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Bart DePalma is a country attorney with a law practice in the Colorado mountain town of Woodland Park. He created Citizen Pamphleteer to discuss the political and economic issues of the day as did early Americans through the circulation of pamphlets during the Revolution. Bart is also the author of the book Never Allow A Crisis To Go To Waste: Barack Obama and the Evolution of American Socialism.
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Facing the accountability of actual election results on Tuesday, the NBC/WSJ/Marist poll and Nate Silver’s 538 and the Huff Post/Pollster models based on the media polling are qualifying all their latest predictions with the possibility (aka almost certainty) that the … Continue reading
In several previous posts, I noted that the Democrat and media polling (nearly interchangeable terms) historically undercounts Republican voters in the spring and summer before a general election, only to add them back in as the election nears. Rasmussen and … Continue reading
In a previous post entitled Why Polls Over-Count Democrats, I discussed how pollsters are creating an imaginary electorate which overcounts Democrat leaning minority and undercounts GOP leaning white voters by reweighting their poll respondents by race and ethnicity based upon … Continue reading
The pollsters now claim to be surveying voters likely to cast ballots in the 2012 presidential election, but Democrats outnumber Republicans by between 5% to 11% in these polls. This partisan bias, of course, has no reflection in reality where … Continue reading
Every presidential election cycle, the pollsters selling their product to a predominantly Democrat news media play the same games. Most polls before the party conventions survey non-voting adults or registered rather than likely voters with enormous 6% to 13% over-counts … Continue reading