L.A. Times: Trump +5; Ohio: Trump +10


#1

graphics.latimes.com/usc-presidential-poll-dashboard/

Redneck Analytics:

realclearpolitics.com/epolls/2016/president/oh/ohio_trump_vs_clinton_vs_johnson_vs_stein-5970.html


#2

Those are promising, but it all depends on who shows up to vote!


#3

It’s improving by the HOUR for Trump!


#4

This poll has been an outlier the entire election season. Even the conservative news network FOX News does not use it in its poll of polling average. FOX’s Bret Baier explained recently it does not meet FOX standards because it is an online panel, not a live interview survey, and merely contacts the same voters over and over. And it also weights its sample according to how people say they voted in 2012.


#5

Nate Silver “corrects” this poll to a tie.

projects.fivethirtyeight.com/2016-election-forecast/updates/


#6

Just because Fox News does not include it, does not mean the poll is inaccurate. By the way, multiple people on Fox News, I believe, cite this poll, which is slightly ironic. Regarding the poll from 2012:

The poll was one of the most accurate of the year. It predicted that President Obama would be reelected with a margin of victory of 3.32 percentage points. He won by 3.85 points. Most other polls underestimated Obama’s margin by more than that. The 2012 poll was done for the RAND Corp. RAND is doing its own, completely separate, poll this year that uses a somewhat different methodology.

google.co.uk/amp/www.latimes.com/politics/la-na-pol-poll-faq-20161006-snap-story,amp.html?client=safari


#7

These are more accurate. It has HRC up between 1-7 points.
realclearpolitics.com/epolls/latest_polls/president/


#8

This is 538 Nate Silver projection at 1:50PM central time

HRC 68.3%
Trump 31.6%%
Trump has been falling since Saturday

projects.fivethirtyeight.com/2016-election-forecast/


#9

Lol, I wouldn’t say conservative news network. Maybe right leaning! :wink:


#10

Falling since Sat doesn’t sound like improving by the hour for him.


#11

Is this the same Nate Silver who never predicted Trump to win the primaries and who only joked that Cubs would win the World Series? In fact he put trump winning the white house at better odds than the Cubs winning.


#12

And remember Brexit!!!

Can’t wait till tomorrow night.


#13

NBC’s final electoral map shows Hillary Clinton holds a substantial lead over Donald Trump with one day before Election Day. Clinton has 274 electoral votes in her column – which is unchanged from last week, and which also is more than the 270 needed to win the Presidency. Trump, meanwhile, is at 170 electoral votes, down from 180 last week. And they have 94 electoral votes in the tossup column.

Georgia has been moved back into the tossups from leaning Republican. The only remaining tossups now include FL, NC, OH, NH, AZ. GA. If this is the case, the only way the Republicans can recapture the White House after 8 yrs of Barack Obama, is for Trump to win out perfectly by winning every single one of the tossups and then in addition having to win a state such as PA or MI or another considered to be leaning blue.

nbcnews.com/storyline/2016-election-day/nbc-s-final-battleground-map-shows-clinton-edge-n678926


#14

A Lie often repeated becomes the truth.

Gotta admire the Dems . They were able to create and sustain a grassroots campaign that started in 2007 and continues today. Under the guise of ‘Liberalism’ they have propagated Socialism, Alternate families and distrust of Christianity. Indoctrination in the Universities started decades ago.

Where did the Tea party movement go?

Trump did try, but how much can you work against the media, celebrities and also shooting yourself in the mouth now and then.

Anyway God works for our good and we must trust in him. Even if we the church be persecuted soon.(Which is coming if and when HRC wins).

All of this are ‘fruits’ of the Russian Revolution , however since Russia was not consecrated in time , her errors have spread throughout the world


#15

" The Tea Party movement is pretty much dead now, but it didn’t die a natural death. It was murdered—and it was an inside job. In a half decade, the spontaneous uprising that shook official Washington degenerated into a form of pyramid scheme that transferred tens of millions of dollars from rural, poorer Southerners and Midwesterners to bicoastal political operatives."

“Trump has co-opted the remnants. What was left of the Tea Party split for a while between Trump and, while he was still in the race, Ted Cruz, who was backed by Jenny Beth Martin, co-founder and national coordinator of the Tea Party Patriots. In 2014, the Tea Party Patriots group spent just 10 percent of the $14.4 million it collected actually supporting candidates, with the rest going to consultants and vendors and Martin’s hefty salary of $15,000 per month; in all, she makes an estimated $450,000 a year from her Tea Party-related ventures. Today, of course, it’s all about Trump, but Trump rallies are only Trump rallies, not Tea Party rallies that he assumed control of. There are no more Tea Party rallies.”

“A recent poll showed that just 17 percent of Americans support what was once known as the Tea Party—the lowest number ever.”

politico.com/magazine/story/2016/08/tea-party-pacs-ideas-death-214164


#16

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