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ABC Changes Party ID weighting from D+9 to D+10 in Latest Poll

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ABC ^ | 31 Oct 2016 | oblomov

Posted on 10/31/2016, 9:10:15 AM by oblomov

Still, the poll has Clinton 46% Trump 45% JOHNSON 4% STEIN 2%.

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That's representative sampling, Vigi. There are more dems than pubs.
 

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Dumbass, how does a 1% difference in poll help Hillary? Does it get her more votes?

What gain is there for ABC to inaccurately predict other than losing credibility?

In last election
ABC News/Wash Post POLL: 11/1 - 11/4 2345 LV 2.5 50 47 Obama +3%

Result

Obama/Biden 50.6% (332) Romney/Ryan 47.8% (206) - Obama +2.8%

In other words ABC polling was ridiculously accurate.
 
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Dumbass, how does a 1% difference in poll help Hillary? Does it get her more votes?

What gain is there for ABC to inaccurately predict other than losing credibility?
Scumsucker she got 1% more Dimwits like you, and the poll didn't change....Logically, something you know nothing about, it should be tied!..your suck up has been noted!
 

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Dumbass, how does a 1% difference in poll help Hillary? Does it get her more votes?

What gain is there for ABC to inaccurately predict other than losing credibility?

When one candidate is ahead in the polls it tends to be easier to get their vote out. People who are voting for the winning candidate tend to show up more and be happy. People supporting the losing candidate are more likely to not show up in frustration.

How does someone like you who is so into politics not know that? I mean seriously
 

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RCP is at 82, and 538 (which I think is more reliable) at 77.8
 

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That's representative sampling, Vigi. There are more dems than pubs.

You didn't understand his post

Almost all the Dems are brainwashed up to the brain damage, they can't understand simple things and differ sh*t from shinola.
And those dummies with the help of traitors+illegals+dead people may decide the future of the country. How sad and what a shame..
 

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Dumbass, how does a 1% difference in poll help Hillary? Does it get her more votes?

What gain is there for ABC to inaccurately predict other than losing credibility?

When one candidate is ahead in the polls it tends to be easier to get their vote out. People who are voting for the winning candidate tend to show up more and be happy. People supporting the losing candidate are more likely to not show up in frustration.

How does someone like you who is so into politics not know that? I mean seriously


Made up bullshit, 1% makes just about no difference and if anything slight deficit can motivate people to get off of couch and go vote.

Here is a list of samples from (ridiculously accurate) ABC polling across multiple days of polling in 2012 election:

901. Generally speaking, do you usually think of yourself as (a Democrat), (a Republican), an independent or what?

Democrat Republican Independent Other (vol.) No opinion
11/4/12 LV 35 29 32 3 1
11/3/12 LV 33 29 34 3 1
11/2/12 LV 33 29 34



Washington Post-ABC News Poll (washingtonpost.com)

Note the 2% jump for Democrats from day to day, which ACCURATELY predicted outcome.
 
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Dumbass, how does a 1% difference in poll help Hillary? Does it get her more votes?

What gain is there for ABC to inaccurately predict other than losing credibility?

When one candidate is ahead in the polls it tends to be easier to get their vote out. People who are voting for the winning candidate tend to show up more and be happy. People supporting the losing candidate are more likely to not show up in frustration.

How does someone like you who is so into politics not know that? I mean seriously


Made up bullshit, 1% makes just about no difference and if anything slight deficit can motivate people to get off of couch and go vote.

Here is a list of samples from (ridiculously accurate) ABC polling across multiple days of polling in 2012 election:

901. Generally speaking, do you usually think of yourself as (a Democrat), (a Republican), an independent or what?

Democrat Republican Independent Other (vol.) No opinion
11/4/12 LV 35 29 32 3 1
11/3/12 LV 33 29 34 3 1
11/2/12 LV 33 29 34



Washington Post-ABC News Poll (washingtonpost.com)

Note the 2% jump for Democrats from day to day, which ACCURATELY predicted outcome.

Illogical, and with anyone that thinks, a change of 2% would show up in a next day poll, proving these numbers, and it seems that they all do this, is manipulated to anywhere you want to put the results!
 

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Dumbass, how does a 1% difference in poll help Hillary? Does it get her more votes?

What gain is there for ABC to inaccurately predict other than losing credibility?

When one candidate is ahead in the polls it tends to be easier to get their vote out. People who are voting for the winning candidate tend to show up more and be happy. People supporting the losing candidate are more likely to not show up in frustration.

How does someone like you who is so into politics not know that? I mean seriously


Made up bullshit, 1% makes just about no difference and if anything slight deficit can motivate people to get off of couch and go vote.

Here is a list of samples from (ridiculously accurate) ABC polling across multiple days of polling in 2012 election:

901. Generally speaking, do you usually think of yourself as (a Democrat), (a Republican), an independent or what?

Democrat Republican Independent Other (vol.) No opinion
11/4/12 LV 35 29 32 3 1
11/3/12 LV 33 29 34 3 1
11/2/12 LV 33 29 34



Washington Post-ABC News Poll (washingtonpost.com)

Note the 2% jump for Democrats from day to day, which ACCURATELY predicted outcome.

Illogical, and with anyone that thinks, a change of 2% would show up in a next day poll, proving these numbers, and it seems that they all do this, is manipulated to anywhere you want to put the resultd@

Why the fuck not? You do realize that polls are statistics based and have margins of error, don't you?
 

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As another poster said earlier....

Stick a fork in the fascist fucktard hitlery.....she's done.....
 

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But %s these days do show up quickly, and the movement vigi wants is not there. Maybe tomorrow, Maybe day after, but not yet.
 
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Dumbass, how does a 1% difference in poll help Hillary? Does it get her more votes?

What gain is there for ABC to inaccurately predict other than losing credibility?

When one candidate is ahead in the polls it tends to be easier to get their vote out. People who are voting for the winning candidate tend to show up more and be happy. People supporting the losing candidate are more likely to not show up in frustration.

How does someone like you who is so into politics not know that? I mean seriously


Made up bullshit, 1% makes just about no difference and if anything slight deficit can motivate people to get off of couch and go vote.

Here is a list of samples from (ridiculously accurate) ABC polling across multiple days of polling in 2012 election:

901. Generally speaking, do you usually think of yourself as (a Democrat), (a Republican), an independent or what?

Democrat Republican Independent Other (vol.) No opinion
11/4/12 LV 35 29 32 3 1
11/3/12 LV 33 29 34 3 1
11/2/12 LV 33 29 34



Washington Post-ABC News Poll (washingtonpost.com)

Note the 2% jump for Democrats from day to day, which ACCURATELY predicted outcome.

Illogical, and with anyone that thinks, a change of 2% would show up in a next day poll, proving these numbers, and it seems that they all do this, is manipulated to anywhere you want to put the resultd@

Why the fuck not? You do realize that polls are statistics based and have margins of error, don't you?
And changing the internals is tantamount to changing the outcome. I see this logic is hard for you!
 

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Dumbass, how does a 1% difference in poll help Hillary? Does it get her more votes?

What gain is there for ABC to inaccurately predict other than losing credibility?

When one candidate is ahead in the polls it tends to be easier to get their vote out. People who are voting for the winning candidate tend to show up more and be happy. People supporting the losing candidate are more likely to not show up in frustration.

How does someone like you who is so into politics not know that? I mean seriously


Made up bullshit, 1% makes just about no difference and if anything slight deficit can motivate people to get off of couch and go vote.

Here is a list of samples from (ridiculously accurate) ABC polling across multiple days of polling in 2012 election:

901. Generally speaking, do you usually think of yourself as (a Democrat), (a Republican), an independent or what?

Democrat Republican Independent Other (vol.) No opinion
11/4/12 LV 35 29 32 3 1
11/3/12 LV 33 29 34 3 1
11/2/12 LV 33 29 34



Washington Post-ABC News Poll (washingtonpost.com)

Note the 2% jump for Democrats from day to day, which ACCURATELY predicted outcome.

Illogical, and with anyone that thinks, a change of 2% would show up in a next day poll, proving these numbers, and it seems that they all do this, is manipulated to anywhere you want to put the resultd@

Why the fuck not? You do realize that polls are statistics based and have margins of error, don't you?
And changing the internals is tantamount to changing the outcome. I see this logic is hard for you!

What changing of internals?

IT IS A FUCKING QUESTION IN THE POLL.

In 2012 you would have claimed that 2% jump is indication of bias that results in over-estimating Obama's lead - BUT IT WASN'T, the poll was spot on.
 
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When one candidate is ahead in the polls it tends to be easier to get their vote out. People who are voting for the winning candidate tend to show up more and be happy. People supporting the losing candidate are more likely to not show up in frustration.

How does someone like you who is so into politics not know that? I mean seriously


Made up bullshit, 1% makes just about no difference and if anything slight deficit can motivate people to get off of couch and go vote.

Here is a list of samples from (ridiculously accurate) ABC polling across multiple days of polling in 2012 election:

901. Generally speaking, do you usually think of yourself as (a Democrat), (a Republican), an independent or what?

Democrat Republican Independent Other (vol.) No opinion
11/4/12 LV 35 29 32 3 1
11/3/12 LV 33 29 34 3 1
11/2/12 LV 33 29 34



Washington Post-ABC News Poll (washingtonpost.com)

Note the 2% jump for Democrats from day to day, which ACCURATELY predicted outcome.

Illogical, and with anyone that thinks, a change of 2% would show up in a next day poll, proving these numbers, and it seems that they all do this, is manipulated to anywhere you want to put the resultd@

Why the fuck not? You do realize that polls are statistics based and have margins of error, don't you?
And changing the internals is tantamount to changing the outcome. I see this logic is hard for you!

What changing of internals?

IT IS A FUCKING QUESTION IN THE POLL.

I had pointed out internals, not questions!
 

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