reply to post by TinfoilTP
wow your analysis is definitely lacking. the linked zogby clearly states that they polled 2077 people, 1066 of which are "likely republican voters"
meaning that they are registered as republican and voted in the last election. what about the youth who had no previous chance to vote? their poll
responses are discarded as unlikely voters.
"IBOPE Zogby International conducted an online survey of 2,077 voters. A sampling of IBOPE Zogby International's online panel, which is
representative of the adult population of the U.S., was invited to participate."
-so these statistics are of Americans who are predisposed to giving polls, as you have to have been a registered zogby user prior to the poll
starting, so that you would receive an email to participate in the poll, and respond to the poll prior to the close.
they then say that they applied weight to "region, party, age, race, religion, gender and education to more accurately reflect the population"
So after claiming that their online international poll is representative of the American public, they stretch the groups to meet their perception of
what the American voter is...when was the last time that broad sweeping generalizations were accurate?
what a joke.