Talk about rigging the system and voter fraud. Or, perhaps worse.
Donald Trump, his campaign and some of his ardent supporters want America to believe that he was the overwhelming winner of Monday night’s presidential debate.
There are important issues related to these so-called "polls" and Trump's promotion of them that needs serious analysis.
Who won last night’s debate?
In form, content, demeanor and just about every other way to look at the words, “win” and “lose”, the winner was decisive, Hillary Clinton.
Now, a disclaimer.
by Lou Gehrig Burnett
Shocking Senate poll
A new poll on the U.S. Senate race released last week by Southern Media and Opinion Research (SMOR) of Baton Rouge has sent shock waves through the campaigns of some candidates.
Keep this in mind. Bernie Pinsonat of SMOR says the poll was paid for my business people, lobbyists, and others and that no campaigns were involved. So the poll is considered an independent one.
It was no surprise that the Commission on Presidential Debates which has a board of directors filled with liberal Democrats and establishment Republicans would pick liberal moderators for the presidential debates this year. They do it every four years in an attempt to help the Democrat presidential candidate. For some reason, Republican presidential nominees agree to this biased treatment.
These days, being a pollster is not easy.
For one, supporters of one of the other candidates (and often even the other candidates themselves) will always blast the pollster when they don’t like the poll.