The same American pollsters which fraudulently reported biased and intentionally misleading poll numbers during the campaign season have once again announced they are incorrect with current polls regarding the political process in America and approval ratings.
I'm sure they just bad to initially recover from their shock over President Donald Trump’s 2016 election victory, which handed their party the most massive loss in American history.
“I do know inherently there is a Democratic bias in the polls, and most of them will deny it” claimed Raghavan Mayur, an independent pollster who is President of TechnoMetrica, which is the head of polling operations at Investor’s Business Daily.
IBD is a national investor's media service, and also was one of the only polling organizations to accurately predict a Trump victory in 2016 while also accurately predicting the last four Presidential elections.
“Typically, the mainstream media and the major polling companies will never admit their bias to you,” Mayur said. “This is like an alcoholic not admitting to using alcohol. They are in denial.”
Even some on the left are agreeing with this assertion, including Democratic pollster Patrick Cadwell, saying “there was a couple of days of shock. And then they moved on because what they could not do is to get to the bottom of their own polling bias.”
Caddell was the Chief Pollster for Democratic Presidential candidates George McGovern in 1972, President Jimmy Carter in 1976 and 1980, former Senator Gary Hart in 1984, creepy Senator Joe Biden in 1988 and California Governor Jerry Brown in 1992. Now, Caddell is a paid Fox News contributor.
Most of the polling pools used to research information and data are “overloaded for Democrats, underloaded for Republicans and conservatives,” said Francis Coombs, managing editor of Rasmussen Reports.
John Zogby, who founded independent pollster group Zogby, also claimed that he notices the obvious Democratic polling bias. “I am a liberal Democrat, but I always felt that other polls oversampled Democrats and undersampled Republicans,” he said.
Ever since the massive failure of pollsters during the 2016 elections, the world realized that these clearly bias companies would poll “registered” or “likely voters,” a flaw which cost them the election.
It's not just liberal pollsters doing this though, some considered on the right such as The Economist, Rasmussen, Fox News and USA Today, are still practicing this failed tactic.
It is however dominant amongst the left wing media, including Reuters, CBS, CNN, Gallup and CNBC. All of these polls only research “adults” from the age 18 and up, which adds in a massive number of Americans who literally never or only rarely vote at all. This is what pollsters refer to as “likely voters.”
“If I were to start doing a poll of presidential approval, I personally would do registered voters,” said Kyle Kondik, lead Managing Editor of “Sabato’s Crystal Ball,” which is the web site for independent national pollster Larry Sabato of the University of Virginia.
“If you’re looking specifically at trying to figure out the electoral effects, you’re probably better off doing registered voters or likely voters,” Kondik said.
“When you get down to it, it’s voting issues that matter. A sizable number of Americans may not like something, but if they don’t care about it enough to vote, it ultimately doesn’t matter politically,” said Coombs, whose company only tracks “likely voters.”
Kathleen Weldon, who works as a Director of Data Operations at the Roper Center, who's business model is to track policy based polls, said “pollsters should focus on measuring attitudes of people who care about issues.”
“If you speak with people who work on policy, you want to know about people who care about an issue. So, you can see very different attitudes between people who say that an issue is important and go to the polls and those who do not,” Weldon said.
Most of the industry referred to President Trump's sweeping election as a “jarring event” in its official 2016 election report published by the American Association for Public Opinion Research (AAOPR).
Later this same commission May 4, 2017, reported that the very national polling companies which totally dropped the ball during the election were not at fault in 2016. This is them covering for their reputations to try and remain relevant.
“National polls were generally correct and accurate by historical standards. National polls were among the most accurate in estimating the popular vote since 1936,” the AAOPR concluded.
Somehow the pollsters can't seem to figure out the difference between “adults” and “likely voters”, which leads you to question the rest of their flaw induced polling methods.
“By and large, we’ve always reported presidential approval just based on adults 18 and above,” Dr. David Dustin of the joint CBS-New York Times public opinion surveying group SSRS stated.
There are visibly two separate methods for polling being used right now. The individual two surveying strategies is vividly illustrated in polling numbers on Trump’s job approval ratings. One comes from the biased globalist ran companies, who failed on 2016, and one comes from the very few who predicted Trump would win.
Rasmussen is just one example, of whom since Jan. 20, 2017, has tracked Trump’s approval ratings between 42 to 57 percent, based upon those “likely voter” responses.
On the opposite end of the spectrum there's the failing Gallup polls, which by researching just “adults” claims that Trump’s approval ratings are lower 35 to 46 percent, which is a massive difference of as much as 11 percent.
However more recently from from the same globalist backed groups, during June 15 to July 5, those surveying all American adults found President Trump’s job approval rating is between 36 to 38 percent, according to Real Clear Politics (RCP).
Instead during the same period though, the groups who normally get it right polled “registered voters” or “likely voters” and recorded Trump approval numbers between 41 to 44 percent.
The problem being is that there are millions of people secluded sections of the country not being polled at all. I can personally tell you that myself or anyone in my family, of whom are traditional and right leaning in general, have simply never been polled.
In further underscoring my point, Mayur said that he personally dismisses all Presidential approval ratings because of the current toxic political environment.
“I don’t even worry about the approval rating as much as many others do because it’s unfair with the incessant negative coverage that no other president has ever faced,” he said.
There are also astounding differences in outcomes which are seen in documenting the consensus for the “direction of the country,” according to RCP.
Those who are polled by the globalist backed firms as “likely” or “registered voters” approved of the country’s direction between 32 to 36 percent. Surveys of “adults” found only 29-31 percent believed the country was heading in the right direction.
I don't think anyone believes, in their right mind, that the President of the United States poll numbers are this low. In fact just based upon social media trends alone I'd say his haters are actually in this minority. The American people love President Trump, and they stand beside him.
Another underlying point the globalist polling companies refuse to acknowledge in the left wing media is how Trump compares to former President Barack Obama.
On July 28, 2016, only 22.9 percent of the public approved of the country’s direction, according to RCP. By July 2, 2017, that figure improved to 32 percent, a nine percent increase over Obama.
“Many of the polls are born to meet expectations,” said Caddell. “I hate to say it, but they are designed for ‘desired results.’ I’ve have some history, and I don’t think the polls have ever had this common problem in my lifetime.”
Combs went on to agree that the liberal news media is largely out of step with the American public. I'm sure we're all aware of this by now.
“What is clear is that voters do not dislike Trump as much as the media does,” he said. “Look at Russia. The media is just obsessed with Russia. Democrats who are out on the hustings say ‘nobody asks me about Russia.’ The polls don’t seem to jive with what we’re seeing with the traditional media.”
It seemingly is all propaganda coming from the press, and these poll companies which allegedly claim to be impartial, however it's quite obvious they are left wing leaning parasites.