Wednesday, November 9, 2016

POLLS & voter preference Pollsters SUFFER HUGE DEFEAT by DONALD TRUMP FIRING UP his AMERICAN VOTERS - A vote FOR Trump was a vote AGAINST the CORPORATE, "establishment," AIPAC, ZIO-NAZI PROPAGANDA LIES Machine!

 Pollsters suffer huge embarrassment...

 See our  headline clip from  The Hill, posted below the video...

but not everyone got the VOTER PREFERENCES  or  voting sentiments of  MILLIONS of  American voters wrong:  Bill Still and

 Bill  Still: TRUMP will CRUSH HILLARY  - He FACTORS IN the "MONSTER VOTE" SKEW:

 including NEW VOTERS,  ENTHUSIASM for TRUMP, CROSSOVER voters DISGUSTED with Democrat + corp. media "establishment" lies & crimes...  especially in  toss-up states

 Trump Will CRUSH Crooked Hillary Clinton -
 Latest Electoral College Map Prediction by BILL STILL
https://youtu.be/2ihWm9NqAc0





"TRUMP SUPPORTERS 
will LOVE this video!"   -  1 week before election day  
https://youtu.be/Mp16z2l0p7A



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 Pollsters suffer huge embarrassment
The Hill, Nov. 9, 2016

 Pollsters and election modelers suffered an industry-shattering embarrassment at the hands of Donald Trump on Tuesday night. 
Trump had long said the polls were biased against him. 
His claims – dismissed and mocked by the experts – turned out to be true. 
“It’s going to put the polling industry out of business,” said CNN anchor Jake Tapper.   “It’s going to put the voter projection industry out of business.”
 Going into Election Day, a strong majority of pollsters and election modelers forecast that Hillary Clinton would coast to victory, with many predicting she would sweep the battlegrounds and win north of 300 electoral votes. 
The final University of Virginia Center for Politics model had Clinton winning 322 electoral votes to 216 for Trump, with Clinton winning Florida, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin – all states that she lost.
    Liberals lashed out at data guru Nate Silver for giving Trump a 35 percent chance of victory heading into Election Day, claiming he was putting his thumb on the scale for Trump by making the race appear closer than it was. Of the 11 national polls to be released in the final week of the race, only two – a Los Angeles Times-USC survey and one from IBD/TIPP – showed Trump with the lead. 
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