself around as a social truther denying life in plain sight and most of all pretending to be more than only an ancestral displacement so far..

Re: Who will win the presidency and by how much?

by RollingRock » 17 Jul 2020, 8:47 am

Termin8tor » 17 Jul 2020, 6:50 am » wrote: Boy, I get so so depressed reading moonbat predictions.

Not.  
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Your right wing opinion pieces will only keep you safe for another three and a half months.       America is seeing the real Trump - a self-absorbed, incompetent, corrupt, and narcissistic dotard.   Ostrich yourself if you need to.  Trump's on his way out the door.


 

Re: Who will win the presidency and by how much?

by Termin8tor » 17 Jul 2020, 6:50 am

RollingRock » 10 Jul 2020, 8:50 am » wrote: Joe Biden will win easily, by at least 50 electoral votes.

Democrats will also take back the Senate by a 2 seat advantage.  Dems hold the House (but will lose 4-5 seats).
Boy, I get so so depressed reading moonbat predictions.

Not.  
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Why the Polls Predict Trump Will Win
Voter expectation data buried deep in some surveys suggest another upset.
 
David Catron by DAVID CATRON
July 17, 2020, 12:04 AM
Lately, pollsters and pundits have been nervously pondering the following question: “If Trump is behind in the polls, why do most voters say, in the same surveys, that he will win the upcoming election?” As Harry Enten recently noted at CNN, “An average of recent polls finds that a majority of voters (about 55%) believe that Trump will defeat Biden in the election. Trump’s edge on this question has remained fairly consistent over time.” This is far more than mere statistical curiosity by number nerds. Several peer-reviewed studies have shown that surveys of voter expectations are far more predictive of election outcomes than polls of voter intentions.

Voter expectations concerning who would win a given election were consistently more predictive than surveys using only conventional polling questions. 

The polls that appear to portend a one-term presidency for Trump actually predict that the president will trounce Biden badly this November.
https://spectator.org/why-the-polls-pre ... -will-win/
 

Re: Who will win the presidency and by how much?

by RollingRock » 10 Jul 2020, 8:50 am

Joe Biden will win easily, by at least 50 electoral votes.

Democrats will also take back the Senate by a 2 seat advantage.  Dems hold the House (but will lose 4-5 seats).

Re: Who will win the presidency and by how much?

by Phoenix68.2.0 » 10 Jul 2020, 8:46 am

SJConspirator » 11 Feb 2020, 9:42 am » wrote: Down goes Biden! Bernies star is rising...

This will be interesting
Joe & Bernie; Finding COMMON GROUND
July 8, 2020
 
 [left]"Allies of Joseph R. Biden Jr. and Senator Bernie Sanders unveiled a sweeping set of joint policy recommendations on Wednesday, a significant if tentative sign of cooperation among Democrats as Mr. Biden’s campaign continues its appeals to the progressive left.

 Mr. Biden is expected to adopt many of the recommendations, which were submitted by six policy task forces and cover a wide range of issues including health care, criminal justice, education and climate change.

 For all of the details, the lengthy recommendation document amounted to a collection of widely acceptable liberal proposals, many of which Mr. Biden has already embraced in his bid for party unity. And they come at a time when policy differences that stood out in the primary campaign have largely faded to the backdrop as Democrats look toward a shared goal: defeating Spanky Trump."[/left][left] [/left]
 

Re: Who will win the presidency and by how much?

by Phoenix68.2.0 » 10 Jul 2020, 8:37 am

Termin8tor » 18 Dec 2019, 10:50 am » wrote: Who will win the presidency and by how much?

 

Tryin' to put-together a lil' cover, for yourself, are you???

Re: Who will win the presidency and by how much?

by Termin8tor » 10 Jul 2020, 7:54 am

Termin8tor » 18 Dec 2019, 10:50 am » wrote: Who will win the presidency and by how much?

I think Trump will win rather easily and by an electoral margin larger than last time.
"Trump's doomed!" babble moonbats.

Yeah, Americans will vote for the party of looting, rioting, Marxism, de-funding the police and a senile guy with over 50 years inside the Swamp.  

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Professor doubles down on prediction model of Trump's chances in 2020
Stony Brook professor Helmut Norpoth says Trump has a 91% chance of winning in November

By Joseph A. Wulfsohn | Fox News
Despite recent polls that identify Joe Biden as the heavy favorite in 2020, a political science professor is still standing by his prediction model that shows President Trump having a "91 percent" chance of winning in November.
https://www.foxnews.com/politics/profes ... pite-polls
 

Re: Who will win the presidency and by how much?

by Termin8tor » 08 Jul 2020, 2:23 pm

Misty » 11 Feb 2020, 5:00 pm » wrote: Are you supposed to drink when you're taking anti-psychotic drugs?
Have you made a prediction yet, psycho?
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Trump SHOCK election poll: Black Lives Matter protests will get Trump re-elected
THE FALLOUT from the Black Lives Matter protests in the US offers Donald Trump his best chance of winning the Presidential election, a shock poll for the Sunday Express has revealed.
By DAVID MADDOX, SUNDAY EXPRESS POLITICAL EDITOR
According to the poll conducted by the Washington based thinktank the Democracy Institute, President Trump is neck and neck with his rival Joe Biden on 47 percent. However, Mr Trump would win in the electoral college system by 309 to 229 delegates because he is on course to win the crucial swing states including Florida, Iowa, Michigan, Minnesota, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin where he outpolls Vice President Biden by 48 percent to 44 percent.....

According to the poll, the concerns over the effects of the protests appear to be boosting Mr Trump’s chances even though his campaign is believed to be flagging.

Given a choice between which phrases identified their views 71 percent chose “all lives matter” while 29 percent picked “black lives matter”.

Meanwhile, with statues of presidents and other historic figures being attacked and pulled down across the US, 74 percent said they disapproved of the actions while 77 percent disagreed with the assertion supported by many Democrat politicians that Mount Rushmore with the faces of four US Presidents carved on it “is racist”.
https://www.express.co.uk/news/world/13 ... ves-Matter

Re: Who will win the presidency and by how much?

by Termin8tor » 06 Jul 2020, 9:24 am

Misty » 11 Feb 2020, 5:00 pm » wrote: Are you supposed to drink when you're taking anti-psychotic drugs?
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Babbles the psychopath.

Trump's Mt Rushmore speech was so good, journalists had to tell a whole pack of lies.

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The Morning Briefing: Trump's Mt. Rushmore Speech Is What We've All Been Waiting For
BY STEPHEN KRUISER....
I had been lamenting the fact that Trump wasn’t using the power of incumbency thus far. Standing in front of Mt. Rushmore while jets streamed overhead kind of changed that.

This moment was brilliant. The Trump faithful have been waiting for him to bust out. Yes, he has been forced to be calmer because of the plague but he has been a little too cautious. He finally delivered here.

If this election is going to turn on a dime, then this is that dime. Trump came out swinging for the fences with this speech and cleared all of the fences. He finally got the word that it was time to win this thing.

This speech, with a literally monumental backdrop, was magnificently timed. I may not trust the people around him, but I do trust Trump’s instincts.
https://pjmedia.com/columns/stephen-kru ... or-n607533
 

Re: Who will win the presidency and by how much?

by omh » 03 Jul 2020, 8:58 am

Crazytrain » 30 Jun 2020, 5:20 pm » wrote: Well I don't think minorities think they are getting a fair hand shake from trump. And I think that is most of the problem. When you have a person in the white house saying the police can be more aggressive during the 2016 election I think alot of police took that as a sign to become aggressive taking a cue from trump.
Gee you keep saying adapt or become extinct isn't an equal opportunity of occupying space from now on? Where can society become more than that actually as reproducitons are only timed apart now in each 24 time zones their ancestral displacement occupies so far in plain sight nothing stays the same form shaped when conceived or died.

inorganic universal positions are timed apart now, ancestral points of displacement occupy space universal points are timed apart from now on. Kinetic results simultaneously taking place individually spontaneously here.

Re: Who will win the presidency and by how much?

by Termin8tor » 03 Jul 2020, 8:28 am

Misty » 25 May 2020, 5:02 pm » wrote:
No, you should read your boy's Twitter feed.

Especially read the garbage he re-Tweeted yesterday, filled with insults about women.
Mocking their appearance, calling them 'skanks' and referring to one woman as 'Shamu'.


 
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Oh my he called a fat blabbermouth political imbecile Shamu?

Every fat blabbermouth political should be offended.  

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The Man who Correctly Predicted President Trump’s 2016 Win Predicts President Trump has a 91% Chance of Being Reelected in 2020
By Joe Hoft
Professor Helmut Norpoth from Stony Brook University told Lou Dobbs on August 16th, 2016, that Donald Trump had an 87% chance of winning the 2016 Presidential election.
https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2020/0 ... cted-2020/

Re: Who will win the presidency and by how much?

by KFSW » 30 Jun 2020, 5:24 pm

I vote more big tits

Re: Who will win the presidency and by how much?

by Crazytrain » 30 Jun 2020, 5:20 pm

Well I don't think minorities think they are getting a fair hand shake from trump. And I think that is most of the problem. When you have a person in the white house saying the police can be more aggressive during the 2016 election I think alot of police took that as a sign to become aggressive taking a cue from trump.

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