Sunday, July 31, 2016

Reuters Rigs Poll for Hillary: #The Fix Is Still In, Pt. Whatever--We've Lost Count

Poll Any Czech; Check Any Pole: They're Still Lying To Us


"[P]olitical polling pioneer Pat Caddell said the Reuters news service was guilty of an unprecedented act of professional malpractice after it announced Friday it has dropped the “Neither” option from their presidential campaign tracking polls and then went back and reconfigured previously released polls to present different results with a reinterpretation of the “Neither” responses in those polls.

"This comes as close as I have ever seen to cooking the results,” said the legendary pollster and political consultant. “I suppose you can get away with it in polling because there are no laws. But, if this was accounting, they would put them in jail.”

The decision comes on the heels of a Breitbart News report that shows a 17-point swing towards Republican presidential nominee Donald J. Trump and away from Democratic nominee Hillary R. Clinton.

“On July 25, they originally reported: Trump 40.3 percent and Clinton 37.2 percent, which was a Trump margin of 2.8,” he said. “They have recalculated that now–which I have never heard of–they changed that data, to be: Clinton 40.9 and Trump 38.4, which is a 2.5 margin for Clinton.”".........

"We know what you really meant to say so we're reassigning your answer." Arrogance, much?

Someday, they'll just quit asking pesky people altogether and just read their minds; the late Miss Cleo should have gone to work for the Reuters Psychic Polling Network. Hell, it may already be someday.

Reuters completely reversed their results. Of course, in Obamerica, everything is always upside down; the Iranians are our pals, the Israelis are our adversaries, the cops are bad guys and the thugs get hugs, etc.--so it's nice to know that Reuters is just as slanted and dishonest as ever.

It's comforting. Reassuring, really.

When asked about their poll-rigging, Reuters spokesman Macon Stuffup said "We changed the result based on a complex mathematical formula which, screw it; we just want our candidate to win."

I quote from reconfigured memory.

"Relax, mon--Miss Cleo of Reuters Psychic Polling already knows who you're voting for."

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