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    Pat Caddell: Media Thinks Race Is Over, But ‘Nervous’ Clinton Campaign Knows ‘This Is a Change Election’

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    Pat Caddell: Media Thinks Race Is Over, But ‘Nervous’ Clinton Campaign Knows ‘This Is a Change Election’

    Post  sinister_midget on Mon Aug 29, 2016 5:28 pm

    Pat Caddell: Media Thinks Race Is Over, But ‘Nervous’ Clinton Campaign Knows ‘This Is a Change Election’

    Because the polls are BS. They know it. The right knows it. The left knows it. The people putting them out know it. They like to pretend nobody else does, though, which is why they keep putting them out and pretending they are significant.


    Veteran pollster and political analyst Pat Caddell, a regular on the Fox News Sunday night show “Political Insiders,” joined Breitbart’s Washington Political Editor Matthew Boyle on Monday’s edition of Breitbart News Daily on SiriusXM to break down the latest Breitbart News/Gravis national poll, which showed a significant tightening of the presidential race, placing Hillary Clinton ahead of Donald Trump by a statistically insignificant 1 point.



    “This poll, if anything, is somewhat more Democratic, because of the samples, than it ought to be,” Caddell noted, suggesting the news might be even better for Trump than it appeared.


    “The race has tightened,” he argued. “We see that in a number of polls over the last several days, that the race is tightening. There was a poll yesterday, the Morning Consult poll, where the margin had been cut from 6 to 3 in one week, in their tracking poll.”


    “Clearly the post-convention boomlet, and the Trump August problem – which some believe, in August, was as bad as any challenger, any candidate has had – seems to have now dissipated back to where we basically were 5 to 6 weeks ago,” he said.


    “This is a tight race. The reason it’s a tight race for the most part is that not only both candidates have problems, but that voters particularly, when they look at what’s been happening in the world and the country, believe that the country continues to be severely on the wrong track,” Caddell explained, citing a “rather significant 4-point decline in those who thought the country was going in the right direction.”


    “There clearly is a real change going on here,” he judged.   









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    Re: Pat Caddell: Media Thinks Race Is Over, But ‘Nervous’ Clinton Campaign Knows ‘This Is a Change Election’

    Post  sinister_midget on Mon Aug 29, 2016 5:33 pm

    Historian Predicts Trump Victory in November – And Possibly a Landslide for Trump in November

    Based on dismal economic figures in the country after seven years of Barack Obama, author-historian Robert W. Merry says it is likely Donald Trump will win the presidential election in November.

    It should be much more than likely.

    And based on “analytic structure” – Trump could very well win in a landslide.


    Zero Hedge reported:
    Suppose this election isn’t about Trump or Hillary at all. Suppose, as political scientists Allan J. Lichtman and Ken DeCell claimed in their 1988 book, Thirteen Keys to the Presidency, that all presidential elections from 1860 to the present are referendums on the sitting president and his party.

    If the public views the sitting president’s second term favorably, the candidate from his party will win the election. If the public views the sitting president’s second term unfavorably, the candidate from the other party will win the election.
    (Lichtman published another book on his system in 2008, The Keys to the White House: A Surefire Guide to Predicting the Next President.)

    Author/historian Robert W. Merry sorts through the 13 analytic keys in the current issue of The American Conservativemagazine and concludes they “could pose bad news for Clinton.”

    If five or fewer are negative for the incumbent, the incumbent party will win the election. If six or more are negative, the incumbent party loses the election. Merry counts eight negatives for President Obama’s second term, which if true spells defeat for the Clinton ticket.

    Whether the 13 issues are positive or negative for the candidates is of course open to debate, butconsider what it means that Trump won the Republican nomination despite the near-universal opposition of the Establishment.
    Consider that some polls found that 68 percent of adults think the country is on the wrong trackand a recent average of six polls on the subject concluded that 64% of adults feel the nation is moving in the wrong direction.

    This means 2/3 of the nation’s adults no longer buy into the Establishment/ mainstream media’s narrative that the economy is expanding nicely, things are going in the right direction and Hillary Clinton has a lock on the presidency…

    …Based on this analytic structure, Trump may not just win the election in November–he might win by a landslide–with landslide usually being defined by an overwhelming advantage in electoral college votes or 60% of the popular vote.


    Read the rest here.


    I still say if it's not a landslide the results will be monkeyed-with to make him lose. The bigger the landslide the better the chance he'll pull through.







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    Re: Pat Caddell: Media Thinks Race Is Over, But ‘Nervous’ Clinton Campaign Knows ‘This Is a Change Election’

    Post  JJRobinson on Tue Aug 30, 2016 7:53 am

    I hope the polls are BS...Fox news just showed Hitlary ahead of Trump in the General..

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