Clinton tops Trump in early exit polls in ground game

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Help ya sleep better, Jimbo?
 

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When I first saw the first exit poll results, I shook my head. They made no sense.

I was proven right.
 
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Early exit poll: Clinton tops Trump in ground game

We have been saying this since day one. Comrade Trump though his whacky rallies could take the place of a solid ground game. It didn't.
How you doing Jim Bob? Looks like you got this wrong.

What have I said about polls? You can't rely on them.
That's what I've been saying all along. There were too many polls, most were virtually guaranteeing a solid Clinton win. I said repeatedly that it would be a close election and I was right.

Trump ran away with the electoral vote which gave him the presidency but the popular vote is almost a tie, and Clinton may actually end up getting the majority of the popular vote when everything is counted.
 

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Early exit poll: Clinton tops Trump in ground game

We have been saying this since day one. Comrade Trump though his whacky rallies could take the place of a solid ground game. It didn't.
How you doing Jim Bob? Looks like you got this wrong.

What have I said about polls? You can't rely on them.
That's what I've been saying all along. There were too many polls, most were virtually guaranteeing a solid Clinton win. I said repeatedly that it would be a close election and I was right.

Trump ran away with the electoral vote which gave him the presidency but the popular vote is almost a tie, and Clinton may actually end up getting the majority of the popular vote when everything is counted.
Last week, I caught Gingrich on a show, I was in the middle of nowhere but he said that the polls were all neck and neck, however California was 21% ahead in the polls there. His logic was that if you took out California, the rest of the country would lean Trump. I pretty much dismissed the idea. I'm thinking now he was right on the money.
 
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Help ya sleep better, Jimbo?
I sleep fine. It is politics. Sometime you win, sometimes you lose. Its life. But thanks for your concern.:biggrin:
 

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Blacks didnt come out to vote like they did for O

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Now that all the votes have been counted, Trump won Arizona and won the popular vote too.
 

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