Skewed Polls Show that Hillary Clinton Won 2nd Debate … Trump Nailed Her on Email Scandal & Dusasterous Foreign Policy
POLLS SHOW CLINTON WON 2ND DEBATE, BUT I AM NOT TOO SURE OF THAT … TRUMP HAMMERED HER ON EMAIL SCANDAL AND SHE WAS DEFENSIVE.
What else would one expect after watching media debate bias, but more polling bias.
YouGov polls shows that Hillary barely beat Trump, however, one again there is a questionable skewing of the data. They claim the party affiliation was equal; however, 6% more of respondents voted for Obama rather than Romney in 2012. Hmm? It would appear that the second presidential debate was harder to call a winner.
According to YouGov’s post-debate poll, which interviewed 812 registered voters who watched the debate, Hillary Clinton won the debate against Donald Trump by 47% to 42%. Clinton narrowly won undecideds 44% to 41%. She was also considered “more Presidential” by a 57% to 31% margin. There was a gender gap, however: women thought Clinton won by 50-38%, while men thought Trump won by 46-43%.
In a so-called CNN scientific survey where the liberal network over-sampled Democrats to Republicans, Clinton won with 57%. There is a reason why they call CNN the Clinton News Network. There was some good news for the Republican nominee, 63% of those surveyed said Trump performed better than they expected. Among those surveyed, 58% said they supported Clinton before the debate. Hmm, so the sampling started at 58& of Hillary supports. Are you kidding?
They will do anything to give Hillary a perceived advantage. Clinton should be ahead by 40 points with the MSM carrying her water, Trump having to debate her and the moderators and polling that is skewed to the Democrat.
Frank Luntz With 28 Uncommitted Voters in Ohio Following VP Debate … Pence Wins in Landslide (VIDEO)
FOCUS GROUP THINK TIM KAINE WAS A DISASTER … IT WAS SO BAD THIS MAY ACTUALLY MOVE THE POLL NEEDLE.
Republican pollster Frank Luntz live-tweeted responses by a focus group of 27 undecided Ohio voters watching the vice presidential debate last night between Democrat Senator Tim Kaine and Republican Governor Mike Pence from Longwood College in Farmville, Virginia. Watch the video below and the reaction of the focus group to Kaine’s ridiculous interruptions and Pence’s even demeanor. The focus group conducted by CBS News contributor Frank Luntz overwhelmingly agreed that Republican vice presidential nominee Mike Pence won the debate against Democratic nominee Tim Kaine. As one uncommitted voter stated, they blamed everything on Trump’s tax returns, at one point I thought they were going to blame the JFK assassination on Trump’s tax returns.
If this happened with a focus group in Ohio, imagine what occurred across the United States last night as well?
There are 26 people taking part in the focus group during the vice presidential debate being held at Longwood University in Farmville, Virginia.
Luntz said 22 people in the focus group think Pence won, while only four believe Kaine did.
Luntz said Kaine was guilty of cutting off Pence frequently during the debate.
“Kaine is interrupting too much,” Luntz tweeted. “The focus group wants the moderator to lay down the law and shut him up until it’s his turn.”
To the 4 supposed uncommitted voters who thought Kaine won, you are not uncommitted. No one but a Hillary Clinton Kool-Aid drinker thought an unhinged Kaine won the debate last night.
MOST AMERICANS DON’T BELIEVE IN SCIENTIFIC CONSENSUS ON CLIMATE CHANGE AND DON’T TRUST THE MEDIA REPORTING ON IT …
Is it a consensus if most Americans do not believe the “scientific consensus on climate change? As reported at CNS News, most Americans do not agree and believe the “scientific consensus” on climate change. Fifty-one percent of U.S. adults say climate change is either that the Earth’s warming stems from natural causes or that there is no evidence of warming. So much for the 97% consensus. I guess, according to Leonardo Di Caprio, more than hold of Americans shouldn’t hold public officer. Hey Leo, in my humble opinion, shut up and just act.
Hmm, climate change. What ever happened to global warming?
Nearly three-quarters of Americans don’t trust that there is a large “scientific consensus” amongst climate scientists on human behavior being the cause of climate change, according to an in-depth survey on “the politics of climate” released Tuesday by Pew Research Center.
According to the survey, only 27 percent of Americans agree that “almost all” climate scientists say that human behavior is mostly responsible for climate change, while 35 percent say that “more than half” of climate scientists agree on this. An additional 35 percent of those surveyed say that fewer than half (20%) or almost no (15%) climate scientists believe that human behavior is the main contributing factor in climate change.
Pew contrasted this to the United Nations’ Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), which “stated in the forward to its 2013 report, ‘the science now shows with 95 percent certainty that human activity is the dominant cause of observed warming since the mid-20th century.’”
Additionally, Americans were skeptical about the expertise of climate scientists.
Just 33 percent of those surveyed said that climate scientists understand “very well” whether global climate change is happening, another 39 percent said climate scientists understand this “fairly well.” Twenty-seven percent of those surveyed say climate scientists don’t understand this “too well” or don’t understand it at all.
When it comes to the causes of global climate change only 28 percent say climate scientists understand them “very well” while 31 percent say the scientists understand them “not too well” or “not at all.”
Additionally, Americans seemed to lack trust in climate scientists’ solutions to climate change. Only 19 percent say climate scientists understand very well the best ways to address climate change, and 35 percent say the scientists understand this not too well or not at all.
Americans also don’t trust the news media’s coverage of climate change. Forty-seven percent of those surveyed say the media does a “good job” covering global climate change, while 51% say they do a “bad job.”
Hillary’s choice for VP loses CNN poll that was stacked with more Democrats than Republicans …
Just how bad and annoying was Sen. Tim Kaine (D-VA), Hillary Clinton’s choice for VP last night during the one and only Vice Presidential debate? As reported at The Hill, Kaine lost a CNN poll 48% to 42% to his GOP rival Gov. Mike Pence (R-IN). Making it worse for Clinton and Kaine, the Democrat VP lost in a poll that had many more Democrat respondents than Republicans. Which means the poll should have been more like 55% to 35%. Mike Pence looked like the adult at the table as Democrat Kaine appeared to be nothing more than an annoying bully interrupting both Pence and the CBS moderator all night long. Think about that America, if something was ever to happen to Clinton, as her health ha been in question, this lunatic Tim Kaine could be your president. Meanwhile, Mike Pence was even, steady and presidential.
Indiana Gov. Mike Pence (R) was the winner of Tuesday’s vice presidential debate with Sen. Tim Kaine (D-Va.), according to a CNN/ORC instant poll taken immediately after.
The poll found 48 percent saying Pence performed better and 42 percent saying they thought Kaine won.
Forty-three percent of respondents thought Kaine did worse than they expected. Pence’s performance exceeded 67 percent of viewers’ expectations.
CNN said slightly more Democrats were watching the debate than Republicans, which was reflected in the respondents.
Breitbart/Gravis State Polls of Likely Voters Have Minnesota, Pennsylvania, and North Carolina All Tied Up
COULD MINNESOTA REALLY BE A PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION BATTLEGROUND STATE IN 2016?
According to the most recent Breitbart/Gravis state polls, Minnesota, Pennsylvania and North Carolina are virtual ties and within the margin of error. Could it really be possible that Minnesota, a state that Obama won handily in 2008 and 2012, could be up for grabs in 2016? The same could be said for Pennsylvania. However, if true that a dark blue state like Minnesota is in play, it is no wonder why Team Hillary is sweating this out.
In Minnesota, Clinton and Trump are tied with each having 43 percent of the vote, said Doug Kaplan, the managing director of Gravis Marketing, the Florida-based polling firm that executed the poll.
In Pennsylvania, Clinton leads Trump with 46 percent to his 43 percent, and in North Carolina the former first lady leads Trump 44 percent to the New York City developer’s 43 percent, he said.
Before unlikely voters were filtered out of the sample population, the results were similar with candidates tied in Minnesota and Clinton up one point in North Carolina and up two points in Pennsylvania.
Democratic pollster Patrick Caddell told Breitbart News: “Trump is closing everywhere and states that have not been in play are coming into play, like Minnesota.”
Caddell said those states that had been considered battleground states are not moving as fast, but all are inside the margin of error.