Tag Archives: political polling

A Clear Path Forward. Will Others Listen?

Timestamp: Thursday morning.

It’s been two weeks since Joe Biden’s terrible debate performance yet it is still the number one story at the expense of more important election factors that are getting much less coverage. That is the problem!

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A Song And A Poll

“In olden days a glimpse of stocking was looked on as something shocking. Now, Heaven knows, anything goes.” Those are the opening words of the 1967 song, Anything Goes, as performed by Harper’s Bizarre. I’ll expand on that below and juxtapose it with a recent poll.

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Some alarming new polling in swing states came out this past weekend. Unlike most Americans I actually have a clue as how to interpret the results of political polls. That coupled with the calendar make it less alarming but still puzzling and concerning.

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He Is Special

Love him or hate him you have to admit that Donald Trump is one of those rare special politicians. JFK and Barack Obama were special in that they defied my pet theory of the American voter: they vote against, not for, candidates. Kennedy and Obama were rare exceptions to that rule. Trump is the most unique exception in that people both vote for him and against him regardless of the opponent(s).

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