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Nolte: Top Pollster Finds 47% Say ‘Likely’ Democrats Stole Election


Reported by JOHN NOLTE | 

Read more at https://www.breitbart.com/2020-election/2020/11/19/nolte-top-pollster-finds-47-say-likely-democrats-stole-election/

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There are polls and then there are poLoLs. Fox News, New York Times/ Siena, Washington Post/ABC, Quinnipiac, NBC/Marist, Reuters/Ipsos, Monmouth, Politico/Morning Consult… Those are all poLols — totally useless liars and propagandists who have gotten three election cycles so horribly and deliberately wrong, only a fool would pay attention to them. Liars. Damned liars. PoLoLs. Get away from me with your poLoLs.

And don’t even get me started on that useless clown Nate Silver.

Based on their track recorded — you know, actual merit, I trust IBD/TIPP, Susquehanna, Trafalgar, and Rasmussen… Those are pollsters. Those are polls. And when Rasmussen tells us a whopping 47 percent of likely voters believe the Democrats stole the election, I am confident in passing that along.

“How likely is it,” Rasmussen asked 1,000 likely voters between November 17-18, “that Democrats stole votes or destroyed pro-Trump ballots in several states to ensure Biden would win?”

Only 50 percent said it was not likely, while a whopping 47 percent said it was likely.

Not at all likely: 41 percent.

Not very likely: 9 percent.

Somewhat likely: 11 percent.

Very likely: 36 percent.

There’s another way to look at this… only 41 percent are certain the election was not stolen from Trump.

The partisan breakdown is not exactly what I expected with 75 percent of Republicans — 75 percent! — saying it is very (61 percent) or somewhat (14 percent) likely the election was stolen.

Get this… 30 percent of Democrats — Democrats! — say it is very (20 percent) or somewhat (10 percent) likely the election was stolen from Trump.

Of course 69 percent of Democrats say it is not at all (61 percent) or not very (8 percent) likely the election was stolen from Trump. Still, that 30 percent of Democrats who say it was stolen is pretty remarkable.

On the issue of whether Trump should concede, 61 percent say he should, while 33 percent say no.

Eighty-four percent of Democrats, 37 percent of Republicans, and 59 percent of unaffiliated voters say Trump should concede. But 57 percent of Republicans disagree, which mean they want him to keep up the fight.

When asked the all-important question of whether “your friends and neighbors think Trump should concede,” only 51 percent say yes, while 30 percent say no — 18 percent are unsure.

The reason the “friends and neighbors” question is important is because America’s top pollsters believe that question is a more accurate reflection of the true intent of the person being surveyed. Now that we live in an increasingly fascist country where roving bands of left-wing Brownshirts will either get you fired, or blacklist you, or physically assault you for supporting Trump,  people have become shy about telling pollsters the truth of their Trump support. So…

Let me repeat this…

Only 51 percent say Trump should concede.

LOL.

Democrats and their media minions are losing the public relations battle, and losing it badly.

Someone still needs to explain to me why four deep blue cities — Detroit, Philadelphia, Atlanta, and Milwaukee all of a sudden stopped counting when Trump was in the lead. Never in my life have I seen the counting stopped like that. And when the counting restarted, Will you look at all those Biden votes!

Brother, that stinks to high heaven, and until I hear an explanation that makes sense — No, no… You know what, there is no explanation that would ever make sense of that. So until the votes in those states are audited in detail with transparency, I will never completely accept the outcome of a Biden victory.

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Days Before The Trump/Biden Election – New Rasmussen Poll Gives President Trump His First Lead In Months


Reported By Adam Casalino | October 26, 2020

Days Before The Trump/Biden Election – New Rasmussen Poll Gives President Trump His First Lead In Months

Next week, Americans will decide who will sit in the Oval Office come January. For a long time, the polls declared Sleepy Joe Biden was a shoo-in. Even Rasmussen, an outlet trusted by some conservatives, claimed Trump was behind Joe—at one time as far back as 12 points.

But even left-wing polls seem to be turning around. When we look at the country at large, something is definitely happening. And now, Rasmussen has released a new poll that should force Biden out of hiding:

The latest national telephone and online survey finds Trump edging Democrat Joe Biden 48% to 47% among Likely U.S. Voters. Three percent (3%) prefer some other candidate, while two percent (2%) remain undecided.

The latest Rasmussen poll has Trump with just a slightest of leads. That’s a 13 point swing since Rasmussen reported a 12-point lead for Biden only a few weeks ago. This is consistent with many other polls, that see Trump leading in swing states by a small margin. National polls are questionable, at best, given this is a state-by-state, electoral election. And we’ve gone over (and over) how polls from the mainstream media can be easily skewed to benefit Democrats.

(And we know that nearly 61% of Americans don’t like to admit their political views.)

With that in mind, this poll should be staggering. The mainstream media continues to refuse that Trump has been a remarkably successful president. They pretend he is a failure, hated by Americans and that Joe Biden is our great white salvation. Meanwhile, they cover up the mountain of scandals, gaffes, and outright odd behavior by Sleepy Joe. So, for any mainstream poll to give Trump any kind of lead suggests he is way ahead of Biden.

We’ve seen for months Joe hide in his basement, refusing to do many events. He peeped out for a little bit at the end of the Summer, but with just days before the election, he’s not campaigning Monday in swing states. I guess he doesn’t want to do damage control over his promise to “transition” from the oil industry. He probably just expects the media to cover for him.

Meanwhile, Trump is traveling across the country to packed out venues and airfields, hosting “peaceful protests” with thousands in attendance. Reminds us a lot of another presidential race, doesn’t it? On top of that, we are seeing rallies and parades for Trump in places that shouldn’t have a single Trump supporter, like Miami and Beverly Hills.

Maybe Joe should, you know, come out of hiding?

Key Takeaways:

  •       Rasmussen reveals Trump is leading Biden in their latest poll.
  •       Biden has been hiding for days since his debate performance.
  •       Trump is hosting rallies across the country.

Source: Rasmussen Reports

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Adam Casalino is a freelance writer, cartoonist, and graphic designer. He is a regular contributor for the Patriot Journal. Find his other work: http://www.talesofmaora.com

Rasmussen Poll: Joe Biden Sinks After Democrat Convention


Reported by CHARLIE SPIERING | 

URL of the originating web site: https://www.breitbart.com/politics/2020/08/26/rasmussen-poll-joe-biden-sinks-after-democrat-convention/

Jill Biden and husband former vice-president and Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden wear facemasks as they watch fireworks outside the Chase Center in Wilmington, Delaware, at the conclusion of the Democratic National Convention, held virtually amid the novel coronavirus pandemic, on August 20, 2020. (Photo by Olivier DOULIERY / AFP) …

Biden is now at 46 percent support in the national survey of likely voters conducted by Rasmussen. A week ago, the same poll showed Biden at 48 percent.

President Donald Trump’s support increased from 44% last week to 45% in the latest poll.

Rasmussen noted that Biden’s latest showing was his lowest level of support in any of their surveys in 2020.

The survey of 2,500 Likely Voters was conducted during the Democrat convention on August 19-20 and after the convention on August 23-25. The margin of error is +/- 2 percentage points.

Other national polls show Biden still leading Trump. A CNBC/Change Research Poll showed Biden leading by eight points and an Economist/YouGov poll showed Biden leading by nine points.

Rasmussen Poll: Donald Trump Approval Rating Jumps to 53 Percent; Highest in Five Months


Reported by Charlie Spiering | 

URL of the original posting site: https://www.breitbart.com/politics/2019/09/24/rasmussen-poll-donald-trump-approval-rating-jumps-to-53-percent-highest-in-five-months/

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resident Donald Trump smiles during a Cabinet meeting in the Cabinet Room of the White House, Tuesday, July 16, 2019, in Washington. (AP Photo/Alex Brandon)

President Donald Trump received an approval rating of 53 percent from likely voters, according to a Rasmussen poll released Tuesday.

The latest poll reflects the highest approval rating for the president in five months, as the last time Trump got a 53 percent approval rating was in April 2019. 

Forty-five percent of likely voters disapproved of his performance as president.

The president’s approval rating dipped as low as 44 percent in late August but has steadily risen in September — a nine-point jump in 35 days.

Trump received a string of 53 percent approval ratings in February 2017 after he was inaugurated.

Rasmussen tracks daily results via 500 likely voters per night from telephone surveys as well as an online survey tool. The margin of sampling error for the full sample of 1,500 likely voters is +/- 2.5 percentage points.

WHOA: Well Respected Poll Has SHOCKING, Post Debate, Numbers – Are They REAL?


waving flagPublished on October 21, 2016

URL of the original posting site: http://clashdaily.com/2016/10/whoa-well-respected-poll-shocking-post-debate-numbers-real/

trump-clintonGuess who’s leading the polls now? Have these pollsters found something the others missed?

Rasmussen. Getting previous elections right gives them a certain credibility. For a reference point, some reviews of their past results will be included at the end of this piece.

What are the current findings?

Early results from their final debate are in, and Donald Trump remains barely ahead of Hillary Clinton in the White House Watch.

The latest Rasmussen Reports national telephone and online survey of Likely U.S. Voters finds Trump with a 43% to 41% lead over his Democratic rival. Five percent (5%) favor Libertarian candidate Gary Johnson, while Green Party nominee Jill Stein earns three percent (3%) support. Another three percent (3%) like some other candidate, and five percent (5%) are undecided.

Yesterday, Trump was ahead by three.

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Yes. Trump up by three. Is that what YOU are hearing on the news?propaganda machine

As for their historical accuracy?

Pat Caddell and Doug Schoen wrote in 2010 that Rasmussen has an “unchallenged record for both integrity and accuracy.”[41] Slate Magazine and The Wall Street Journal reported that Rasmussen Reports was one of the most accurate polling firms for the 2004 United States presidential election and 2006 United States general elections.[40][66][not in citation given] In 2004 Slate magazine “publicly doubted and privately derided” Rasmussen’s use of recorded voices in electoral polls. However, after the election, they concluded that Rasmussen’s polls were among the most accurate in the 2004 presidential election.[40] According to Politico, Rasmussen’s 2008 presidential-election polls “closely mirrored the election’s outcome.”[67]

At the end of the 2008 presidential election, there were eight national tracking polls and many other polls conducted on a regular basis. Polling analyst Nate Silver reviewed the tracking polls and said that while none were perfect, and Rasmussen was “frequently reputed to have a Republican lean”, the “house effect” in their tracking poll was small and “with its large sample size and high pollster rating [it] would probably be the one I’d want with me on a desert island.”[68]

In the January 2010 special election for the Senate seat from Massachusetts, Rasmussen Reports was the first to show that Republican Scott Brown had a chance to defeat Martha Coakley. Just after Brown’s upset win, Ben Smith at Politico reported, “The overwhelming conventional wisdom in both parties until a Rasmussen poll showed the race in single digits in early January was that Martha Coakley was a lock. (It’s hard to recall a single poll changing the mood of a race quite that dramatically.)”[69] A few days later, Public Policy Polling released the first poll showing Brown in the lead, a result differing from Rasmussen’s by 10 points.[70] Rasmussen’s last poll on the race found Coakley with a 2-point lead, when she in fact lost by 5 points, a 7-point error.[71]

Journalist Mickey Kaus said, “If you have a choice between Rasmussen and, say, the prestigious New York Times, go with Rasmussen.”[72] — Wikileaks

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