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2020-09-30 4:31:19 PM  

Dog Welder: Albert911emt: Isn't Rasmussen the one that usually skews republican, and is almost always wrong?

Rasmussen's final poll in the 2016 cycle was actually pretty close to the actual vote.  They had Hillary winning the popular vote by 1.7%, and the actual number was 2.1%.

If Rasmussen is reporting a massive deficit for Trump, he's pretty much farked at this point.  The debate last night isn't going to help him at all.

I saw a number of houses on the way in to work today who no longer had Trump signs in their yards this morning.  Either ANTIFA had some sort of organized overnight raid, or the owners took them down after watching Trump bray and bully his way through the debate last night.


They do have a tendency to under report the R right before debates then over report them right after so they can show a bigger debate bump.
 
2020-09-30 4:35:01 PM  

stoli n coke: Billy Bathsalt: Now does this take into account the debate performance?  I smell popularity bump!  Especially among the proud crowd.

Trump getting more popular among the demographic that was already going to vote for him isn't a gain.


Oh, come on!  I could vividly imagine a white nationalist, looking for the order to murder anyone they don't like, as someone who might be thoughtfully weighing the pros and cons of a Biden Presidency against four more years of Trump's acceleration toward a bloody civil war.

I mean, it might take a fifth of Jack Daniels and a couple of good hits of acid, but I'm sure I could do it.
 
2020-09-30 4:35:36 PM  
exqqqme:
Quick Fark Poll -

How many Trump signs have you seen this year vs 2016. Am I the only one who isn't seeing ANY?
I've only seen 2.

Difficulty: KY


I'm seeing a metric farkton of them on my drive in to work. Semi-rural NH.
 
2020-09-30 4:41:19 PM  
Probably a one, maybe two point lead (Rasmussen's gotta keep it decent for Donnie)....

/looks

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2020-09-30 5:13:11 PM  
According to Rasmussen, the latest poll also "finds Trump with 79% support among Republicans,"

Is this the first Rasmussen poll with him below 80+% Republican approval?
 
2020-09-30 5:47:32 PM  

exqqqme: FarkOf40000Years: Gleefully responding to a Rasmussen poll does not in itself imply partisanship. If a pollster is Republican-leaning, and STILL has him down by that much, imagine how bad actual public opinion is against him.

Quick Fark Poll -

How many Trump signs have you seen this year vs 2016. Am I the only one who isn't seeing ANY?
I've only seen 2.

Difficulty: KY


I don't see a lot of signs period in my area (south suburban Denver). What I do see is more dem, including my Biden sign. I've noticed a couple of Trump ones lately but the house that had all the "sportsmen for Trump" signs last time is conspicuously quiet. Doesn't seem that long ago that we had CNN camped out here because we were a swing district in a swing state. Seems to be getting bluer by the day.
 
2020-09-30 6:00:38 PM  

Albert911emt: Isn't Rasmussen the one that usually skews republican, and is almost always wrong?


yep. Up until about 2 weeks before the election when they suddenly start to come into line with the rest of the polls.
 
2020-09-30 6:05:51 PM  
I guess we've gotten close enough to the election they need to tell the truth to have any argument for credibility.
 
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