PANICKED: CNN Hypes Heavily Skewed Poll Saying Democrats Will Crush In 2018

GURPS

INGSOC
PREMO Member
The MSM is officially panicked. And a day after the historic vote — which no doubt will play well across America (GOP campaign motto: We Voted To Lower Your Taxes, They Voted To Keep Them High) — the illustrious media blanketed America with "fake news" stories.

A few hours before Trump held a celebration on the White House colonnade, CNN dropped this piece: "Democrats' 2018 advantage expands."

Democrats' already wide advantage over Republicans in a hypothetical Congressional matchup has grown, according to a new CNN poll conducted by SSRS. At the same time, enthusiasm about voting next year has increased among Democrats nationwide following an unexpected win in Alabama's Senate special election and a strong showing in Virginia's state government elections last month.

Among registered voters, 56% say they favor a Democrat in their congressional district, while 38% prefer a Republican. That 18-point edge is the widest Democrats have held in CNN polling on the 2018 contests, and the largest at this point in midterm election cycles dating back two decades. The finding follows several other public polls showing large double-digit leads for Democrats on similar questions.

Here's the thing, though. Just 23% of those surveyed identified themselves as Republicans — while 77% of the respondents identified as Democrats (33%) or independents and members of another party (44%).



PANICKED: CNN Hypes Heavily Skewed Poll Saying Democrats Will Crush In 2018
 

Hijinx

Well-Known Member
The MSM is officially panicked. And a day after the historic vote — which no doubt will play well across America (GOP campaign motto: We Voted To Lower Your Taxes, They Voted To Keep Them High) — the illustrious media blanketed America with "fake news" stories.

A few hours before Trump held a celebration on the White House colonnade, CNN dropped this piece: "Democrats' 2018 advantage expands."

Democrats' already wide advantage over Republicans in a hypothetical Congressional matchup has grown, according to a new CNN poll conducted by SSRS. At the same time, enthusiasm about voting next year has increased among Democrats nationwide following an unexpected win in Alabama's Senate special election and a strong showing in Virginia's state government elections last month.

Among registered voters, 56% say they favor a Democrat in their congressional district, while 38% prefer a Republican. That 18-point edge is the widest Democrats have held in CNN polling on the 2018 contests, and the largest at this point in midterm election cycles dating back two decades. The finding follows several other public polls showing large double-digit leads for Democrats on similar questions.

Here's the thing, though. Just 23% of those surveyed identified themselves as Republicans — while 77% of the respondents identified as Democrats (33%) or independents and members of another party (44%).



PANICKED: CNN Hypes Heavily Skewed Poll Saying Democrats Will Crush In 2018
The blacks turned out in record numbers because they are owned and operated by the Democrats.
That is why they won in Alabama.

But nationwide,"there aint enough of them".
 

vraiblonde

Board Mommy
PREMO Member
Patron
They need something to make themselves feel better. Remember how *sure* they were that Hillary would win in a landslide? Then they were so *sure* that Trump would be a terrible president? When they weren't being *sure* that Trump was only playing and had no intention of presidenting? And so *sure* that Trump would be impeached?

I think they make these polls up as they go along, because none of them turns out to be true.
 
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