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So any pro-Hillary poll is badly flawed, and any poll which favors Trump is well-researched.

NBC? Liberal as they come. WSJ? Wants open borders & cheap labor. Both HATE TRUMPUS.

 

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no, just unbiased.

 

most white middle class people are well aware that there has been a longstanding and ongoing liberal bias in the msm going back to the beginning of the 1960s.

 

and it's not going to change. better than 95% of people who make up our television news media hold liberal personal views.

 

I guess that's why the polls were so right when they had Romney in the lead.

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So any pro-Hillary poll is badly flawed, and any poll which favors Trump is well-researched.

 

Or maybe there's just 14 percent more Democrats in America than Republicans?

 

That'd explain why the pollsters are asking more Dems, yes?

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Trump is headed for a win, says professor who has predicted 30 years of presidential outcomes correctly

WASHINGTON POST > https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/the-fix/wp/2016/09/23/trump-is-headed-for-a-win-says-professor-whos-predicted-30-years-of-presidential-outcomes-correctly/

 

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Trump is headed for a win

 

Not really. As he explains, Trump is such an outlier to everything that's ever proved correct in the past, that this time it's too hard to decipher a prognostication.

 

What he says is that if there was any Republican other than Trump running, the Republican would win.

 

But Trump, because he's so nuts, is a very unsure thing.

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Not really. As he explains, Trump is such an outlier to everything that's ever proved correct in the past, that this time it's too hard to decipher a prognostication.

 

What he says is that if there was any Republican other than Trump running, the Republican would win.

 

But Trump, because he's so nuts, is a very unsure thing.

Nice try. The model predicts a Trump victory. This is the Washington Post -- not Breitbart. 

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There was an article I saw yesterday about presidential polls among active military. Trump was in the lead, followed by Gary Johnson, and then Hillary Clinton far behind, and then those who do not plan to vote for anyone, followed by write-in, and Jill Stein in last place with less than 1%.

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Nice try. The model predicts a Trump victory. This is the Washington Post -- not Breitbart. 

 

What? You didn't read it?

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What? You didn't read it?

We're a little bit less than seven weeks out from the election today. Who do you predict will win in November?

Based on the 13 keys, it would predict a Donald Trump victory. Remember, six keys and you're out, and right now the Democrats are out — for sure — five keys.

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We're a little bit less than seven weeks out from the election today. Who do you predict will win in November?

Based on the 13 keys, it would predict a Donald Trump victory. Remember, six keys and you're out, and right now the Democrats are out — for sure — five keys.

well, that settles it...

 

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Trump is headed for a win

 

 

Not really. As he explains, Trump is such an outlier to everything that's ever proved correct in the past, that this time it's too hard to decipher a prognostication.

 

What he says is that if there was any Republican other than Trump running, the Republican would win.

 

But Trump, because he's so nuts, is a very unsure thing.

 

 

Nice try. The model predicts a Trump victory. This is the Washington Post -- not Breitbart. 

 

 

What? You didn't read it?

 

 

We're a little bit less than seven weeks out from the election today. Who do you predict will win in November?

Based on the 13 keys, it would predict a Donald Trump victory. Remember, six keys and you're out, and right now the Democrats are out — for sure — five keys.

 

What about Donald Trump on the other side? He's not affiliated with the sitting party, but has his campaign been an enigma in terms of your ability to assess this election?
 
Donald Trump has made this the most difficult election to assess since 1984. We have never before seen a candidate like Donald Trump, and Donald Trump may well break patterns of history that have held since 1860.
 
We've never before seen a candidate who's spent his life enriching himself at the expense of others. He's the first candidate in our history to be a serial fabricator, making up things as he goes along. Even when he tells the truth, such as, "Barack Obama really was born in the U.S.," he adds two lines, that Hillary Clinton started the birther movement, and that he finished it, even though when Barack Obama put out his birth certificate, he didn't believe it. We've never had a candidate before who not just once, but twice in a thinly disguised way, has incited violence against an opponent. We've never had a candidate before who's invited a hostile foreign power to meddle in American elections. We've never had a candidate before who's threatened to start a war by blowing ships out of the water in the Persian Gulf if they come too close to us. We've never had a candidate before who has embraced as a role model a murderous, hostile foreign dictator. Given all of these exceptions that Donald Trump represents, he may well shatter patterns of history that have held for more than 150 years, lose this election even if the historical circumstances favor it.
 
So very, very narrowly, the keys point to a Trump victory. But I would say, more to the point, they point to a generic Republican victory, because I believe that given the unprecedented nature of the Trump candidacy and Trump himself, he could defy all odds and lose even though the verdict of history is in his favor. So this would also suggest, you know, the possibility this election could go either way. 
 
I think the fact that he's a bit of a maverick, and nobody knows where he stands on policy, because he's constantly shifting. I defy anyone to say what his immigration policy is, what his policy is on banning Muslims, or whoever, from entering the United States, that's certainly a factor. But it's more his history in Trump University, the Trump Institute, his bankruptcies, the charitable foundation, of enriching himself at the expense of others, and all of the lies and dangerous things he's said in this campaign, that could make him a precedent-shattering candidate.
 
 
Now, hopefully, you've read it, Jake.

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WHEN THE TIDES OF POLITICAL WINDS TURN AGAINST YOU, AND THE CURRENT THREATENS YOUR AMBITIONS...

 

DON'T WASTE THOSE COUGHING SPELLS ON WHAT MIGHT HAVE BEEN, JUST CONTINUE TO CON YOURSELF AND COUNT YOUR CHICKENS.

 

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Now, hopefully, you've read it, Jake.

 

Nobody knows for certain who will win on Nov. 8 — but one man is pretty sure: Professor Allan Lichtman, who has correctly predicted every presidential election since 1984.

 

When we sat down in May, he explained how he comes to a decision. Lichtman's prediction isn't based on horse-race polls, shifting demographics or his own political opinions. Rather, he uses a system of true/false statements he calls the "Keys to the White House" to determine his predicted winner.

 

>>>>>>And this year, he says, Donald Trump is the favorite to win.<<<<<<

 

You forgot this. Go argue with The Washington Post. 

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Quinnipiac: Race Tightens in Colorado as Trump Gains Among White College-Educated Voters

 
The state could decide the presidential contest.
 
A new Quinnipiac poll shows Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton tied at 47 percent in a head-to-head race in Colorado. When Libertarian and Green Party candidates are added into the mix, Trump is down just 2 points (44 percent to 42 percent). That's a big swing from Quinnipiac's last poll of Colorado in August when Clinton led Trump by 10 points (49 percent to 39 percent).

The tightening, according to Quinnipiac, is mostly due to shifts among white college-educated voters: In August, Clinton had a 25-point lead among that group (58 percent to 33 percent) but now leads Trump by just 5 points (45 percent to 40 percent).

 

THE WEEKLY STANDARD > > http://www.weeklystandard.com/quinnipiac-race-tightens-in-colorado-as-trump-gains-among-white-college-educated-voters/article/2004481

 

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Clinton's lead narrows to 3 points in Pennsylvania

Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clintons lead over Republican rival Donald Trump has narrowed to 3 points in the battleground state of Pennsylvania, according to a new poll.

Clinton leads Trump, 44 percent to 41 percent, in the Morning Call/Muhlenberg College poll released late Saturday.

 

One week ago, Clinton had a 9-point advantage in that poll, 47 percent to 38 percent.

Clinton’s lead in a four-way matchup is now 2 points, 40 percent to 38 percent, pollsters found. Libertarian Party nominee Gary Johnson has fallen to 8 percent support, and the Green Party’s Jill Stein has 3 percent.

 

THE HILL >>   http://thehill.com/blogs/ballot-box/presidential-races/297637-clintons-lead-narrows-to-3-points-in-Pennsylvania

 

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UPI/CVoter state polls: Donald Trump ahead of Hillary Clinton in Electoral College

Trump would amass 292 votes and Clinton would get 246 with 270 needed to secure the oval office.

 

UPI >> http://www.upi.com/Top_News/US/2016/09/26/UPICVoter-state-polls-Donald-Trump-ahead-of-Hillary-Clinton-in-Electoral-College/3941474908310/

 

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Vote: Who won the first presidential debate?

The presidential debate is over and both candidates have made their case to the American voter. We heard their positions on homeland security, the economy and the future direction of the country.

Now it's your turn to tell us who the big winner was.

 

CNBC >> http://www.cnbc.com/2016/09/26/vote-who-won-the-first-presidential-debate.html

 

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