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I don't use them to offend; I use them to embellish.

Thursday, October 29, 2020

Scrambling for Relevance

 The polls were mostly wrong in the 2016 election. The polls, up to this week, were paralleling the 2016 polls, which don't reflect the enthusiasm of the Trump voters. This looks bad for pollsters, since they make their money from those that believe their fabrications, lies, inaccurate information, scientific polls reflect reality. 

I think the next few days will show a change in the polls, which is necessary for the pollsters. If they blow it again, they might as well train to flip burgers. 


  1. Luntz' comments agree with yours:
    "If we get this wrong, polling is finished."

  2. When has being right been necessary to be a talking head on television?

    1. Talking heads make a lot of money, which requires something to say, regardless of facts.

  3. Replies
    1. The polls are narrowing. I had the feeling they would.