Skewed Polling Take Notice … Big Drop in Voter Registration in Ohio in Democrat Strongholds, And Other Battle Ground States
A note to Barack Obama, Democrats, the liberal MSM and those conducting polls with skewed data sampling … It ain’t 2008 and Democrat voter registration down dramatically in Ohio and nationally.
Here is a new story that the corrupt liberal media complex in the tan for President Barack Obama will never tell you, Democrat voter registration down big in 2012 as compared to 2008. FOX News is reporting that a left leaning liberal think tank, Third Way, conducted a study that indicates a drop in Democrat registered voters in key battle ground states. For example. in Ohio there are 490,000 fewer registered voters than in 2008, 44% of whom reside in Cleveland and Cuyahoga County, where Democrats outnumber Republicans 2:1. So why again would polling samples be weighted to Democrats greater than in 2008 again?
Voter registration in the Buckeye State is down by 490,000 people from four years ago. Of that reduction, 44 percent is in Cleveland and surrounding Cuyahoga County, where Democrats outnumber Republicans more than two to one.
“I think what we’re seeing is a lot of spin and hype on the part of the Obama campaign to try to make it appear that they’re going to cruise to victory in Ohio,” Cuyahoga County Republican Chairman Rob Frost said. “It’s not just Cuyahoga County. Nearly 350,000 of those voters are the decrease in the rolls in the three largest counties, Cuyahoga, Hamilton and Franklin.”
Frost points out that those three counties all contain urban centers, where the largest Democrat vote traditionally has been.
Ohio is not alone. An August study by the left-leaning think tank Third Way showed that the Democratic voter registration decline in eight key swing states outnumbered the Republican decline by a 10-to-one ratio. In Florida, Democratic registration is down 4.9 percent, in Iowa down 9.5 percent. And in New Hampshire, it’s down down 19.7 percent.
It also supports the notion that there has been the kind of party affiliation shift Rasmussen has documented (from Dems +7.6 in November 2008 to GOP +4.3 in August 2012), and the related notion that polls containing far more Democrats than Republicans do not representative sample the way things are now, i.e., that they’re seriously cooked.
UPDATE I: the Lonely Conservative …Thanks for the link!