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Quinnipiac poll, Trump down 10 points ......51-41........in August 2016 to hilary clinton, Ask President Hilary how that turned out....

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This poll from 2016 was on August 25th...not August 1st............hilary broke the 50% mark with likely voters at that poing....

We should all wonder how President Hilary feels about those past polls and how it turned out for her...

In the battle of the unloved presidential candidates, Democrat Hillary Clinton tops the magical 50 percent mark among American likely voters, leading Republican Donald Trump 51 - 41 percent, according to a Quinnipiac University National poll released today.

When third party candidates are added to the mix, Clinton gets 45 percent with Trump at 38 percent, Libertarian Party candidate Gary Johnson at 10 percent and Green Party candidate Jill Stein at 4 percent, the independent Quinnipiac (KWIN-uh-pe-ack) University Poll finds. This survey of likely voters can not be compared with results of earlier surveys of registered voters.

Women and non-white voters propel Clinton in the head-to-head matchup. Women back her 60 - 36 percent. Men back Trump 48 - 42 percent. White voters back Trump 52 - 41 percent. Non-white voters back Clinton 77 - 15 percent.


A total of 44 percent of American likely voters like Clinton "a lot" or "a little," while 47 percent dislike her "a little" or "a lot," and 8 percent hate her.


That is one poll, not the average of polls back in August 2016 which showed Hillary ahead by a much smaller margin.

Plus Texas and Georgia were not battle ground states in 2016. In 2020, they are battle ground states:


Trump only ahead by .2% in Texas


Trump only ahead by 1.6% in Georgia.

Trump, let alone any Republican, can't win when they have to fight for Texas and Georgia.
Texas should be interesting

A state being ravaged by the latest wave of COVID is looking at poor decisions made by Gov Abbott and supported by Trump.
The numbers are so small compared to the normal all causes death rate that the effect is being blown way out of proportion by a jilted media. The nation is beginning to see the covid-19 economic downturn as a democratic gimmick being employed as leverage for the 2020 election cycle.
Nah, most people are seeing and realizing the country is in big trouble and preparing for a long hard road ahead, which means stockpiling goods and hoarding cash. Bad news for the economy.
 

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This poll from 2016 was on August 25th...not August 1st............hilary broke the 50% mark with likely voters at that poing....

We should all wonder how President Hilary feels about those past polls and how it turned out for her...

In the battle of the unloved presidential candidates, Democrat Hillary Clinton tops the magical 50 percent mark among American likely voters, leading Republican Donald Trump 51 - 41 percent, according to a Quinnipiac University National poll released today.

When third party candidates are added to the mix, Clinton gets 45 percent with Trump at 38 percent, Libertarian Party candidate Gary Johnson at 10 percent and Green Party candidate Jill Stein at 4 percent, the independent Quinnipiac (KWIN-uh-pe-ack) University Poll finds. This survey of likely voters can not be compared with results of earlier surveys of registered voters.

Women and non-white voters propel Clinton in the head-to-head matchup. Women back her 60 - 36 percent. Men back Trump 48 - 42 percent. White voters back Trump 52 - 41 percent. Non-white voters back Clinton 77 - 15 percent.


A total of 44 percent of American likely voters like Clinton "a lot" or "a little," while 47 percent dislike her "a little" or "a lot," and 8 percent hate her.


That is one poll, not the average of polls back in August 2016 which showed Hillary ahead by a much smaller margin.

Plus Texas and Georgia were not battle ground states in 2016. In 2020, they are battle ground states:


Trump only ahead by .2% in Texas


Trump only ahead by 1.6% in Georgia.

Trump, let alone any Republican, can't win when they have to fight for Texas and Georgia.
Texas should be interesting

A state being ravaged by the latest wave of COVID is looking at poor decisions made by Gov Abbott and supported by Trump.
The numbers are so small compared to the normal all causes death rate that the effect is being blown way out of proportion by a jilted media. The nation is beginning to see the covid-19 economic downturn as a democratic gimmick being employed as leverage for the 2020 election cycle.
Nah, most people are seeing and realizing the country is in big trouble and preparing for a long hard road ahead, which means stockpiling goods and hoarding cash. Bad news for the economy.
Buy lots of ammo and gold and move as far away from the city as humanly possible.
 

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Site ownership should create an election poll category... so we that know polls are ridiculous and have no interest in them can avoid leftist wanking over them, like they did in 2016. Lol

I'll admit it was hilarious the day after the election it was priceless they went flaccid... roflmao
Pay no attention to those polls they have NEVER predicted a race correctly

Sit-down, you annoy me flamer.

You went flaccid in 2016...I remember old man.

Your old dementia ridden old fool's mind is going, going, going.....

The US Economy is closer to 2008 than 2016 (actually much worse)
Republicans got hammered in 2008 and the polls were quite accurate
Hey asshole it's 2020. Economy is great. Capitalism is great.
NEGATIVE 33 GDP is great?
Chinese communist virus has hurt our economy. Democrats cheer for worse news. Typical.
 

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Quinnipiac poll, Trump down 10 points ......51-41........in August 2016 to hilary clinton, Ask President Hilary how that turned out....
Hoping for two anomalies in a row? Don't hold your breath. :abgg2q.jpg:
 

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Site ownership should create an election poll category... so we that know polls are ridiculous and have no interest in them can avoid leftist wanking over them, like they did in 2016. Lol

I'll admit it was hilarious the day after the election it was priceless they went flaccid... roflmao
Pay no attention to those polls they have NEVER predicted a race correctly

Sit-down, you annoy me flamer.

You went flaccid in 2016...I remember old man.

Your old dementia ridden old fool's mind is going, going, going.....

The US Economy is closer to 2008 than 2016 (actually much worse)
Republicans got hammered in 2008 and the polls were quite accurate
Hey asshole it's 2020. Economy is great. Capitalism is great.
NEGATIVE 33 GDP is great?
How has President Trump's nuts felt on your nose the last 3+ years?
 

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Site ownership should create an election poll category... so we that know polls are ridiculous and have no interest in them can avoid leftist wanking over them, like they did in 2016. Lol

I'll admit it was hilarious the day after the election it was priceless they went flaccid... roflmao
Pay no attention to those polls they have NEVER predicted a race correctly

Sit-down, you annoy me flamer.

You went flaccid in 2016...I remember old man.

Your old dementia ridden old fool's mind is going, going, going.....

The US Economy is closer to 2008 than 2016 (actually much worse)
Republicans got hammered in 2008 and the polls were quite accurate
Hey asshole it's 2020. Economy is great. Capitalism is great.
NEGATIVE 33 GDP is great?
Chinese communist virus has hurt our economy. Democrats cheer for worse news. Typical.
The TRUMPvirus is destroying his Presidency
150,000 dead and counting
 

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Site ownership should create an election poll category... so we that know polls are ridiculous and have no interest in them can avoid leftist wanking over them, like they did in 2016. Lol

I'll admit it was hilarious the day after the election it was priceless they went flaccid... roflmao
Pay no attention to those polls they have NEVER predicted a race correctly

Sit-down, you annoy me flamer.

You went flaccid in 2016...I remember old man.

Your old dementia ridden old fool's mind is going, going, going.....

The US Economy is closer to 2008 than 2016 (actually much worse)
Republicans got hammered in 2008 and the polls were quite accurate
Hey asshole it's 2020. Economy is great. Capitalism is great.
NEGATIVE 33 GDP is great?
Chinese communist virus has hurt our economy. Democrats cheer for worse news. Typical.
The TRUMPvirus is destroying his Presidency
150,000 dead and counting
Chinese communist virus and only a dip shit would attempt to blame it on the President of the United States of America. Why don't you grow a spinal cord and join the home team.
 

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This poll from 2016 was on August 25th...not August 1st............hilary broke the 50% mark with likely voters at that poing....

We should all wonder how President Hilary feels about those past polls and how it turned out for her...

In the battle of the unloved presidential candidates, Democrat Hillary Clinton tops the magical 50 percent mark among American likely voters, leading Republican Donald Trump 51 - 41 percent, according to a Quinnipiac University National poll released today.

When third party candidates are added to the mix, Clinton gets 45 percent with Trump at 38 percent, Libertarian Party candidate Gary Johnson at 10 percent and Green Party candidate Jill Stein at 4 percent, the independent Quinnipiac (KWIN-uh-pe-ack) University Poll finds. This survey of likely voters can not be compared with results of earlier surveys of registered voters.

Women and non-white voters propel Clinton in the head-to-head matchup. Women back her 60 - 36 percent. Men back Trump 48 - 42 percent. White voters back Trump 52 - 41 percent. Non-white voters back Clinton 77 - 15 percent.


A total of 44 percent of American likely voters like Clinton "a lot" or "a little," while 47 percent dislike her "a little" or "a lot," and 8 percent hate her.


That is one poll, not the average of polls back in August 2016 which showed Hillary ahead by a much smaller margin.

Plus Texas and Georgia were not battle ground states in 2016. In 2020, they are battle ground states:


Trump only ahead by .2% in Texas


Trump only ahead by 1.6% in Georgia.

Trump, let alone any Republican, can't win when they have to fight for Texas and Georgia.
Texas should be interesting

A state being ravaged by the latest wave of COVID is looking at poor decisions made by Gov Abbott and supported by Trump.
The numbers are so small compared to the normal all causes death rate that the effect is being blown way out of proportion by a jilted media. The nation is beginning to see the covid-19 economic downturn as a democratic gimmick being employed as leverage for the 2020 election cycle.
Nah, most people are seeing and realizing the country is in big trouble and preparing for a long hard road ahead, which means stockpiling goods and hoarding cash. Bad news for the economy.
Buy lots of ammo and gold and move as far away from the city as humanly possible.
I already live far away from any city and selling my surplus guns and ammo. Using proceed for helping friend and neighbor stock up on livestock. His land is still zoned for agriculture and had all the necessary old buildings and pens. Turkeys, hogs, and egg layers.
 

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Site ownership should create an election poll category... so we that know polls are ridiculous and have no interest in them can avoid leftist wanking over them, like they did in 2016. Lol

I'll admit it was hilarious the day after the election it was priceless they went flaccid... roflmao
Pay no attention to those polls they have NEVER predicted a race correctly

Sit-down, you annoy me flamer.

You went flaccid in 2016...I remember old man.

Your old dementia ridden old fool's mind is going, going, going.....

The US Economy is closer to 2008 than 2016 (actually much worse)
Republicans got hammered in 2008 and the polls were quite accurate
Hey asshole it's 2020. Economy is great. Capitalism is great.
NEGATIVE 33 GDP is great?
Chinese communist virus has hurt our economy. Democrats cheer for worse news. Typical.
The TRUMPvirus is destroying his Presidency
150,000 dead and counting
Chinese communist virus and only a dip shit would attempt to blame it on the President of the United States of America. Why don't you grow a spinal cord and join the home team.
China was not responsible for stopping the spread of the virus in the US......Trump was

TRUMPvirus
 

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This poll from 2016 was on August 25th...not August 1st............hilary broke the 50% mark with likely voters at that poing....

We should all wonder how President Hilary feels about those past polls and how it turned out for her...

In the battle of the unloved presidential candidates, Democrat Hillary Clinton tops the magical 50 percent mark among American likely voters, leading Republican Donald Trump 51 - 41 percent, according to a Quinnipiac University National poll released today.

When third party candidates are added to the mix, Clinton gets 45 percent with Trump at 38 percent, Libertarian Party candidate Gary Johnson at 10 percent and Green Party candidate Jill Stein at 4 percent, the independent Quinnipiac (KWIN-uh-pe-ack) University Poll finds. This survey of likely voters can not be compared with results of earlier surveys of registered voters.

Women and non-white voters propel Clinton in the head-to-head matchup. Women back her 60 - 36 percent. Men back Trump 48 - 42 percent. White voters back Trump 52 - 41 percent. Non-white voters back Clinton 77 - 15 percent.


A total of 44 percent of American likely voters like Clinton "a lot" or "a little," while 47 percent dislike her "a little" or "a lot," and 8 percent hate her.


That is one poll, not the average of polls back in August 2016 which showed Hillary ahead by a much smaller margin.

Plus Texas and Georgia were not battle ground states in 2016. In 2020, they are battle ground states:


Trump only ahead by .2% in Texas


Trump only ahead by 1.6% in Georgia.

Trump, let alone any Republican, can't win when they have to fight for Texas and Georgia.
Texas should be interesting

A state being ravaged by the latest wave of COVID is looking at poor decisions made by Gov Abbott and supported by Trump.
The numbers are so small compared to the normal all causes death rate that the effect is being blown way out of proportion by a jilted media. The nation is beginning to see the covid-19 economic downturn as a democratic gimmick being employed as leverage for the 2020 election cycle.
Not seeing any of that here in the Northeast. Meat prices have returned pretty much to normal and people are going back to work even against the advice of the democratic governors. The highways are beginning to fill up with transport cargo again and real estate is booming. The covid numbers are a Henny Penny masque.....they don't stack up to what people's actual experiences are.

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Site ownership should create an election poll category... so we that know polls are ridiculous and have no interest in them can avoid leftist wanking over them, like they did in 2016. Lol

I'll admit it was hilarious the day after the election it was priceless they went flaccid... roflmao
Pay no attention to those polls they have NEVER predicted a race correctly

Sit-down, you annoy me flamer.

You went flaccid in 2016...I remember old man.

Your old dementia ridden old fool's mind is going, going, going.....

The US Economy is closer to 2008 than 2016 (actually much worse)
Republicans got hammered in 2008 and the polls were quite accurate
Hey asshole it's 2020. Economy is great. Capitalism is great.
NEGATIVE 33 GDP is great?
Chinese communist virus has hurt our economy. Democrats cheer for worse news. Typical.
The TRUMPvirus is destroying his Presidency
150,000 dead and counting
Chinese communist virus and only a dip shit would attempt to blame it on the President of the United States of America. Why don't you grow a spinal cord and join the home team.
China was not responsible for stopping the spread of the virus in the US......Trump was

TRUMPvirus
No one has stopped the spread anywhere not in China either.

Jo
 

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This poll from 2016 was on August 25th...not August 1st............hilary broke the 50% mark with likely voters at that poing....

We should all wonder how President Hilary feels about those past polls and how it turned out for her...

In the battle of the unloved presidential candidates, Democrat Hillary Clinton tops the magical 50 percent mark among American likely voters, leading Republican Donald Trump 51 - 41 percent, according to a Quinnipiac University National poll released today.

When third party candidates are added to the mix, Clinton gets 45 percent with Trump at 38 percent, Libertarian Party candidate Gary Johnson at 10 percent and Green Party candidate Jill Stein at 4 percent, the independent Quinnipiac (KWIN-uh-pe-ack) University Poll finds. This survey of likely voters can not be compared with results of earlier surveys of registered voters.

Women and non-white voters propel Clinton in the head-to-head matchup. Women back her 60 - 36 percent. Men back Trump 48 - 42 percent. White voters back Trump 52 - 41 percent. Non-white voters back Clinton 77 - 15 percent.


A total of 44 percent of American likely voters like Clinton "a lot" or "a little," while 47 percent dislike her "a little" or "a lot," and 8 percent hate her.


That is one poll, not the average of polls back in August 2016 which showed Hillary ahead by a much smaller margin.

Plus Texas and Georgia were not battle ground states in 2016. In 2020, they are battle ground states:


Trump only ahead by .2% in Texas


Trump only ahead by 1.6% in Georgia.

Trump, let alone any Republican, can't win when they have to fight for Texas and Georgia.
Texas should be interesting

A state being ravaged by the latest wave of COVID is looking at poor decisions made by Gov Abbott and supported by Trump.
The numbers are so small compared to the normal all causes death rate that the effect is being blown way out of proportion by a jilted media. The nation is beginning to see the covid-19 economic downturn as a democratic gimmick being employed as leverage for the 2020 election cycle.
Hard to believe Conservatives are still denying the impact of COVID

Denying is not the same as accurately
Determining..... So far the all causes death numbers have hardly moved.
Now moving the goal posts to pretend that it's worse than it really is? That I can believe.

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Site ownership should create an election poll category... so we that know polls are ridiculous and have no interest in them can avoid leftist wanking over them, like they did in 2016. Lol

I'll admit it was hilarious the day after the election it was priceless they went flaccid... roflmao
Pay no attention to those polls they have NEVER predicted a race correctly

Sit-down, you annoy me flamer.

You went flaccid in 2016...I remember old man.

Your old dementia ridden old fool's mind is going, going, going.....

The US Economy is closer to 2008 than 2016 (actually much worse)
Republicans got hammered in 2008 and the polls were quite accurate
Hey asshole it's 2020. Economy is great. Capitalism is great.
NEGATIVE 33 GDP is great?
Chinese communist virus has hurt our economy. Democrats cheer for worse news. Typical.
The TRUMPvirus is destroying his Presidency
150,000 dead and counting
Chinese communist virus and only a dip shit would attempt to blame it on the President of the United States of America. Why don't you grow a spinal cord and join the home team.

The pandemic would not be so bad if Trump had protected the United States like Taiwan's government protected its citizens. Taiwan only has 7 deaths and 470 infections from the virus. The fact that TAIWAN, which is only 90 miles from China, was able to protect itself that well from the virus proves that Trump FAILED to protect the United States.
 

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This poll from 2016 was on August 25th...not August 1st............hilary broke the 50% mark with likely voters at that poing....

We should all wonder how President Hilary feels about those past polls and how it turned out for her...

In the battle of the unloved presidential candidates, Democrat Hillary Clinton tops the magical 50 percent mark among American likely voters, leading Republican Donald Trump 51 - 41 percent, according to a Quinnipiac University National poll released today.

When third party candidates are added to the mix, Clinton gets 45 percent with Trump at 38 percent, Libertarian Party candidate Gary Johnson at 10 percent and Green Party candidate Jill Stein at 4 percent, the independent Quinnipiac (KWIN-uh-pe-ack) University Poll finds. This survey of likely voters can not be compared with results of earlier surveys of registered voters.

Women and non-white voters propel Clinton in the head-to-head matchup. Women back her 60 - 36 percent. Men back Trump 48 - 42 percent. White voters back Trump 52 - 41 percent. Non-white voters back Clinton 77 - 15 percent.


A total of 44 percent of American likely voters like Clinton "a lot" or "a little," while 47 percent dislike her "a little" or "a lot," and 8 percent hate her.


That is one poll, not the average of polls back in August 2016 which showed Hillary ahead by a much smaller margin.

Plus Texas and Georgia were not battle ground states in 2016. In 2020, they are battle ground states:


Trump only ahead by .2% in Texas


Trump only ahead by 1.6% in Georgia.

Trump, let alone any Republican, can't win when they have to fight for Texas and Georgia.
Texas should be interesting

A state being ravaged by the latest wave of COVID is looking at poor decisions made by Gov Abbott and supported by Trump.
The numbers are so small compared to the normal all causes death rate that the effect is being blown way out of proportion by a jilted media. The nation is beginning to see the covid-19 economic downturn as a democratic gimmick being employed as leverage for the 2020 election cycle.
Hard to believe Conservatives are still denying the impact of COVID

Denying is not the same as accurately
Determining..... So far the all causes death numbers have hardly moved.
Now moving the goal posts to pretend that it's worse than it really is? That I can believe.

Jo

People's behavior has changed, so all causes of death comparisons are not accurate. We have confirmed infections and confirmed deaths from covid 19. We know which countries have done well against he virus and which countries have done poorly.

Taiwan is doing well. Only 7 deaths, 470 people infected. Economy is doing fine and not in recession. Unemployment rate is the same as it was in January.

United States is doing poorly. 160,000 dead and nearly 5 million people infected. The economy is suffering its worst recession since the 1930s. First quarter GDP contracted by 5%. Second quarter GDP contracted by 32%. That second quarter contraction, is the worst quarterly contraction of GDP in United States history. Unemployment rate in June is one of the highest ever recorded with the exception of the two previous months which were even higher.
 

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This poll from 2016 was on August 25th...not August 1st............hilary broke the 50% mark with likely voters at that poing....

We should all wonder how President Hilary feels about those past polls and how it turned out for her...

In the battle of the unloved presidential candidates, Democrat Hillary Clinton tops the magical 50 percent mark among American likely voters, leading Republican Donald Trump 51 - 41 percent, according to a Quinnipiac University National poll released today.

When third party candidates are added to the mix, Clinton gets 45 percent with Trump at 38 percent, Libertarian Party candidate Gary Johnson at 10 percent and Green Party candidate Jill Stein at 4 percent, the independent Quinnipiac (KWIN-uh-pe-ack) University Poll finds. This survey of likely voters can not be compared with results of earlier surveys of registered voters.

Women and non-white voters propel Clinton in the head-to-head matchup. Women back her 60 - 36 percent. Men back Trump 48 - 42 percent. White voters back Trump 52 - 41 percent. Non-white voters back Clinton 77 - 15 percent.


A total of 44 percent of American likely voters like Clinton "a lot" or "a little," while 47 percent dislike her "a little" or "a lot," and 8 percent hate her.



Keep hope alive, LOL....
 

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Site ownership should create an election poll category... so we that know polls are ridiculous and have no interest in them can avoid leftist wanking over them, like they did in 2016. Lol

I'll admit it was hilarious the day after the election it was priceless they went flaccid... roflmao
Pay no attention to those polls they have NEVER predicted a race correctly

Sit-down, you annoy me flamer.

You went flaccid in 2016...I remember old man.

Your old dementia ridden old fool's mind is going, going, going.....

The US Economy is closer to 2008 than 2016 (actually much worse)
Republicans got hammered in 2008 and the polls were quite accurate
Hey asshole it's 2020. Economy is great. Capitalism is great.
NEGATIVE 33 GDP is great?
Chinese communist virus has hurt our economy. Democrats cheer for worse news. Typical.
The TRUMPvirus is destroying his Presidency
150,000 dead and counting
Chinese communist virus and only a dip shit would attempt to blame it on the President of the United States of America. Why don't you grow a spinal cord and join the home team.

The pandemic would not be so bad if Trump had protected the United States like Taiwan's government protected its citizens. Taiwan only has 7 deaths and 470 infections from the virus. The fact that TAIWAN, which is only 90 miles from China, was able to protect itself that well from the virus proves that Trump FAILED to protect the United States.
Trump only made matters worse telling people to do exactly what they shouldnt do.
 

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1. If the GOP wins the police reform will strengthen the police, if the dems win police reform will weaken the police

If the GOP wins, you'll just have more of the same- recessions, police brutality... Time for something better.

2. Big corporations have no say in police reform. Agree, some reform is necessary, like tracking bad cops via database, and more standardized training and certification.

Actually, corporations run everything in this country, and they've thrown fully in with BLM. Sorry, you lose.

3. When people shoot at cops, cops shoot back. Damages mean cops are not adequately trained and certified.

The cases people are upset about, no one shot at the cops. Mike Brown, Laquan McDonald, Tamir Rice, Floyd George, etc.

4. If you think cops are bad, look at cities where the cops are standing down. Its a war zone. Maybe we all need Glock car horns?

No, what we need are cops who aren't racist bullies...
 

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