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mondale84
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« on: August 08, 2011, 10:08:46 pm »



Don't ask me to explain Oregon, New Hampshire, Mississippi, or South Dakota.

But, Mississippi has been sticking out over the past year for these weird approval ratings...what is going on in the Magnolia State? Any locals care to enlighten the ignorant masses?
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« Reply #1 on: September 19, 2012, 02:05:47 pm »

The new Pew poll looks likely to push Obama over the 50% approval barrier at RCP.

It hasn't because they're hacks...
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mondale84
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« Reply #2 on: September 19, 2012, 04:48:04 pm »

The new Pew poll looks likely to push Obama over the 50% approval barrier at RCP.

It hasn't because they're hacks...

Or maybe it's because Pew is at best a mediocre pollster.

That doesn't change the fact that RCP is a hack website...
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mondale84
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« Reply #3 on: September 19, 2012, 05:10:07 pm »

The new Pew poll looks likely to push Obama over the 50% approval barrier at RCP.

It hasn't because they're hacks...

Or maybe it's because Pew is at best a mediocre pollster.

That doesn't change the fact that RCP is a hack website...

RCP is fine, but a number of these polls are garbage.

I agree that a number of these polls are garbage including all Rassy, Gallup and ARG trolljobs, but RCP is a right-wing hack website and you should look at their article headlines to get a better idea of where they stand...
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mondale84
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« Reply #4 on: September 20, 2012, 09:08:56 am »

The new Pew poll looks likely to push Obama over the 50% approval barrier at RCP.

It hasn't because they're hacks...

Or maybe it's because Pew is at best a mediocre pollster.

That doesn't change the fact that RCP is a hack website...

RCP is fine, but a number of these polls are garbage.

I agree that a number of these polls are garbage including all Rassy, Gallup and ARG trolljobs, but RCP is a right-wing hack website and you should look at their article headlines to get a better idea of where they stand...

According to Mondale84 (who still wants a recount), all polls are wrong.

...anyone who has a modicum of respect for democracy "still wants a recount"... Roll Eyes
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mondale84
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« Reply #5 on: September 20, 2012, 11:15:38 am »

The new Pew poll looks likely to push Obama over the 50% approval barrier at RCP.

It hasn't because they're hacks...

Or maybe it's because Pew is at best a mediocre pollster.

That doesn't change the fact that RCP is a hack website...

RCP is fine, but a number of these polls are garbage.

I agree that a number of these polls are garbage including all Rassy, Gallup and ARG trolljobs, but RCP is a right-wing hack website and you should look at their article headlines to get a better idea of where they stand...

According to Mondale84 (who still wants a recount), all polls are wrong.

...anyone who has a modicum of respect for democracy "still wants a recount"... Roll Eyes

No, those people who still want a recount of 1984 have no respect for democracy.

We want a recount of 2000, dummy...
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