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Newest political polls shows 1 out of every 2 people will vote Hillary Clinton

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posted on Aug, 6 2016 @ 07:16 AM
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a reply to: xstealth
The pollsters call people with a landline who are t home with enough spare time to waste 15 minutes talking to strangers.
People working 50+ hours a week don't have that time to waste.




posted on Aug, 6 2016 @ 08:22 AM
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originally posted by: iTruthSeeker

originally posted by: TheAmazingYeti
Dump the Trump!

Vote your conscience. Vote Hillary Clinton.

I love you all,

Harry



Only if a person's conscious is full of pure evil.



Or if a person is a true masochist. Would they vote for the Clinton's.
edit on 6-8-2016 by Doctor Smith because: (no reason given)



posted on Aug, 6 2016 @ 08:40 AM
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originally posted by: VforVendettea
a reply to: xstealth
The pollsters call people with a landline who are t home with enough spare time to waste 15 minutes talking to strangers.
People working 50+ hours a week don't have that time to waste.


I hope you're right. The polls can be effected that way and used as a brain washing tool.

I do know one Obama legacy protector who doesn't know right from wrong (looks up gay porn at every opportunity). Also Mexicans that won't vote for Trump because of the wall (they don't like Hillary either). A few smart Mexicans will vote for Trump because they know what's at stake. Unfortunately, most people are walking zombies waiting for the the Television to tell them who to vote for.



posted on Aug, 6 2016 @ 01:54 PM
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a reply to: MrSpad

I always think its funny how people always think you side with someone just because you say something about the other side.........don't you?








posted on Aug, 6 2016 @ 05:41 PM
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originally posted by: muse7
We know that minorities, LGBT, Muslims and most women won't vote Trump. There's also a large percentage of sane white people that won't vote Trump.

So it's not that difficult to see why he's quickly sinking in the polls.

Welcome to the General Election.

Where bigotry doesn't work like it does in Republican primaries.



For what it's worth: I am Hispanic, gay and live in Los Angeles [proper]; and I know far more people who have decided to vote Trump than I do who will vote Hillary.

Moreover, I know a larger number of people (who traditionally vote Democrat) that will not be casting their vote this election despite active participation in all prior elections.

I personally don't know a single Black person who supports Clinton and among Hispanic friends, not only do more than half like Trump but have admitted (when others aren't around) that they are voting for him.

From my vantage point, only those who illegally immigrated from Mexico and remain illegal, latino militants who want to expelled the US and rebuild Aztlan, and the Spanish media who are headquartered and produce their content in Mexico are the only Hispanics who oppose and will not vote Trump (if they could or if they could without appearing to have conformed to the US).

And among those I know and interact with in the LGBT community, those who graduated from a four-year college are voting Green or Libertarian. As for everyone else, those who have never seen the Hillary and the Obama video each stating they oppose gay marriage and why, about 99%, plan on voting Hillary (until I show them these two videos in which case the consensus has been they will not vote at all).



posted on Aug, 6 2016 @ 08:05 PM
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originally posted by: Ripper777

originally posted by: muse7
We know that minorities, LGBT, Muslims and most women won't vote Trump. There's also a large percentage of sane white people that won't vote Trump.

So it's not that difficult to see why he's quickly sinking in the polls.

Welcome to the General Election.

Where bigotry doesn't work like it does in Republican primaries.



For what it's worth: I am Hispanic, gay and live in Los Angeles [proper]; and I know far more people who have decided to vote Trump than I do who will vote Hillary.

Moreover, I know a larger number of people (who traditionally vote Democrat) that will not be casting their vote this election despite active participation in all prior elections.

I personally don't know a single Black person who supports Clinton and among Hispanic friends, not only do more than half like Trump but have admitted (when others aren't around) that they are voting for him.

From my vantage point, only those who illegally immigrated from Mexico and remain illegal, latino militants who want to expelled the US and rebuild Aztlan, and the Spanish media who are headquartered and produce their content in Mexico are the only Hispanics who oppose and will not vote Trump (if they could or if they could without appearing to have conformed to the US).

And among those I know and interact with in the LGBT community, those who graduated from a four-year college are voting Green or Libertarian. As for everyone else, those who have never seen the Hillary and the Obama video each stating they oppose gay marriage and why, about 99%, plan on voting Hillary (until I show them these two videos in which case the consensus has been they will not vote at all).


I have stated in another thread, that I speak to people all the time, and I live in a mainly Democratic county. VERY Democratic. And while in 2012 I knew lots of people that were voting Obama (I mean the other choice WAS freaking Romney so...), I have not met ONE person who has admitted to me they are voting Clinton. NOT ONE. Everyone I meet says Trump, or Stein. There WERE a lot of pro-Sanders people, but they were so pi##ed off about what the Democrats did to him that they have refused to ever vote Democrat again. I don't think the DNC realizes just how much damage they have done to that party. I don't think it's going to survive this.

I predict that the elections after this will, depending on if Trump is the real deal or not, change to a more 3 or 4 party system. I realize there are a lot of non-presidential Democrats in office, but people are seriously ticked off at the system after seeing how corrupt the process is.



posted on Aug, 7 2016 @ 05:53 AM
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originally posted by: nomoredemsorreps

originally posted by: Ripper777

originally posted by: muse7
We know that minorities, LGBT, Muslims and most women won't vote Trump. There's also a large percentage of sane white people that won't vote Trump.

So it's not that difficult to see why he's quickly sinking in the polls.

Welcome to the General Election.

Where bigotry doesn't work like it does in Republican primaries.



For what it's worth: I am Hispanic, gay and live in Los Angeles [proper]; and I know far more people who have decided to vote Trump than I do who will vote Hillary.

Moreover, I know a larger number of people (who traditionally vote Democrat) that will not be casting their vote this election despite active participation in all prior elections.

I personally don't know a single Black person who supports Clinton and among Hispanic friends, not only do more than half like Trump but have admitted (when others aren't around) that they are voting for him.

From my vantage point, only those who illegally immigrated from Mexico and remain illegal, latino militants who want to expelled the US and rebuild Aztlan, and the Spanish media who are headquartered and produce their content in Mexico are the only Hispanics who oppose and will not vote Trump (if they could or if they could without appearing to have conformed to the US).

And among those I know and interact with in the LGBT community, those who graduated from a four-year college are voting Green or Libertarian. As for everyone else, those who have never seen the Hillary and the Obama video each stating they oppose gay marriage and why, about 99%, plan on voting Hillary (until I show them these two videos in which case the consensus has been they will not vote at all).


I have stated in another thread, that I speak to people all the time, and I live in a mainly Democratic county. VERY Democratic. And while in 2012 I knew lots of people that were voting Obama (I mean the other choice WAS freaking Romney so...), I have not met ONE person who has admitted to me they are voting Clinton. NOT ONE. Everyone I meet says Trump, or Stein. There WERE a lot of pro-Sanders people, but they were so pi##ed off about what the Democrats did to him that they have refused to ever vote Democrat again. I don't think the DNC realizes just how much damage they have done to that party. I don't think it's going to survive this.

I predict that the elections after this will, depending on if Trump is the real deal or not, change to a more 3 or 4 party system. I realize there are a lot of non-presidential Democrats in office, but people are seriously ticked off at the system after seeing how corrupt the process is.


Same with me in the UK in the Brexit vote - I spoke to probably 120 - 140 people (friends, customers, etc) and only 3 or 4 said they were voting remain - yet the polls showed remain in the lead and Brexit only won by 2%.

You could argue that it's regional bias, but the same thing was being reported across the country. There were of course places like London where a lot of EU money goes that were very pro remain (allegedly), but overall the feeling of us plebs seemed to be we wanted to leave.

I believe they did try to rig the referendum but didn't manipulate it enough - and that if it had been fiddle free Brexit would have easily won by double digits.

But of course the only voices who get air time are remainers (or remoaners as we call them now because they still won't stop whinging), so it skews public opinion.

All of our elections are rigged and/or manipulated by vested interests in the media.



posted on Aug, 7 2016 @ 07:10 AM
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originally posted by: Power_Semi

originally posted by: nomoredemsorreps

originally posted by: Ripper777

originally posted by: muse7
We know that minorities, LGBT, Muslims and most women won't vote Trump. There's also a large percentage of sane white people that won't vote Trump.

So it's not that difficult to see why he's quickly sinking in the polls.

Welcome to the General Election.

Where bigotry doesn't work like it does in Republican primaries.



For what it's worth: I am Hispanic, gay and live in Los Angeles [proper]; and I know far more people who have decided to vote Trump than I do who will vote Hillary.

Moreover, I know a larger number of people (who traditionally vote Democrat) that will not be casting their vote this election despite active participation in all prior elections.

I personally don't know a single Black person who supports Clinton and among Hispanic friends, not only do more than half like Trump but have admitted (when others aren't around) that they are voting for him.

From my vantage point, only those who illegally immigrated from Mexico and remain illegal, latino militants who want to expelled the US and rebuild Aztlan, and the Spanish media who are headquartered and produce their content in Mexico are the only Hispanics who oppose and will not vote Trump (if they could or if they could without appearing to have conformed to the US).

And among those I know and interact with in the LGBT community, those who graduated from a four-year college are voting Green or Libertarian. As for everyone else, those who have never seen the Hillary and the Obama video each stating they oppose gay marriage and why, about 99%, plan on voting Hillary (until I show them these two videos in which case the consensus has been they will not vote at all).


I have stated in another thread, that I speak to people all the time, and I live in a mainly Democratic county. VERY Democratic. And while in 2012 I knew lots of people that were voting Obama (I mean the other choice WAS freaking Romney so...), I have not met ONE person who has admitted to me they are voting Clinton. NOT ONE. Everyone I meet says Trump, or Stein. There WERE a lot of pro-Sanders people, but they were so pi##ed off about what the Democrats did to him that they have refused to ever vote Democrat again. I don't think the DNC realizes just how much damage they have done to that party. I don't think it's going to survive this.

I predict that the elections after this will, depending on if Trump is the real deal or not, change to a more 3 or 4 party system. I realize there are a lot of non-presidential Democrats in office, but people are seriously ticked off at the system after seeing how corrupt the process is.


Same with me in the UK in the Brexit vote - I spoke to probably 120 - 140 people (friends, customers, etc) and only 3 or 4 said they were voting remain - yet the polls showed remain in the lead and Brexit only won by 2%.

You could argue that it's regional bias, but the same thing was being reported across the country. There were of course places like London where a lot of EU money goes that were very pro remain (allegedly), but overall the feeling of us plebs seemed to be we wanted to leave.

I believe they did try to rig the referendum but didn't manipulate it enough - and that if it had been fiddle free Brexit would have easily won by double digits.

But of course the only voices who get air time are remainers (or remoaners as we call them now because they still won't stop whinging), so it skews public opinion.

All of our elections are rigged and/or manipulated by vested interests in the media.


Frankly, I was shocked when Brexit happened. Not that I thought most Brits were against it, but that TPTB *allowed* it. I remember seeing countless videos after the Scottish vote, showing blatant voting manipulation. I still think that vote was completely rigged.

So I'm still scratching my head how brexit happened. Of course, it *hasn't* happened yet, and I'd be surprised if the EU criminals didn't try some nefarious acts to reverse this. I also have little faith in Theresa May, considering her shenanigans on the Pedo scandal, where she tried to head the commission (that is completely worthless thus far, btw) with 2 people who were intimately involved with the accused pedos. Pretty slimy. And I just read that the latest commission head has resigned (though she was an obvious ringer too...rated as the most incompetent judge in australia by an attorney organization there).



posted on Aug, 8 2016 @ 05:32 AM
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originally posted by: Puppylove
a reply to: dismanrc

I'm voting for Stein so that's a vote for Stein. I want NEITHER Hillary who is as liberal as the sky is neon green, nor Trump.

Hillary is in it for one reason to do her corporate masters bidding, that's it.

A vote for third party is a vote against both parties.

Sure one of the two parties will win, but at the end of the day, when one of those two parties win and further destroy our country, I can say I voted against them, no matter which wins.

If you vote for Hillary or Trump and your candidate wins, you own that, and every wrong they commit you're partly responsible for.

Wake up America, stop being an accomplice to criminals.




That's the issue behind Trump. He isn't one of he two parties, BUT knew to win you have to BE one of the two parties. That's why the main stream GOP don't like him. He could have run as a third party, but that just means the DC would have won. I don't think he is GOP, but the again I DON"T LIKE what the GOP has become, still better then the DNC but...



posted on Aug, 8 2016 @ 09:21 AM
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originally posted by: dismanrc

originally posted by: Puppylove
a reply to: dismanrc

I'm voting for Stein so that's a vote for Stein. I want NEITHER Hillary who is as liberal as the sky is neon green, nor Trump.

Hillary is in it for one reason to do her corporate masters bidding, that's it.

A vote for third party is a vote against both parties.

Sure one of the two parties will win, but at the end of the day, when one of those two parties win and further destroy our country, I can say I voted against them, no matter which wins.

If you vote for Hillary or Trump and your candidate wins, you own that, and every wrong they commit you're partly responsible for.

Wake up America, stop being an accomplice to criminals.




That's the issue behind Trump. He isn't one of he two parties, BUT knew to win you have to BE one of the two parties. That's why the main stream GOP don't like him. He could have run as a third party, but that just means the DC would have won. I don't think he is GOP, but the again I DON"T LIKE what the GOP has become, still better then the DNC but...





I've been doing that for decades. But this year, the freaking neocons took over the libertarian party with those frauds Gary Johnson and Bill Weld, both of whom are Bush/Neocon cronies. So this year I'm voting for Trump. But I don't think he's really any different than any of the rest. I hope I'm wrong, but...the fact is I am so against Hillary Clinton, consider my vote for Trump an anti-Hillary vote...



posted on Aug, 8 2016 @ 01:22 PM
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Just noticed this analysis that someone did of the major social media sites:

thetruthdivision.com...

According to the facts, per facebook and twitter, Trump has about a 3 to 1 lead over Clinton. It's not even close. So for anyone to say that these polls represent ANYTHING but an attempt by the globalists to manipulate opinion in the election, you're smoking ganja. Because these kinds of things are way more indicative of how people feel than any stupid poll, which targets about 1/500th the people.

And for someone to say the results of social media are slanted, well, sorry. we're talking millions of statistical data points. The only argument would be for those w/o facebook (um, like me), or those w/o a computer. Retired people would qualify and most of them grow more conservative as they age. Or are awake to what's going on, like the elderly in my family. And the people out of facebook that HAVE computers are those like me that know what Facebook REALLY is, and avoid it like the plague, no matter how many times we've been asked to join.

So, we're talking landslide. Which makes me happy, because it means there is no way the crooks can manipulate the elections. If it was close, as they are attempting to make it with their fake polls, like that loser Phil Silver, they could swing a stolen election. But even these criminals realize that exit polls will out any kind of shenanigans in a rout.



posted on Aug, 23 2016 @ 05:38 AM
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No problem with that.

I think of myself somewhere between GOP and Libertarian. The issue is that the Libertarians don't really have the pull to run and just end of pulling people from the GOP, which means the Dems win.

Bernie looked like he might split them the same way this year, but in the end he folded.



posted on Aug, 23 2016 @ 01:07 PM
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originally posted by: dismanrc
a reply to: nomoredemsorreps

No problem with that.

I think of myself somewhere between GOP and Libertarian. The issue is that the Libertarians don't really have the pull to run and just end of pulling people from the GOP, which means the Dems win.

Bernie looked like he might split them the same way this year, but in the end he folded.


If Bernie had been reported the winner (notice I didn't say he didn't actually win...) I don't think Trump would have been elected. I don't agree with almost all that Bernie stands for, but at least I thought the guy had integrity, since he'd avoided the system his whole life (first real job was as mayor). But man, did I read that guy wrong. What a freaking loser. Sold out for a plane and a couple of vacation houses and a nice car. Fact. Look it up.

And I'm somewhere between Democrat and Libertarian, in that I think the gov't should take care of people that cant take care of themselves, or at least ENSURE they are taken care of. And stay the f* out of the rest of our lives. No wars, a voluntary military with a freaking budget that doesn't include 7+ TRILLION FREAKING DOLLARS GOING MISSING (which means it ended up in SOMEBODY'S POCKET), and to moderate bids for public works, like rebuilding roads and such.

There is absolutely NO REASON for the gov't to be involved in anything else. If you're convicted of a non-violent crime, prison is the stupidest place to put you. Make them work for free (or minimum wages) for the public for x years to atone for it. Lots more would get done, you wouldn't end up with faulty army helmets, and you'd find a productive use for greedy criminals.

Oh, and end the drug war. Do like Portugal and legalize ALL drugs. Every last one of them. The stupid fears of violent, crazy drug addicts overrunning the population is complete propaganda, as Portugal has proven. Crime drops like a stone, Addictions go down, and surprise, surprise, less minors get involved in drugs in the first place!

But find a politician with integrity who is willing to take away the humongous revenues the CIA and deep state makes from illegal drug trafficking. Not gonna happen, since 'politician' and 'integrity' aren't words that one can combine in this country, at least.



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