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 on: Today at 05:47:19 am 
Started by TN volunteer - Last post by StatesPoll


 42 
 on: Today at 05:47:02 am 
Started by cinyc - Last post by Seriously?
Why did Seriously? come back this year? Wasn't he embarrassed enough in 2012?
Obnoxious much? What are you doing here after 2014?

People are permitted to interpret data differently. I am growing tired of how a bunch of obnoxious brownshirts you red avatars are because I don't agree with you and your crooked candidate and your narratives, which are not based in reality.

70% of you red hacks had Hillary up 10 and the election over in August. And who was the one saying it would be close? Yes. This "embarrassed" blue avatar. Who was right?

I rest my case.

 43 
 on: Today at 05:45:22 am 
Started by marty - Last post by Spicy Purrito
Ultimately this all depends on perception. I think many Black Americans would say that they feel that they are disconnected from the mainstream and feel discrimination and oppression. Does this necessarily match the statistics? Yes and no. The same could be said about how many Americans feel that immigrants are taking their jobs or people on welfare waste their money. The facts may or may not agree or may be more complex and nuanced than any popular opinion, but what matters is how a group or community feels.

Latinos and Asians could probably be divided more by socioeconomic status and geography / urbanization than simply by race. Most urban Latinos and Asians seem to identify stronger with a sense of being non-White possibly because it is easier to find communities of ethnic identity in urban areas where concentrations of racial minorities are higher. This goes the same in rural places with hyper-segregation like the Rio Grande and Central Valley. However as we see in polls, Latinos and Asians are not monolithic voting blocs.

So much depends on the direction of the Republican party. Even some white groups like Jews are slowing their embrace of Republicans with Trump at the helm because his rhetoric is a reminder of the history of exclusion from the mainstream. When Dominicans, Chinese, or Colombians here about immigration bans I'm sure many feel that they might be the next target if Trump is willing to speak that way about Muslims, Filipinos, and Mexicans. If the Republicans can purge their nativist voting bloc they can easily gain many moderate minority voters. In fact I'm sure that many would support Trump if he had not been spewing race-baiting language because his ideas are quite populist otherwise. But his campaign is not that polished....
Trump is not banning immigration he would just limit it more than current levels.
Well, exclude some and limit others.

 44 
 on: Today at 05:43:42 am 
Started by TN volunteer - Last post by Chief Justice windjammer
I don't know if this poll is reliable or not, but that should be enough to make Van Ostern and Hassan win their respective races.

 45 
 on: Today at 05:43:29 am 
Started by Senator Blair - Last post by Rep. LLR
Congrats, Kingpo! I'm sure you'll be an amazing VP

 46 
 on: Today at 05:41:13 am 
Started by TN volunteer - Last post by Spicy Purrito
How did TNV start this meme?

 47 
 on: Today at 05:38:11 am 
Started by BaldEagle1991 - Last post by Shadows
It depends on Hillary's performance. TPP would be the breaking point & if she does cut Medicare or some welfare program in a deal with GOP, you bet it will be the last straw.

Bernie has set her up in a way & has already said she will be held accountable in 4 years to implement the Policies of the Dem Platform.

Look at some of the stuff -

Medicare age lowered to 45
Expansion of Childcare & Primary healthcare
Public Option
Free Public College Tuition
Infra Investment
Legalize Marijuana
15$ Minimum Wage
Tax on Carbon
Glass Steagal
Break the Banks
Paid Medical & Family Leave

Of these only thing we could see is some infra investment & maybe a small increase in Minimum Wage, some loan refinancing.

The script writes itself - Nothing done for Healthcare expansion, Tuition Free, no action on Wall Street - That coupled up with TPP & some welfare cuts - You have a readymade script.

Now Bernie is the only guy who could primary him because let's face it none of the Senators have balls - They are sh** scared & will do nothing - It depends on how healthy Bernie feels & what Clinton does.

 48 
 on: Today at 05:32:05 am 
Started by TN volunteer - Last post by Shadows
2020 if Hillary is President & a guy like Kasich is on the GOP Ticket. Unless GOP decides to screw up by nominating a guy like Cruz!

Superpac paid trolls of the Clinton campaign should come out of this idiotic delusional trance that her constant shifting of positions, flip-flopping, lying, her handling of classified emails, her corruption through her Foundation, her hawkish military stance has nothing to do with her unfavorables.

Clinton would have been a tremendous GOP Candidate if the GOP was the party it was a few decades back, I mean this person got all the endorsements of Congressmen, Senators, Governors before even a debate took place when Joe Biden, the VP was considering a run. That & her 100M$ of War Chest of Super Pac money forced Biden's hand out of this race!

 49 
 on: Today at 05:29:02 am 
Started by Franzl - Last post by Beezer
AfD moves into 2nd place in Brandenburg according to this Forsa poll:

SPD 30
AfD 20
CDU 17
Left 17
Greens 6
FDP 4

http://www.wahlrecht.de/umfragen/landtage/brandenburg.htm

 50 
 on: Today at 05:26:24 am 
Started by Tender Branson - Last post by Gustaf
Did StatesPoll ever go to school? Serious question. So far this year only 1,257 people have voted. Per here.

545 Republican
470 Democrat
242 Other/Unaffiliated

He probably went to school in Russia. Tongue

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