RolandGunner: Neither the new or the old method is outside the margin of error, subby.
HotWingConspiracy: Seems like there's a huge market for simply inventing polls that certain demos want to see.Don't even bother with the polling part, just make charts that tell them they're right.
spelletrader: There sure is!
NateGrey: Bad news....for Obama.
whistleridge: They've consistently been 4-6% off most of the other major polls. That doesn't necessarily mean they're wrong, but if this keeps up, it does make this election make-or-break for them: if Romney wins, they were the lone voice of reason; if he loses, they may as well ask to join Fox, because they'll definitely be dismissed as a partisan tool.Interestingly, this seems to indicate that they know that, and that they're backing away to keep credibility. You don't often see conservative-leaning media blink like that these days...
crab66: spelletrader: There sure is!That looks legit.
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Lord_Baull: NateGrey: Bad news....for Obama.Obviously, their polling data is skewed.
2 grams: You know how I can tell no one read the article?Just astart posting boys! To hell with the facts!You guys crak me up.
DeltaPunch: Fox News has also made a huge push to discredit polling numbers over the last week. The more they can convince their base that Romney should be winning now, the easier it will be to delegitimize Obama's second term after he wins.
sprawl15: imontheinternet: [i2.kym-cdn.com image 500x512][imageshack.us image 680x481]
Hobodeluxe: DeltaPunch: Fox News has also made a huge push to discredit polling numbers over the last week. The more they can convince their base that Romney should be winning now, the easier it will be to delegitimize Obama's second term after he wins.either that or they know they are going to steal it and this is just preconditioning the masses to accept it.
Vodka Zombie: sprawl15: imontheinternet: [i2.kym-cdn.com image 500x512][imageshack.us image 680x481]That was always one of my favorite puzzles as a bartender, but I couldn't remember how it went. Thanks for posting this.
balki1867: imontheinternet: [i2.kym-cdn.com image 500x512]I would argue that .999... = 1 because:1) .999... and 1 are on the same numeric system2) This numeric system is continuous3) Yet nobody can name me a number that is between .999... and 1
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