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Watch out Democrats, Republican elitists, mainstream media, and Washington, D.C. socialites, your weekend of excitement and pleasure may have just come to an end.
Donald Trump has just retaken a national lead over Hillary Clinton in a new Rasmussen poll that showed him trailing by seven on Monday. He now leads her 43 percent to 41 percent.
In the past, Rasmussen Reports would not have been the first firm you’d accuse of striving to match the polling consensus. Instead, its surveys had a strong Republican “house effect”, meaning that they showed more favorable results for Republicans than other surveys of the same races. On Election Day, this house effect often translated into a Republican bias. Since Rasmussen Reports began publishing polls in 2000, its surveys have been 2.3 percentage points more favorable to Republicans than the outcomes of the elections they polled. fivethirtyeight.com...
originally posted by: DAVID64
I'm actually kind of starting to hope Hillary wins. The, when her followers discover they'been screwed, they have no one to blame but themselves. Most of the people who voted for Obama, now say they made a mistake. But what do they do? Go right ahead and elect someone who agreed with and supported him in every failed policy. Someone who has actually been caught saying her private agenda is different that what she tells the public.
If you haven't liked what's gone on under Obama, it's only going to be more of the same with Clinton, only much, much worse.
But, but, she's a woman!, it's gonna be different this time.