2nd Debate Polls

11 Oct



Posted by on October 11, 2016 in 2016 Election, Trump


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15 responses to “2nd Debate Polls

  1. srive1

    October 11, 2016 at 11:58 PM

    Al, What is the source of the poll stats.  Do you know where it was published from? Thank you, Steve Rive 

    • Adask

      October 12, 2016 at 12:22 AM

      The email containing this image was provided on an email from the Trump campaign. The individual stats are apparently from “Time,” “Drudge,” “Breitbart,” etc.

  2. wholy1

    October 12, 2016 at 5:19 AM

    I’m sensing an increasing awareness of People that, with the increasing reports of blatant election rigging, nothing short of a Trump blow-out will suffice to overcome the HildaBeast’s ops.

  3. R.D. Ennis

    October 12, 2016 at 7:06 AM

    The left is always citing poll numbers that show HRC is always ahead in said polls (anywhere from a few points to 15-20 points). There are also some interesting poll numbers you won’t be seeing on CNN or MSNBC. But I have always contended that interpreting poll numbers is like reading tea leaves: you can see and interpret whatever you want. Remember, statistics and data in the hands of a trained statistician can be manipulated to produce the results your employer or client wants conveyed. The fetish the left has for “facts and experts” allows charlatans, liars and political hacks to produce whatever “facts” the highest bidder is willing to pay. Being an expert in any field has its rewards.

    Polling seems to be the new Great American Pastime. Used to be that baseball held that title. And if nothing else, baseball is the perfect example of the obsession with statistical interpretation of the game: RBIs, homeruns, forced errors, batting averages, batting orders, winning relief pitchers, forced errors, etc. are the “experts” handle on the game. Baseball stats are kept in great detail and remain in the baseball world forever. Citing the stats for Babe Ruth, Lou Gherig, Ty Cobb, Ted Williams, Sandy Koufax, Willie Mays, et. al. are still used to compare and predict the success of current individual players as well as game outcomes.

    Does the analysis of all the bb stats give a reliable indicator of future success? Hardly. But politics, like baseball, is a boring and mundane game until the playoffs and the World Series. We are witnessing that phenomena as we grind down to the final game where the winner will take all.

  4. "Crazy" Rick Donaldson

    October 12, 2016 at 8:44 AM

    And none of those polls have either 3rd party candidate listed?
    Even the one that is on the ballot in all 50 states?
    Something is incredibly wrong about that!

    • ysgeye

      October 12, 2016 at 1:01 PM

      I have already complained to the FCC about the tampering with the elections by the mainstream media. Reporting and giving coverage to only the “two” (which is really “one”) parties is the same as hiding, misrepresenting, twisting and fabricating false information, and therefore, those stations who have engaged in such activity/non-activity should lose their broadcasting licenses.
      In the Austin area, Channel 7 (Fox), Channel 24 (KVUE), Channel 36 (KXAN), Channel 42 (KEYE), Channel 51 (KBVO), and Channel 54 (KNVA), all cover the same things at approximately the same time with very little differences. So much for competition, eh?

      • kanani

        October 15, 2016 at 3:24 PM


        Good post. I too have noticed the local news channels where I live (Seattle area) have the exact same (canned)news stories day after day.

        If you want a good laugh, look up a “thunder snow” compilation on YouTube. It explains much.

    • Lyndon

      October 12, 2016 at 10:21 PM

      No “third party” debated with Crookery and Trump.

  5. Adask

    October 13, 2016 at 1:41 PM

    Good point. Given how many voters seems to despise both Hillary and Trump, what might’ve happened if a third party candidate had been included in one of the debates and really showed himself to be highly intelligent, patriotic and likable? Given how many people dislike Hillary and Trump, we might’ve seen voters stampede for a suddenly viable third party candidate. I’m not saying a third party candidate could or would win. I’m not saying he couldn’t win in the context of this election year. I am saying that the inclusion of one or more third party candidates could’ve dramatically changed the results of this years election.

  6. Mr Lee

    October 14, 2016 at 11:38 PM

    Hello Adask, what’s you perspective on voting, checking the U.S. citizen box, and activating the “person” in an attempt to participate in this election process. I’ve actually talked with dennis craig, years ago, and have been thinking about MOOA, 14th amendment, persons, etc… for a while now. Any special language added when filling out voter docs? Can Sovereigns vote, Californians? The all cap name is receiving the voter document.

    • Adask

      October 15, 2016 at 10:11 AM

      You ask a series of very big questions. An adequate reply could take several pages that I don’t have time to write, just now.

      In broad strokes, I’m inclined to see modern registering to vote and most actual voting as evidence that you’ve voluntarily entered into “this state”–a territory or administrative district “of the United States”–rather than stayed within a State of the Union/ State of The United States of America. I could be wrong. But, if the hypothetical difference between the modern “United States” and the organic “The United States of America” is real, it would be astonishing if voter’s registration and voting were not construed as evidence that modern voters have voluntarily entered into and submitted to the authority of “this state”–a state “of the United States”

      Perhaps we’ll consider your question in next week’s American Independence Hour radio show at 8PM to 10PM Central time on American Voice Radio.

      • Mr Lee

        October 15, 2016 at 1:48 PM

        Much Appreciated, any insight would be helpful. Thanks again.

  7. kanani

    October 15, 2016 at 3:18 PM

    Trump used to be a Democrat. The polling data above shows one democrat is out polling another democrat.

    This election cycle is super rigged, to paraphrase FDR; “presidents are selected not elected”.

    Too, make some time to listen to some of Trump’s political views from previous years and decades. They are easy to find on the web.

  8. cathy baldwin

    October 16, 2016 at 9:31 PM

    The Most High rules in the kingdom of men. He gives it to who so ever He will. He sets in place the basest of men. Daniel 4:17. Ancient Israel became bad, they got a bad King. They became good, they got a good King. We may have a slowdown of judgement if we turn away from the Democratic party as a nation. Or, God may sovereignly do it for us. No one can stop Him if He decides to put Donald Trump into this position. No one can stop ANYTHING God purposes, rather amazing to have to state that truth.


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