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Pollster: Those Polls Might Be Even Better
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Posted By: Dreadnought, 9/26/2022 12:17:45 AM

As we reported earlier, the new ABC/WaPo poll is just a wasteland for the Democrats. The poll of likely voters had Joe Biden back down at 39 percent approval, the generic ballot at Republicans +5 (51 percent to 46 percent). The economy was the number one issue for 84 percent of the people in their decision on who to vote for Congress, with 74 percent saying the state of the economy was poor under Biden. On top of that, the numbers as to who they trust show them favoring the GOP by massive amounts on the most important issues in this race: economy (+17), inflation (+18), and crime (+22). Biden is underwater

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Reply 1 - Posted by: Dr. Constant 9/26/2022 1:00:10 AM (No. 1287896)
Candidates still need to run like they are being chased by a bear. People still need to vote. Polling stations still need to be watched. Apply law-fare to every demonrat, whenever possible.
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Reply 2 - Posted by: mifla 9/26/2022 4:28:57 AM (No. 1287932)
Republicans need to get off of their couches and vote.
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Reply 3 - Posted by: Rinktum 9/26/2022 4:57:59 AM (No. 1287938)
Good advice, #1! Never take any election for granted. Get out and vote and urge like minded individuals to do the same.
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Reply 4 - Posted by: bpl40 9/26/2022 8:32:29 AM (No. 1288021)
Polls are not my worry. We didn't 'lose' 2020 because the polls were bad. What have we done to foil and frustrate the brazen attempts at vote fraud that are sure to be unleashed. The Dominion machines are still there. The Mules and harvesting is still there. The COVID justified mail in rules are still there. A majority of Democrat poll watchers are still being appointed. And I am sure the corrupt and co-opted judges are still standing by. THAT is what keeps up at nights.
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Reply 5 - Posted by: red1066 9/26/2022 9:56:43 AM (No. 1288084)
I wonder how many more demosluts than Republicans they had to poll to get Biteme to 39% approval.
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Reply 6 - Posted by: nelsonted1 9/26/2022 10:10:47 AM (No. 1288094)
"Candidates still need to run like they are being chased by a bear.". Or are the bear.
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Reply 7 - Posted by: enemyofthestate 9/26/2022 1:02:46 PM (No. 1288245)
How many conservatives are like me and refuse to participate in polls? A Yale University professor somehow got my name and address and solicited me by mail for a political poll. The solicitation went immediately into the dumpster.
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Reply 8 - Posted by: Omen55 9/26/2022 5:03:30 PM (No. 1288449)
We'll know the morning after.
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