could you repeat that question?

How accurate are polls? ( see link at end)…According to John McLaughlin most polls that favor Obama are based on random calls, not even registered voters, let alone likely voters. He accuses the Obama campaign of pressuring pollsters to produce false results, a tactic that almost won Gore the election in 2000:

The Democrats want to convince [these anti-Obama voters] falsely that Romney will lose to discourage them from voting. So they lobby the pollsters to weight their surveys to emulate the 2008 Democrat-heavy models. They are lobbying them now to affect early voting….Major pollsters have samples with Republican affiliation in the 20 to 30 percent range, at such low levels not seen since the 1960s in states like Virginia, Florida, North Carolina and which then place Obama ahead. The intended effect is to suppress Republican turnout through media polling bias….

—See more Tarantula graphic goodies from Jesse Marinoff Reyes: and David Cowles:—

I think somewhere in the middle is the truth. We have definitely lost the concept of citizenship as a nation. That makes us bad voters. How many have lost it to the point where they’ll vote for a free stuff over the health of the nation is another issue that will be settled in a couple months.( Read More:

…Internal emails between senior officials at The Gallup Organization, obtained by The Daily Caller, show senior Obama campaign adviser David Axelrod attempting to subtly intimidate the respected polling firm when its numbers were unfavorable to the president.

After Gallup declined to change its polling methodology, Obama’s Department of Justice hit it with an unrelated lawsuit that appears damning on its face.

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