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  • fizrwinnr11 fizrwinnr11 Jun 24, 2012 5:13 PM Flag

    Rasmussen polls of 500 LV's are GOP outliers

    Here is some June polling in battleground states. Compare Rasmussen results with those of non-Rasmussen polls.

    Colorado:

    Obama +7. PPP poll on 6/17 of 799 RV's
    Obama +2. Purple Strategies poll on 6/05 of 600 LV's

    Tie. Rasmussen poll on 6/06 of 500 LV's

    Virginia:

    Obama +3. Purple Strategies poll on 6/05 of 600 LV's
    Obama +5. Quinnipiac poll on 6/04 of 1,282 RV's

    Tie. Rasmussen poll on 6/03 of 500 LV's


    Wisconsin:

    Obama +6. Marquette University poll on 6/16 of 594 LV's
    Obama +5. We Ask America poll on 6/06 of 1,270 LV's

    Romney +3. Rasmussen poll on 6/12 of 500 LV's


    This is just outrageous. I wonder how much the Romney campaign is paying Scott Rasmussen.

    For my work, I will no longer include Rasmussen polls in the averages.

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    • You are aware are you not that only a total Numbers Nitwit would compare polls without knowing their methodologies or records?

      Surely you know that Rasmussen has the best record since 1995 of all national polls, & was the first & earliest accurately to measure WI recall percentages, more precisely than polls taken later, & of course was the best in the 2008, 2004, 2000 & 1996 presidential elections.

      So naturally, you would leave out the best poll in favor of much worse ones.

      If you're so sure Obama is going to win, why won't you bet on that outcome? Is it because you have been so hilariously humiliated before, in 2004 & 2008 primary & general elections & the CA gubernatorial recall, Numbers Numbskull?

 
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