Republicans have been trying to stem the tide of Democrat election fraud for decades. With the release of intelligence documents proving the open cheating by Hillary Clinton in the 2016 election, and the uncovering of the ballot harvesting and vote-buying by supporters of Ilhan Omar by Project Veritas the American people have never been more aware and had more proof of Democrat’s illicit vote stacking, fake news, and suppression polls schemes.
On the subject of polls, it’s worth noting that they are not just news on popular opinion. Polling has long been the subject of spin and propaganda. Polls affect voter turnout. Too much confidence can hurt a voter demographic, as can too little confidence. While some try to tell the truth about public opinion, others try to tweak the numbers to fit a preferred narrative.
The good news is that the American people have become hip to these tactics, and a majority of voters now realize that polls released by CNN, MSNBC, NBC and other purely leftist organizations are not reflections of actual voters, but propaganda creating to prop up a pro-Democrat narrative. A few prominent commentators like Rush Limbaugh have come forth to explain why.
Rush alleges that pollsters are skewing surveys by polling anti-Trump voters almost exclusively. He commented that the surveyors canvass suburban areas where liberals and rhino-republicans congregate and avoid rural areas where most Trump supporters live. Rush refers to this splitting of the conservative party as the “R-Split.” He refers to rhino-republicans as “soft Democrats,” remarking that suburban voters are notoriously devoid of a backbone.
Of course, there are many ways to skew a poll other than shooting to exploit Rush’s “R-split” phenomenon. Chief among them include using leading and loaded questions.
A commonly used example that can be found on the questionnaires of the polls that CNN publishes is, “Do you support Donald Trump’s divisive rhetoric?” This is not a question. Imagine being asked a question like this in front of a crowd. To answer it honestly, you would have to first deal with the premise, namely that Trump is somehow tearing the country apart. But on a questionnaire, you only get to choose from “yes” and “no.”
Another common type of question you might see would go something like, “Do you believe women and minorities deserve better than Donald Trump?” Of course, everyone deserves the best things possible. If Jesus Christ were running for president, the answer to that question would certainly be “yes.” But there is no way to answer such a question in reality without giving off a skewed result.
Another way to stack a poll is to call only mobile numbers. People who still have landlines tend to vote republican and support Trump. It also helps if you only call between the hours of 8:00 am and 5:00 pm when more working people will tend to be unavailable- since people who work for their money tend to be more conservative.
It’s also helpful to remember that outlets like MSNBC, CNN and NBC can simply say anything it wants. If they want to report that a given poll result favors Biden, they can just say it. They can throw away results they don’t like. Why? Because respondents are anonymous.
However, it’s also important to remember that too much confidence can be bad too. Voters who are overly confident that their candidate will win are more likely to forgo going to their polling place on election day.
The main point here is that all the polls right now have Trump down by 14-16 points against Joe Biden. They want Trump supporters to think there is no way he can win reelection so its best to just stay home on November 3rd. What they don’t tell you is the exact same polling outfit had Trump trailing Hillary by 16 points in the second week of October in 2016.