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originally posted by: amfirst1
a reply to: Greggers
It's not scientific when they poll 25% more Democrats, a lot more women, and hispanics. The polls have already been debunked and a fraud and coordination by Podesta and the media.
originally posted by: ChaoticOrder
I don't really use Facebook, but as I understand it, the platform uses algorithms which result in social media bubbles where people typically hear opinions they agree with, so chances are this guy is connected to a lot of right leaning people and that will skew the results. The exact same thing happens on ATS and on the internet in general. I remember during the last elections, if you were to guess who was going to win based purely on ATS comments and even comments all around the internet, you would have guessed that Ron Paul was the favourite, but he didn't even make it into the debates. That taught me never to trust one single sample group, even if that group is the entire internet, because actually there's a lot of people who don't use the internet or just don't go sharing their opinion online. At this point I'd say it's fairly clear Hillary will win the election, no one really cares about her email scandals compared to the recent Trump shenanigans.
originally posted by: olaru12
originally posted by: TheKnightofDoom
a reply to: olaru12
I got a join up deal with paddy power. I could have gotten Clinton at 4 to 1.
Readem and weep....Trumps done!
I have a few bucks on Trump....I'm a sucker for long shots!!
originally posted by: Davg80
Can I ask you who you support?
originally posted by: muse7
Are we seriously discussing the credibility of a g-d dmn facebook poll?
originally posted by: imjack
People that "support Hillary" do so in the sense that they "support the mailman" doing their job. It's not even close to comparable to the star-spangled-fanboyism of Trump. [redacted] think he could cure cancer, the most cliche delusion of all-time.