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  • Poll: Most see a Hillary Clinton victory and a fair count ahead

    10/25/2016 10:41:05 AM PDT · 58 of 88
    ctpsb to Jacob Kell

    The thousandth Clinton News Network psy-ops attempt.

  • Hugh Hewitt said that the presidential race was over last Monday, today he's saying the opposite

    10/25/2016 8:58:46 AM PDT · 30 of 44
    ctpsb to RooRoobird20

    Hewitt has been off my radio listening for months now. Every once in a while I’ll tune in and when I do it’s still basically Trump’s doing it all wrong BUT he (Hewitt’s) still supporting him basically for SCOTUS only the proceeds to criticize and/or lament Trump some more.

  • Latino voters are showing up in 'unprecedented' numbers in Florida early voting

    10/25/2016 8:48:30 AM PDT · 17 of 72
    ctpsb to Brilliant

    I’m sorry and maybe I’m missing something but how in the world can there be a way to accurately measure how many Latinos have shown up for early voting? Last time I checked voter registration cards don’t show race or ethnicity.

    And please don’t tell me what precincts are from what neighborhoods because most early voting locations are in high traffic areas so it could just as easily be a white person at the mall for example.

  • VANITY: YUUUUUUUUGE Early Voting Line in Broward County

    10/24/2016 9:09:13 AM PDT · 97 of 119
    ctpsb to ctpsb

    Also Orange County a Democrat majority county:

    “Just returned from Early Voting in East Orlando, just South of UCF (2nd largest college campus in the US). This polling place is in a very diverse area since much of surrounding area is students and working class families. When we vote here in 2012, the lines were better than 90 black folks with Church Vans in operation and huge coordination efforts happening. Today the lines were mixed with maybe 1/2 white, very few Millennials, 1/4 Hispanic and 1/4 black. In 2012 I was completely blown away with the demographics, today is was very very different. It was about a 45 minute wait.”

  • VANITY: YUUUUUUUUGE Early Voting Line in Broward County

    10/24/2016 9:04:39 AM PDT · 95 of 119
    ctpsb to varina davis; dp0622; VanDeKoik; PJ-Comix; Nicojones; UKrepublican; Reagan79; rb22982; wyowolf

    “Just returned from voting in Citrus County, Florida, and clerks said it was the busiest they’ve seen for first day early voting. No long lines, but a steady parade of early voters. Most looked very happy -— whatever that may mean.”

    “Early voting tweet from Sarasota:
    Long lines for #earlyvoting at the Clerk of Courts office in Sarasota. Candidate Alex Miller greets voters.— Katherine Ferrara (@katiejwriter) October 24, 2016

    The point here is to look at the big picture. It also appears there’s BIG turnout in the above mentioned Republican counties as well. So turnout appears to be high everywhere on this first day of FL early voting.

    It just would seem to me taking into account the enthusiasm gap that higher turnout overall benefits Trump acknowledging that many are indeed coming out to vote against him.

    My opinion FWIW.

  • Florida Absentee Ballot update, 10/24/2016

    10/24/2016 7:05:49 AM PDT · 6 of 21
    ctpsb to LS

    Good point.

    I don’t believe many are putting much stock in the Axiom Strategies Battleground County poll. Not sure why as it seems very accurate and Trump has been showing between a 1% - 3% lead in Hillsborough County.

  • USC Dornsife/LA Times Poll: 10/19 -- Trump - . 8 , Clinton + .6

    10/19/2016 6:23:33 AM PDT · 67 of 76
    ctpsb to TheStickman; fortheDeclaration

    ““He needs to move on to the issues and drop the personal stuff.”

    Perhaps if you watched his rallies or read the transcripts of his speeches you would know he has been doing what you “wish” all along.

    Vote Trump 2016”

    Thank you. Couldn’t have said it better myself. I tell so many of the “Trump needs to stick to the issues crowd” that he is. Listen to any rally or speech and that is all he does. His twitter is to respond to personal attacks and falsehoods. You don’t post 10 point plans on twitter. That’s what his web site and Facebook is for (which by the way does have his issues).

    The Propaganda Ministry creates the impression that he doesn’t stick to the issues by not sticking to the issues!!

  • Trump prepared to give ‘whatever resources needed’ to win Virginia

    10/17/2016 11:00:45 AM PDT · 19 of 43
    ctpsb to IVAXMAN

    “”He’s not going to win Virginia. With three weeks to go he would be better off spending his money in states like Ohio, Florida, and North Carolina where he has a far better chance of winning.”

    I will let Trump be the judge of that, he has internal polling we don’t have access to. If he did not think it was close he would not waste money.”

    Thank you. I love how he/she makes that statement with such authority of not winning PA with no evidence cited whatsoever.

  • Florida Absentee Ballot update, 10/17/2016

    10/17/2016 7:56:46 AM PDT · 14 of 23
    ctpsb to SpeedyInTexas

    “In Cuyahoga county in Ohio (Cleveland area), DEM absentee ballot requests are down from 119k in 2012 to 73k today. Iowa DEM absentee numbers are way off their 2012 pace.

    For some reason, that isn’t the case in Florida. At least yet. The hurricane could be a cause. It may simply be that more DEM voters are switching from in-person early voting and election day voting to absentee voting.

    In-person early voting starts in Florida in 1 week. Then we can track absentee voting and in-person early voting numbers. That will give a better insight.”

    Thank you for analyzing this. It seems like good news in Iowa and Ohio but not in Florida. It just doesn’t seem to add up.

    FWIW I think the hurricane really did affect the early absentee ballots in NC and FL. That southern FL (heavy Dem area) was basically untouched and northern FL (heavy rep area) was pounded probably explains these close numbers at this point. Same thing seems to be in NC (if not even worse than FL) as they even just today are just recovering from the storms there.

    Also it may be that many dems and independents are voting Trump. From what I’ve gathered it also appears many, many Trump supporters are going to vote on Election Day for fear of vote fraud both in terms of not letting the dems know how many votes need to be manufactured ahead of time and not trusting the absentee ballot process.

    I’ve also heard the “reverse Operation Chaos” theory [i.e. many FL dems registered as rep to vote for Trump believing Trump was the weakest gop candidate] but if that’s true the gop absentee ballots should still be further ahead if these “fake gop” voters were turning in their ballots added to the absentee ballot lead the gop had in 2012.

    I find it hard to believe that the gop would’ve netted an additional 263,000 registrations, had record primary turnout, be apparently doing well in IA and OH early voting and still not eventually win in FL.

    Again just my opinion FWIW.

  • NEWS: Trump campaign planning to pull out of VA, sources tell NBC News.

    10/13/2016 8:14:36 AM PDT · 52 of 115
    ctpsb to lilypad

    “I heard Laura Ingram say thiat Trump is pulling out her show this morning.”

    I love Laura and she is probably one of the most individuals responsible for this current Trump movement but she seems quick to embrace bad news for Trump lately. FWIW.

    Right now (11:14 am EDT) a caller on her show is insisting that this is yet another MSM lie/spin. He apparently is a Trump volunteer in VA and says their plans to register and follow up to get Trump supporters to vote is fully in force as before. Again FWIW.

  • Trump's Campaign Is 'Pulling Out of Virginia'

    10/13/2016 6:31:11 AM PDT · 122 of 131
    ctpsb to gathersnomoss

    “I was listening to AM 820 in Richmond at 8:30 this morning. A Trump spokesperson said that this IS a lie. Trump Is In! Do NOT automatically believe the MSM. They lie!”

    Happy to hear that and thought that was the case but I can’t seem to find any other source citing this. Not even anything from Trump’s website, FB or twitter or anywhere else. This “news” came out last night and usually Trump’s team is on top of it if it’s false.

    Hopefully they refute this soon if it’s not true.

  • Nearly 100,000 Pennsylvania Voters Switch From Democrat To Republican

    10/12/2016 5:10:53 PM PDT · 41 of 47
    ctpsb to Undecided 2012

    so basically you’re saying it will never be stopped so always lose Pennsylvania? I’m sorry I just don’t buy that. We need to go in groups of poll Watchers and video cameras and make sure it’s all called out in advance so there’s people ready to record it right away if the vote fraud starts with’s about being prepared and a little bit courageous.

  • Nearly 100,000 Pennsylvania Voters Switch From Democrat To Republican

    10/12/2016 5:10:46 PM PDT · 40 of 47
    ctpsb to Undecided 2012

    so basically you’re saying it will never be stopped so always lose Pennsylvania? I’m sorry I just don’t buy that. We need to go in groups of poll Watchers and video cameras and make sure it’s all called out in advance so there’s people ready to record it right away if the vote fraud starts with’s about being prepared and a little bit courageous.

  • (TWITTER) Insider Says GOP Coup Attempt Thwarted

    10/12/2016 6:13:32 AM PDT · 209 of 261
    ctpsb to DH

    “You wrote “I hope Trump wins, but I am looking at the Real Clear Politics polls and it doesn’t look promising. Trump is 6 to 10 points behind.”

    How do you know he’s 6-10 points behind. How do they know it too? How does anyone in the slanted “survey” business know anything?

    Stop and think: Has any poll come to YOU and asked your opinion? I would say safely that most conservative voters have NEVER been approached by these “so called” survey agencies. They wallow in good feeding grounds like government, scholastic, educational and college areas, large special interest groups like all “man hating” organizations like women’s groups, ethnic hate societies against the “white devils” and demented sexual orientation focused groups. They don’t survey the standard hard working American voter who is paying dearly in both money and freedoms to support their liberal causes. DON’T BELIEVE FOR A MINUTE THAT THE MINISTRY OF PROPAGANDA DOES NOT EXIST!

    Have they asked you about your choice? Have they asked even a tiny number of those on this forum? Have they asked anyone you know of who they will be supporting? I think if we truly are included in conservative circles the answer will be a resounding NO!”


    I’ve said several times now that the media is always biased towards the dems every election so the years the dems win the polls are right and the years they don’t the polls are wrong yet they move on their merry way and act as if they were never wrong. Basically a broken clock is right twice a day. So ignore the polls they will always be biased whether the republican is ahead or behind.

  • (TWITTER) Insider Says GOP Coup Attempt Thwarted

    10/12/2016 6:08:24 AM PDT · 208 of 261
    ctpsb to GrandJediMasterYoda

    Joe Scarborough: NBC Poll Showing Donald Trump Losing Badly Was ‘Cooked’

  • Trump declares war on GOP, says ‘the shackles have been taken off’

    10/11/2016 8:18:00 PM PDT · 90 of 141
    ctpsb to kiryandil

    “See my post #74. :)”


    Amazing that republican base were always upset because the gop nominee wouldn’t fight back then when one fights back it’s said that the fighting back will cause them to lose.

  • Poll finds Virginia Beach voters are evenly split between Trump and Clinton

    10/11/2016 8:13:32 PM PDT · 13 of 24
    ctpsb to LS

    “So, good news is it’s a tie, bad news is Trump for now is about 10 points behind Minion?

    (Not that I believe polls)”

    Actually Romney won Virginia Beach by 2.5% but with 50.6% so about on pace with 2012


    In Axiom battleground poll Loudoun County went for Obama in 2012 by 4.5% but in last poll Clinton showed ahead by 2%.

  • Trump declares war on GOP, says ‘the shackles have been taken off’

    10/11/2016 8:01:20 PM PDT · 76 of 141
    ctpsb to comebacknewt

    “The Uniparty will not allow Trump to win. Period.

    And the American people are too in love with free stuff and political correctness to do what needs to be done.

    I had hoped all of this would be resolved peacefully. I’m no longer confident of that at all.”

    Hold on......let’s try to win the election. Don’t disagree that the American people love the free stuff but let’s not give up too easily.

  • Trump declares war on GOP, says ‘the shackles have been taken off’

    10/11/2016 7:58:34 PM PDT · 75 of 141
    ctpsb to CatOwner

    “He’s on his own. Whatever he says won’t be accurately stated in most of the MSM. He’s pissed them off, and while it did please me at the time, is now coming home to roost. The MSM will get Hillary elected whether we like it or not.
    Starting to regret the decision I made over a decade ago to cut back drinking alcohol to infrequent occasions ...”

    So basically he nor any gop should ever fight back because then that will really make the propaganda ministry mad and they’ll make sure that that gop-er won’t get elected (as if they don’t try to do that with all their power anyway).

    So why even try to win any election then because if a republican even tries then the MSM will make sure they don’t so by definition no gop would ever win?

  • Trumpocrats Announce One Million Former Democrats Have Signed Up to Vote for Trump

    10/11/2016 7:52:16 PM PDT · 69 of 91
    ctpsb to CapitalistCrusader

    “Did you see Brett Baier tonight? He gave NV, CO, OH and PA to Hitlery. I’m just not seeing it that way.

    Am I delusional?

    Am I spending too much on FReeping?”

    Seriously you really need to just think of Fox News (except for Hannity and maybe O’Reilly) in the same vein as the rest of the propaganda ministry (though reflexively I know it’s hard to do).

    If one looks back on it Fox for the most part hasn’t really been that conservative. It’s just that they (until now) at least pretended that they were trying to be balanced. But I even remember as far back as 2006 they seemed very excited to announce the dems winning back Congress after 6 years and even more excited in 2008 when Obama won the first time.

    Now they are all in with establishment.

  • At San Antonio Fundraiser, Trump Mocks Paul Ryan

    10/11/2016 2:16:06 PM PDT · 17 of 36
    ctpsb to stanne

    Why campaign in Texas?


    “alo Alto, California (CNN)Hillary Clinton raised over $19 million during a three-day, nine fundraiser swing through California this week,.....”

  • USC Dornsife/LA Times Poll: 10/7 -- Trump Down .4, Clinton Up 1.0

    10/07/2016 9:32:27 AM PDT · 96 of 121
    ctpsb to Proudcongal

    “I’m in Florida and see a few Trump ads, but am bombarded by Hillary ads. And I am receiving a bunch of flyers in the mail from the democrat party. Nothing from Trump or the republican party or pacs. Still, at least up until now, her ads haven’t seemed to make a lot of difference. But what has happened over the last couple days that Trump has lost ground nationally? His numbers seemed to have gone up right after the Pence/Kaine debate and suddenly he’s losing points.”

    Again though know no one wants to hear this I really really believe the polls are mostly manipulated. Theswild volatility of all of these polls make absolutely no sense.

    People just don’t change their minds that much that soon. Sorry just don’t buy it.


  • Emerson FL poll, odds & ends

    10/06/2016 10:54:44 AM PDT · 44 of 59
    ctpsb to LS

    “No, the totals are astounding. 1.088 MILLION Rs have requested ballots and 1/4 of all Republicans ALREADY have asked for ballots. I don’t recall the previous 2012 numbers but I’m pretty sure Rs are NOT behind pace.”

    I agree on the totals but if dems are not as much but staying close behind isn’t that a problem (if true which it may not be)?

    Thank you for your reply!

  • Emerson FL poll, odds & ends

    10/06/2016 9:24:50 AM PDT · 34 of 59
    ctpsb to ctpsb; LS

    sorry something happened upon the message posting

    should’ve said

    ***what the spread was in 2012 up to today’s date...

  • Emerson FL poll, odds & ends

    10/06/2016 9:22:58 AM PDT · 33 of 59
    ctpsb to LS

    “in FL where they are down 118,000 absentees and losing 43-36% in requests and much worse in actual returns;”

    Why do I see some obvious Hillary supporters stating that these republican absentee ballot requests are more than the final 79,000 republican margin in 2012 but that the actual 118,000 spread is actually behind what the pace of what the spread wa

    I believe they are gaslighting because there are no source citations but still just checking.

  • Emerson FL poll, odds & ends

    10/06/2016 9:15:47 AM PDT · 32 of 59
    ctpsb to Kenny

    I actually sent Laura an e-mail during the show this morning. I mentioned that she seems to be a little more pessimistic and down this week still partly due his last debate. Not sure why unless she knows something we don’t (hopefully not).

    I suggested to her IMHO that she should also publicize these polls showing Trump in good shape and/or leading. I understand she needs to cover all sides but it seems she’s just showing the bad lately (though I know her case it’s with good intentions).

  • Emerson FL poll, odds & ends

    10/06/2016 9:07:16 AM PDT · 30 of 59
    ctpsb to Williams

    And up 4 in Pennsylvania in the same poll.

    Let’s hope these are both true!!

  • Emerson FL poll, odds & ends

    10/06/2016 9:04:38 AM PDT · 28 of 59
    ctpsb to eekitsagreek

    Thank you.

    Something’s not right with these polls.

    I.e., Trump at 20% with Blacks and 42% with Hispanics but 2 points up or 49% with women but losing by one.

    Or down in battleground states but up nationally or up in Pennsylvania and Ohio, but down in Florida and up single digits in Texas.

    These conflicting patterns just don’t make sense.

  • Florida Absentee Ballot update, 10/04/2016

    10/05/2016 7:11:41 AM PDT · 30 of 30
    ctpsb to SpeedyInTexas

    OK thank you.

  • WikiLeaks’ Julian Assange On ‘Destroying’ Hillary Clinton: “There’s Been A Lot Of Misquoting”

    10/04/2016 2:02:17 PM PDT · 116 of 146
    ctpsb to TangledUpInBlue

    No Julian nobody is misquoting here.

    YOU made the big deal out of this announcement teasing for over a month. Please don’t try to be clever and change the narrative now.

    “Assange told Fox News anchor Megyn Kelly his team was “working around the clock” on “a lot of material” from Clinton’s election campaign - and claimed his findings were “significant”.

    He said Clinton - who has vowed to “run out the clock” on various controversial stories by ignoring calls for comment - may be “forced” to respond this time.”

  • NFL enduring unprecedented double-digit TV ratings drops this year

    10/04/2016 1:23:43 PM PDT · 130 of 144
    ctpsb to jjsheridan5

    “That happens a fair amount in football, as well. It is very noticeable when you stop watching for a decade or more, and then go back to it. Most plays in football are rather pointless. And when there is scoring, it is rarely out-of-the-blue, and loses some excitement as a result. By contrast, in soccer, a play can develop in seconds, and yield a flurry of excitement, without 10 minutes (real-time) in which a score of some kind is inevitable.

    I understand people not liking soccer. I also find many soccer matches to be quite dull. But what I cannot understand, now, is how anyone can watch football (and this is from someone who watched virtually every available football game for many years, into adulthood). And while soccer is often bad (football-level bad), it is also incredibly riveting at other times, and reaches a level that football only rarely reaches.”

    But the problem in soccer is that you can’t really see a play developing like you can in football. In football there are changes in field position, decisions to go for it on fourth down or kick a field goal or punt or TD, whether to field a team of size or speed.

    And again the scoring. There may be plays that develop excitement for a few second but then they’re over as compared to drive before a half, the game or after the other team scores. Constant drama — in soccer if there’s no score the ball just gets thrown back in. I agree for those few moments of a score or almost score is intense excitement because it happens so little.

    In football you could have high scores or low scores depending on the teams and the way the game develops, less predictable. In soccer the scores will usually be predictable and the same.

    BUT we’ll just have to agree to disagree. If you like soccer that’s cool.

  • NFL enduring unprecedented double-digit TV ratings drops this year

    10/04/2016 1:17:16 PM PDT · 128 of 144
    ctpsb to dfwgator

    “I admit, the quality of most World Cup and other International tournament play pales to that of the highest-level European Club soccer.

    Mainly because National teams don’t get all that much time to practice together and play together as a team.”

    But I’m talking about ANY soccer game. The World Cup seemed to have more energy in the crowds and announcers so I can only imagine watching when not during the World Cup.

    But I take your point that teams that are thrown together without much practice time together may play at a lower level. Teamwork and chemistry is a much overlooked part of any sport.

  • NFL enduring unprecedented double-digit TV ratings drops this year

    10/04/2016 1:12:49 PM PDT · 126 of 144
    ctpsb to dfwgator

    “And the day is fast approaching when the UEFA Champions League Final will rival the Super Bowl.”

    Maybe not that fast :

    3,652,000 combined viewers Fox English and Spanish for last year’s final.

    111,000,000 AVERAGE viewers, 167,000,000 Total viewers for last year’s Super Bowl 50.

  • NFL enduring unprecedented double-digit TV ratings drops this year

    10/04/2016 1:05:28 PM PDT · 124 of 144
    ctpsb to jjsheridan5

    “Soccer is just a better spectator sport. I grew up watching and playing football, and it used to be a cornerstone of Americana. But changes in the game combined with changes in the coverage have yielded something almost unwatchable. I have tried, in recent years, to get back into it, but it is like watching grass grow. Surprisingly, even though soccer has roughly the same amount of scoring (a little bit less, but then again they don’t give you seven points for a goal, so it is deceptive), there is a much greater proportion of actual excitement. Once you stop watching football, you realize that it is actually incredibly dull.

    With basketball going full thug-life, and football become a snooze-fest, baseball really would seem to be the only American sport that will retain its popularity over the long run”

    Sorry just can’t agree.

    Just can’t understand how one can say football is unwatchable or a snooeze-fest when compared to watching soccer — how is it riveting to watch the ball go back and forth across and up and down the field with no result?

    Seriously during the World Cup I watched many games with family and friends and could leave the room and when I was updated on what had taken place after coming back nothing really. The score was the same after 20 minutes at a time and no field position or men on base — just that the ball had moved around the soccer field as usual and was right back to where it had started when I left the room.

    Not saying football can’t use some adjustments such as too many commercials and long replay reviews (though I’m not sure what is meant by NBA going full thug-life) and getting away from the social justice warrior mentality, those sports are much more exciting and have situation changes than soccer ever will.

  • NFL enduring unprecedented double-digit TV ratings drops this year

    10/04/2016 12:57:43 PM PDT · 121 of 144
    ctpsb to ctpsb

    Sorry Messi’s jersey sales should’ve been 1.15 million.

  • NFL enduring unprecedented double-digit TV ratings drops this year

    10/04/2016 12:56:00 PM PDT · 119 of 144
    ctpsb to dfwgator; Berlin_Freeper; Obadiah; Arrian; beelzepug

    With all due respect I disagree with the soccer is catching on and is better than football angles.

    First of all soccer is again being shown this time as really, really ready to break into the big league as compared to all the other times is has also been described thusly. This has been said now for over 30 years with citations of youth soccer being popular. Youth soccer has been popular now for these same 30 years but professional soccer may be a little more popular now but even with the higher ratings of 33% the average attendance was 3,439 as compared to the NHL’s (considered America’s FOURTH most popular pro sports league) average attendance of 17,500 in spite of unchecked immigration from other countries [who are more likely to be soccer fans] the last few years.

    With all due apologies to Bo Jackson and LeBron James who also said he wouldn’t let his kids play football youth and those on this board who say football isn’t as popular as soccer youth football participation increased again last year to 1.23 million despite the media’s continued assault on the game.

    There will always be more youth soccer participation than football as 1.) Youth soccer numbers include girls and 2.) There is no equipment such as helmets to buy and is less physically dangerous for younger athletes and rightfully so most parents opt for this as a first option in youth sports.

    Don’t know how top NFL players’ jersey sales stack up to Lionel Messi’s Barcelona club jersey sales of 1.15 jerseys but the NFL had merchandise sales last year of 1.55 billion dollars.

    And while soccer has no commercials not sure if that’s good or bad but no offense if there was a commercial break one probably wouldn’t miss much as there would probably be no score or any other change of situation such as field position.

    Soccer is a physically demanding and difficult sport but just because people are mad at the NFL right now (and rightfully so as I also support the boycott until the NFL get’s its’ PR and Social Justice Warrior tendencies out of its’ system) I just am getting a little tired of the claims that soccer is now ready to take over America.

  • On the eve of the biggest debate of his life, Mike Pence just lost a big fight back at home

    10/04/2016 7:53:45 AM PDT · 26 of 55
    ctpsb to eyeamok

    Funny the courts don’t seem to hold the US government to its’ duty and the law to protect the borders but all of a sudden find the rule of law in this case.

  • SR1233 – Trump Leads Clinton by a Bigger Margin than Obama Beat Romney

    10/04/2016 7:31:14 AM PDT · 20 of 55
    ctpsb to GrandJediMasterYoda

    “We have to take into account election fraud though. Too many people in power want Trump to lose. He has to move way way ahead to overcome that.”

    We have to cross that bridge when it comes. For right now saying this prevents us from building the best vote totals for Trump we can by dispiriting everyone.

    This isn’t head in the sand. Fully acknowledge the dems use it (why are they so against voter ID and for early voting?) but for right now we have to concentrate on building a fraud-proof majority or as I’ve heard others say win outside the margin of fraud.

    It can be done but for everyone who does so to always post after a good Trump number “... yeah but voter fraud” prevents that margin from being built.

    Again if there is massive fraud that has to be up to us on Election Day and Trump’s campaign and the RNC to be prepared for it and act upon it if it happens. Until then we need to build the vote total as high as possible for Trump.

  • Florida Absentee Ballot update, 10/04/2016

    10/04/2016 7:23:37 AM PDT · 10 of 30
    ctpsb to SpeedyInTexas

    Are there absentee ballot figures only (not including early in-person voting) for Hillsborough only available for 2012?


    10/03/2016 8:08:37 PM PDT · 14 of 85
    ctpsb to Dick Bachert

    Sorry don’t agree.

    If Trump stays quiet then the lies become the truth. Notice Machado has no credibilty now? If Trump stays quiet the media keeps going on about it.

  • Qunnipiac Bloomberg Monmouth

    10/03/2016 2:49:58 PM PDT · 11 of 14
    ctpsb to Viper652

    In same feed though says D numbers down in NV:

    2008 final: Ds +100,000
    2012 final: Ds +90,000
    2016 likely final: Ds +80,000

  • Clinton Won Debate; Up In Florida, Down In Ohio, On Plus Side Of Close Races In,.. (trunc)

    10/03/2016 1:01:10 PM PDT · 50 of 81
    ctpsb to SpeedyInTexas

    “Before debates I predicted the pollsters would go to huge Dem oversamples after to give Hillary a win and that is EXACTLY what happened.”

    “ALL of the movement you are seeing to Clinton post-debate in polls can be attributed to enlarging the Democrat sample. Every damned bit.’

    “This week in 2012, Obama was up 3.6 in RAND Poll. This same week in the same poll Trump is up by 4.5”

    Your own post:

    UPI/CVoter poll: Donald Trump leads Hillary Clinton by 2.5 points

  • Trump is very flawed; no, that's not a reason to accept the damage a Hillary presidency would do

    10/03/2016 11:15:50 AM PDT · 25 of 28
    ctpsb to HangUpNow

    “Anyone else sick and tired of this “Trump-Is-Flawed” meme? As though it needs to be said as some kind of political penance for voting for Trump.
    Mitt Romney was a deeply and hypocritically “flawed” Republican; a phony elite; a bi-partisan back-stabbing liar; an unprincipled political transvestite; insincere, un-likeable, AND a coward who was bought. He never ran to win and BEAT 0bama.

    McCain? Add ALL of the above, PLUS his stupidity, collusion, treason, AND attention whoring was legendary.

    George W. Bush?

    Flawed beyond belief; And that was before we knew he knowingly turned the USA into a Police State days after 9/11; before he was exposed as obstructing justice and hiding Saudi involvement in 9/11; colluded to destroy US sovereignty by leaving the borders open after 9/11 and pushing for Amnesty; *before* he involved us in the Perpetual War in Iraq for phony reasons.

    And who knew George W. Bush was such a yuge fan of Bill and Hillary Clinton AND the 0bamas? How flawed would he have to be to be fully aware of 0bama’s subversive background and hatred of the USA, yet do NOTHING to stop him from accomplishing what no foreign army ever could in over 230 years; demolish and take down the US from within?

    However we DID know (and overlook) Dubya Bush lecturing ALL Americans to be tolerant and nice to adherents of the “RELIGION OF PEACE” days after Saudi-backed jihadists attacked the USA on his watch. And instead of advancing a conservative agenda when the GOP took control of both Houses, he took us BACKWARDS. Dubya Bush was the best friend Democrats and Muslims ever had.

    Ergo, George W was THE most “flawed” GOP Presidential candidate in history. Yet THE point again: Parroting the meme, “Trump-Is-Flawed” after having had had the previous three GOP globalist frauds shoved down out throats — without mentioning their “FLAWS” — is complete BS.

    NONE of the previous three flawed globalist puppets EVER stressed an “AMERICA-FIRST” policy as a priority. But all three of them enabled and guaranteed 0bama’s and the globalist elites trash our sovereignty.”

    AND ONE!!

    Great points!!!!!

  • (Monmouth) Poll: Clinton holds double-digit lead over Trump in Colorado

    10/03/2016 11:01:28 AM PDT · 35 of 110
    ctpsb to Zakeet

    “ALL of the movement you are seeing to Clinton post-debate in polls can be attributed to enlarging the Democrat sample. Every damned bit.”

    “Before debates I predicted the pollsters would go to huge Dem oversamples after to give Hillary a win and that is EXACTLY what happened.”

    “Yes, it has become a comedy. The most recent Rueters poll had 32% more women than men.”

  • White House Watch: Clinton Widens Lead +3

    10/03/2016 8:35:30 AM PDT · 76 of 95
    ctpsb to ThinkingBuddha

    “ALL of the movement you are seeing to Clinton post-debate in polls can be attributed to enlarging the Democrat sample. Every damned bit.”

  • Hillary Clinton vs. Donald Trump in PA: 3 big surprises from CNN’s poll

    09/30/2016 12:55:31 PM PDT · 15 of 30
    ctpsb to 2ndDivisionVet

    Interesting analysis. But not sure agree with the conclusion. Why wouldn’t the trends/forces that are in play around the country putting other normally blue states into play not also be relevant in PA?

    For example granted every state is a little different from another but Ohio and PA mirror each other pretty closely the last few elections. PA is approxmately 2 to 3.5% more democrat than Ohio going back to 2000. If Trump is up average of +2% (and some consider that conservative) in Ohio that means Trump very well is too close to call or maybe a bit up in PA.

    Also the Axiom Strategies battleground poll shows Trump up by 15% in a county won by Obama in 2012 by 5%. If that trend holds throughout the state that SHOULD (I emphasize should) overcome Philly proper and its’ fraud (if it’s small).

  • Florida Absentee Ballot update, 09/30/2016

    09/30/2016 9:14:51 AM PDT · 20 of 29
    ctpsb to MNDude

    ““REPs lead in this category by 79,000 in 2012)”

    For all of 2012 or as of sep 30? How did the trends go for rest of the election?”

    It was for all of 2012 absentee ballots. These are not actual early voting at the polls which I believe starts on October 24th in Florida. So dems’ had a combined pre-election day lead in 2012 of 20,000 if my math is correct.

    Here is a much better and detailed explantion of that data in the following post :

  • Florida Absentee Ballot update, 09/30/2016

    09/30/2016 9:04:44 AM PDT · 19 of 29
    ctpsb to Sequoyah101

    “This doesn’t seem to be a very good predictor of outcome.”

    Why not?

  • Archaeologists unearth ancient gate-shrine in Israel [Psalm 85]

    09/30/2016 6:30:06 AM PDT · 6 of 6
    ctpsb to Jan_Sobieski

    Thank you for this post. I always enjoy collecting more pieces of evidence of God’s truth!!!!

  • ‘Missing’ White Voters Could Elect Trump. But First They Need To Register

    09/29/2016 5:12:14 PM PDT · 10 of 13
    ctpsb to tomkat

    Great point! I’m not sure if silver was trying to depress conservatives or might have had an honest oversight. The monster vote isn’t necessarily increased registrations rather all those who are already registered and haven’t voted. Also how many registered Democrats and then became unregistered or even registered Republicans to vote for Trump. And finally even in its own article he even mentioned some slight uptick in reservations in Battleground areas.

    Again I don’t know if this is an attempt by silver to Gaslight. Sometimes it seems he’s trying to give honest analysis and other times his liberalness seems to show through.