Tag: PPP

Pollsters Having a Rough Start to 2016 Election

The 2016 race for the Republican nomination has already challenged virtually every bit of political conventional wisdom. It would take an entire series of articles to detail how wildly wrong the pundit and commentariat class have been this campaign. The race has also been challenging for pollsters.

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Poll Shows GOP’s Two Rival Wings Combine to 50 Percent for 2016

A new poll shows that the combined polling support for the populist and establishment candidates in the GOP primary adds up to 50 percent of the electorate. That is sufficient to defeat Hillary Clinton in 2016–if the GOP’s two wings can somehow rally all their supporters on election day.

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Progressive Pollsters Take over Dem Mockery Machine with “Deez Nuts”

With Jon Stewart retired and Stephen Colbert off the air for the summer, the Democrat establishment has picked up the slack in their tried-and-true technique of victory through mockery. Democratic polling firm Public Policy Polling (PPP) included a teenager using the name “Deez Nuts” in a recent presidental poll and showed him polling at 9 percent.