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BREAKING FLORIDA POLL: One in Every Six DEMOCRATS Support DONALD TRUMP!

Jim Hoft Sep 7th, 2016 7:07 pm 54 Comments

Donald Trump is leading Hillary Clinton in the latest Florida PPP poll.

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And one in six Democratic voters in Florida supports Donald Trump.

That is HUUGE!

Conservative Treehouse reported:

No, we are not going to reverse course and start deconstructing the insufferable media polling. We are committed to continuing to ignore the nonsense, the ‘shiny thing’ chatter.

However, every once in a while an example surfaces where we can explain that decision using a current case in point. Cue today’s PPP Florida poll:

(Via
) […] PPP’s newest Florida poll finds a very tight race for President in the state. In the full field Donald Trump gets 44% to 43% for Hillary Clinton, with Gary Johnson at 5%, and Jill Stein and Evan McMullin each at 1%. But in a head to head between Clinton and Trump, the nominal lead flips to Clinton at 47/46. That’s because voters who support one of the minor candidates or are undecided in the full field pick Clinton by 12 points over Trump if they had to choose just between the two major candidates. (
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OMG… “tight race“. Oooooo,…. Ahhhhh,….. etc.

However, look at this first:

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Wait, huh… wha?…. 16% of Registered Democrats are supporting Donald Trump?

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38%? That's not going to happen... maybe 5% of the "rich elites" will vote for Hillary to protect their Power (in Washington)...

 

What I would be worried about if I were YOU, are:

 

1) That as BADLY as the fanatic Democrats have savaged Trump, there are a LOT of Blue Collar democrats that support him... they may not SAY so in public, but they may well VOTE for him...

 

2) Hillary is CORRUPT, and MANY Democrats know it... HOW MANY Democrats will just STAY HOME?

 

3) Blacks are apparently TWICE as likely to vote for Trump as they were for Romney... so, instead of 6%, it looks more like 12-15%... and THAT is the Blacks who will TALK about it...

 

4) With all that a possibility, the polls (people willing to tell you who they are voting for)... Trump is ahead in many battleground states, and tied in places like PA, MI, NH, and others...

 

I'll wait until tomorrow to make any predictions....

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And 38% of republicans are supporting Hillary.

YOU chump.,

The Latino vote is coming out in droves for Hillary in Florida, Nevada.

 

Not according to that poll. 16% of Democrats support Trump, 6% of Republicans support Hillary. So tell yourself another one.

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BREAKING FLORIDA POLL: One in Every Six DEMOCRATS Support DONALD TRUMP!

Jim Hoft Sep 7th, 2016 7:07 pm 54 Comments

Donald Trump is leading Hillary Clinton in the latest Florida PPP poll.

trump-florida-575x384.jpg

And one in six Democratic voters in Florida supports Donald Trump.

That is HUUGE!

Conservative Treehouse reported:

No, we are not going to reverse course and start deconstructing the insufferable media polling. We are committed to continuing to ignore the nonsense, the ‘shiny thing’ chatter.

However, every once in a while an example surfaces where we can explain that decision using a current case in point. Cue today’s PPP Florida poll:

(Via
PPP
) […] PPP’s newest Florida poll finds a very tight race for President in the state. In the full field Donald Trump gets 44% to 43% for Hillary Clinton, with Gary Johnson at 5%, and Jill Stein and Evan McMullin each at 1%. But in a head to head between Clinton and Trump, the nominal lead flips to Clinton at 47/46. That’s because voters who support one of the minor candidates or are undecided in the full field pick Clinton by 12 points over Trump if they had to choose just between the two major candidates. (
link
)

OMG… “tight race“. Oooooo,…. Ahhhhh,….. etc.

However, look at this first:

ppp-fl-575x194.jpg

Wait, huh… wha?…. 16% of Registered Democrats are supporting Donald Trump?

 

1 in 6 republicans support Hillary. so what, the other 5 out of 6 on each side support denying the self evident.

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PPP leans right.

 

And it's methods suck. It only calls landlines, and uses exclusively robo calls.

Have you ever talked to a robocall? Didn't think so. Neither do I. Only lonely neurotics do.

 

"

BY NATE COHN

September 12, 2013

 

" PPP doesn’t follow many of the industry’s best practices, like calling voters' cell phones; the firm only calls landlines. It discards hundreds of respondents in an unusual process known as “random deletion.” And because PPP's interviewers rely on lists of registered voters—rather than random digit dialing—and simply ask non-voters to hang up the phone, the firm can’t use census numbers to weight their sample, as many other pollsters do. This forces PPP to make more, and more subjective, judgments about just who will be voting."

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The same people that the racist trump called murderers and rapists are going to fuck him in the ass in Florida and other key states.

How sweet is that!

Justice will prevail.

PPP leans right.

 

And it's methods suck. It only calls landlines, and uses exclusively robo calls.

Have you ever talked to a robocall? Didn't think so. Neither do I. Only lonely neurotics do.

 

"

BY NATE COHN

September 12, 2013

 

" PPP doesnt follow many of the industrys best practices, like calling voters' cell phones; the firm only calls landlines. It discards hundreds of respondents in an unusual process known as random deletion. And because PPP's interviewers rely on lists of registered votersrather than random digit dialingand simply ask non-voters to hang up the phone, the firm cant use census numbers to weight their sample, as many other pollsters do. This forces PPP to make more, and more subjective, judgments about just who will be voting."

Because so many people have landlines..

Good call Dano..another BONER NOT RISING FAIL.

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PPP leans right.

 

And it's methods suck. It only calls landlines, and uses exclusively robo calls.

Have you ever talked to a robocall? Didn't think so. Neither do I. Only lonely neurotics do.

 

"

BY NATE COHN

September 12, 2013

 

" PPP doesn’t follow many of the industry’s best practices, like calling voters' cell phones; the firm only calls landlines. It discards hundreds of respondents in an unusual process known as “random deletion.” And because PPP's interviewers rely on lists of registered voters—rather than random digit dialing—and simply ask non-voters to hang up the phone, the firm can’t use census numbers to weight their sample, as many other pollsters do. This forces PPP to make more, and more subjective, judgments about just who will be voting."

Bla, bla bla. When society rules from one context with several interpretations, taking sides won't lead one back to what is originally divided. Going against all sides taken will leave one standing alone.

 

Dead correct not dead right or what's left guessing what real was or is while saving the reality they act out cradle to grave.

 

Want to really know what Eternal Hell is, watch the news and other forms of entertainment suggesting humanity done globally is the salvation for being human now. We all live as simultaneously spaced apart, not gifts from entities living outside the moment here.

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Things to think about:

 

1) Donald trump has tapped into a Blue Collar issue, when he talks about bringing JOBS back to America... How many Blue Collar Democrats will vote for him?

 

2) Will Democrats who KNOW Hillary is Dishonest and CORRUPT, actually VOTE for her... or will they STAY HOME?

 

3) How many Blacks will actually vote for Trump... although they will not talk about it to their LIBERAL friends?

 

These are the things that PROPELLED Trump into the Republican nomination... Support coming out of the woodwork, breaking records, and making HIM the nominee... will it happen AGAIN tomorrow?

 

 

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We do know that Latinos have already come out in record numbers and they won't be voting for Trump. He lost the election on the first day of his candidacy.

Then why did he win the primaries? News with views helping Hillary all the time? Trump wins, news media is open for new management in every technology used to corrupt the self evident results replaced with hyperbole sold as truth and justice for all that believe reality means everything.

 

No mercy on those accepting real as self evident..

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And 30% of the Republican party hate trump. So. And I thought you guys didn't like democrats. Oh now you do all of the sudden. Hmmmm

30% of registed republicans that make up between 28%-33% of the population and half don't vote is what majority? Same principle works for any party.

 

The enemy of those making my thinking their enemy is me. I choose to understand the self evident rather than be lost guessing what is or isn't possible cradle to grave.

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Early voting has come to an end in Nevada, and the final results are now in.

 

 

In Nevada, early voting began on October 22nd and it concluded on November 4th. According to data released by the Nevada Secretary of State, a total of roughly 770,000 Nevada citizens voted early this year. This is an increase of 65,000 votes compared to 2012, when 705,000 ballots were cast prior to Election Day. However, that increase isn’t all that surprising when we consider the fact that 200,000 people have registered to vote in Nevada between 2012 and 2016, according to KTNV.

 

Of the votes cast this year, 42 percent came from registered Democrats, 36 percent came from registered Republicans, and 21 percent came from those not registered with either of the two major parties. For comparison, in 2012, 44 percent of the early votes came from Democrats, and 37 percent came from Republicans, according to Politico.

 

 

A key part of the state to look at is Clark County, where over 60 percent of Nevada’s entire population of active voters lives. In that county, Democrats hold an enormous lead this year, ahead of Republicans by 52,000 votes.

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