Some New Polling Information (Not That Bad, Actually)

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We’ve got some new polls that do not look too bad, in fact.

You can say they’re fake or real or whatever – who even knows. We here at the Daily Stormer have questioned whether or not the 2016 polls were as fake as they appeared to be, or if people simply voted differently than they answered on polls.

Either way, it’s worth looking at the polls.


Joe Biden’s lead over Donald Trump among registered voters has significantly narrowed since June, according to a new CNN poll conducted by SSRS, even as the former vice president maintains an advantage over the President on several top issues and his choice of California Sen. Kamala Harris as a running mate earns largely positive reviews.

And on the eve of the party conventions, a majority of voters (53%) are “extremely enthusiastic” about voting in this year’s election, a new high in CNN polling in presidential election cycles back to 2003.

Overall, 50% of registered voters back the Biden-Harris ticket, while 46% say they support Trump and Pence, right at the poll’s margin of error of plus or minus 4 percentage points. Among the 72% of voters who say they are either extremely or very enthusiastic about voting this fall, Biden’s advantage over Trump widens to 53% to 46%. It is narrower, however, among those voters who live in the states that will have the most impact on the electoral college this fall.

Across 15 battleground states, the survey finds Biden has the backing of 49% of registered voters, while Trump lands at 48%.

The pool of battleground states in this poll includes more that Trump carried in 2016 (10) than were won by Hillary Clinton (5), reflecting the reality that the President’s campaign is more on defense than offense across the states. Taken together, though, they represent a more Republican-leaning playing field than the nation as a whole.

The movement in the poll among voters nationwide since June is concentrated among men (they split about evenly in June, but now 56% back Trump, 40% Biden), those between the ages of 35 and 64 (they tilt toward Trump now, but were Biden-leaning in June) and independents (in June, Biden held a 52% to 41% lead, but now it’s a near even 46% Biden to 45% Trump divide).

The “battleground” states are the only thing that actually matters. The fact that 70% of New York supports Kamala doesn’t matter. These populous left-wing states skew the whole view on national polls. Urbanites will always be anti-social and always vote in an anti-social way. City dwellers hate freedom and love bizarre sexual activities, including man-on-man anal.

A WaPo poll has a different skewing.

Actually, it has almost the opposite skewing, which makes it difficult to believe either poll is all that meaningful.

Washington Post:

As the two major political parties prepare to open their national conventions, the race for the White House tilts toward the Democrats, with former vice president Joe Biden holding a double-digit lead nationally over President Trump amid continuing disapproval of the president’s handling of the coronavirus pandemic, according to a Washington Post-ABC News poll.

Democrats kick off their convention on Monday in a mood of cautious optimism, with Biden and his running mate, Sen. Kamala D. Harris (D-Calif.), leading Trump and Vice President Pence by 53 percent to 41 percent among registered voters. The findings are identical among a larger sample of all voting-age adults.

Biden’s current national margin over Trump among voters is slightly smaller than the 15-point margin in a poll taken last month and slightly larger than a survey in May when he led by 10 points. In late March, as the pandemic was taking hold in the United States, Biden and Trump were separated by just two points, with the former vice president holding a statistically insignificant advantage.

Today, Biden and Harris lead by 54 percent to 43 percent among those who say they are absolutely certain to vote and who also report voting in 2016. A month ago, Biden’s lead of 15 points overall had narrowed to seven points among similarly committed 2016 voters. Biden now also leads by low double-digits among those who say they are following the election most closely.

The president’s supporters are more eager than are Biden’s to cast ballots for him, with nearly 9 in 10 calling themselves enthusiastic and 65 percent saying they are “very enthusiastic.” Slightly more than 8 in 10 Biden supporters say they are enthusiastic about voting for him, with 48 percent saying they are “very enthusiastic.”

The motivations of the Trump and Biden supporters remain starkly different, with the president motivating both groups. Almost 3 in 4 who support Trump say they are casting an affirmative vote for the president, rather than to oppose Biden. Among those backing Biden, nearly 6 in 10 say they are voting mainly to oppose Trump rather than mainly to support the presumptive Democratic nominee.

Overall, 54 percent of registered voters say they are following the election “very closely,” a high water mark for polls at a similar point in campaigns over the past 20 years. The share of Republicans and Republican-leaning independent voters who say they are very closely following the campaign stands at 58 percent, the same was it was in early September 2016. Among Democrats and Democratic-leaning independent voters, 53 percent say they are very closely following the campaign, which represents a 13-point jump over this time four years ago.

I think what we’re seeing is a 50/50 split, where the election will be up in the air, and based on the whims of the mindless undecided in a few states. It will be based on what people who have no idea what is going on are feeling emotionally on the date.

That’s the core root of true democracy: the temporary emotional state of people who have no actual idea what is going on deciding the future of civilizations.

That’s why democracy is the greatest system ever invented by mankind, on all of the entire earth.

If the battleground states do mail-in voting, the chances of Trump winning drop to just about 0%.

The Democrats are just openly saying they’re going to do total fraud through mail-in voting.

So, I guess we’re probably going to have an idea who is going to win before the election. If Nancy Pelosi gets through mail-in in Michigan, Wisconsin, Ohio, etc., then just forget about it. That’s when you want to sell your house and move to the country.

Here’s your song for that trip: