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Obama vs Romney Polls: When You Crunch the Numbers, Romney is Actually Doing Very Well

Forrest12 Wrote: Sep 25, 2012 6:53 PM
Polls are lies, manipulations meant to influence. The mainstream media, is widely recognized as a house organ of the Democratic Party, thus their questions to the populace brings about the question, "what is this guy's agenda and why should I help him"? "I was just telling what he wants me to say anyway, and leave my real opinion , on the ballot, on election day." The closer we are to election day, or even polling results from exit polls are stronger in probability, but still remain elusive in certainty. Because of 2010 election results, the size of various tea party rallies, the Chick Fila debacle, the tight camera angles taken at the Democratic convention, not exposing empty seats, I predict a Republican landslide !
Editors' note: this piece originally appeared at PolicyMic.

Two things typically happen after the major parties conventions come to an end. People that normally do not pay attention for most of the year start to pay attention to the news and polls more, and voter enthusiasm jumps up as a result. The major polls that are appearing on the daily newscasts, in the newspapers and on the internet have become incredibly important. While meant to accurately reflect the views of the nation, these polls today have unfortunately turned into a weapon.

Many major organizations have skewed their...