- 29% of voters believe aliens exist
- 21% of voters say a UFO crashed in Roswell, NM in 1947 and the US government covered it up. More Romney voters (27%) than Obama voters
(16%) believe in a UFO coverup
- 51% of voters say a larger conspiracy was at work in the JFK assassination, just 25% say Oswald acted alone
i thought more people would of thought that shapeshifting aleins run government/world, but only 4% did
to me some of the idiot ones
- 13% of voters think Barack Obama is the anti-Christ, including 22% of Romney voters
- 28% of voters believe Saddam Hussein was involved in the 9/11 attacks. 36% of Romney voters believe Saddam Hussein was involved in 9/11,
41% do not
also i think some of the questions were leading and should of been left out like
- 11% of voters believe the US government allowed 9/11 to happen, 78% do not agree
so america, is it contageous?
if you like further viewpoints on the poll
there are many, search for your own
but if you like, in true ATS fashion
an alex jones rant
this guy is kinda nutty lol... but you already know that!
if you still want more...heres a random video off youtube about the poll
It would be fun to compare this statistic to what they believed in say the 1920's but that data doesn't exist. I know around the Civil War period,
just from studying articles, that there were numerous pamphlets being circulated about the NWO, anti-semetic stuff, and doom and gloom end of the
world type of things but given that information was harder to come by it probably wasn't as high as today.
However, had they had access to the internet at that time we might be surprised at how people viewed the world and what was going on. People did not
react as well to change back then as we do now but they also didn't have the technological advances we do today so it is an interesting thing to
Pollaganda does NOT really fascinate me for some reason...
Pollaganda uses outcome-based opinion samples (polling instruments designed to generate a preferential outcome) reflecting prior-opinion
indoctrination or cultivation by the media. The results are then used to manipulate public opinion further by advancing the perception that a
particular opinion on an issue enjoys majority support. The MSM then presents this "data" as if it were "news."
Public Policy Polling (PPP) should be ashamed of themselves
I believe its fairly common knowledge that PPP is a biased propaganda outlet for the DNC.
Public Policy Polling doesn’t like
being called out for its blatant bias and idiocy, you see.
@ppppolls And you want people to believe you are a non-partisan polling org? Why not just admit you are bought and paid for my the DNC—
one example, PPP were accused of “cheerleading” for Obama after announcing that Obama had extended his lead in Ohio beyond the margin of his 2008
victory, leading to claims that the agency was “paid by the SEIU” and exhibiting “blatant bias and idiocy.”
Others have accused PPP of deliberately including flagrantly bias questions in their surveys that are designed to elicit an overwhelmingly positive
response in favor of Obama.
Lol, if there was ever any doubt that PPP is a corrupt
mouthpiece for the DNC and guilty of agenda polling at it's worst, the +9 Republican sample in this poll shows it in all it's glory. Even in 2010
Republicans were only +3 in turnout and PPP has them +9? PPP you are a joke.
Why do think PPP even cares about their credibility? PPP exists to
get Obama re-elected. Credibility is meaningless. All that matters to PPP is getting Obama re-elected. People need to stopping reading and quoting PPP
polls. They are bias on purpose. They are garbage. PPP polls are Obama propaganda.
Is it that surprising really? From JFK to 911, and now a stock market at all time highs with massive unemployment in some states. Even the most
disinterested person can see that our economies, politics, and military engagements are based on deception.
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