View Full Version : What pollster was most accurate?
11-08-2004, 09:14 PM
Good breakdown on both the national and state levels
11-08-2004, 11:11 PM
How amusing. How many "exit polls" did they visit? Which ones did they visit?
Of course, the Little 4, CBS, NBC, MSNBC and ABC would never tell you which precincts they did exit polls on did they? Were they doing an exit poll on every precinct? Did they have 10,000 employees to even have a reasonable sampling?
What the Idiot LABF doesn't even have a clue about is they can sample a specific precinct and try to project it. It usually go something like this: "In this traditionally battleground precinct here in Cleveland, exit polls show a clear advantage in early exit polls".
In other words, they are sampling out of a few precincts. There simply isn't the manpower to get a sampling. But that doesn't stop Idiot Boy.
11-09-2004, 12:59 AM
I followed Rassmussen all election season, and thought I was well served by his poll...
11-09-2004, 01:14 AM
Rasmussen 50.2 48.5 - 1%
Taco! IT WAS THE EXIT POLLS THAT DECIDED THE ELECTION!
That Poll was polluted!
I have been thru this while LABS seems to think that Zodos has made it unworkable.
11-09-2004, 01:46 AM
The bizarre thing about the exit polls is that they were predominantly conducted under the auspices of the Associated Press, same as they were under the old Voter News Service that laid an egg in 2000 and the ones conducted ever since it was decided that the news organizations would use a "consortium" and pool their resources (massive exit polling is a costly thing).
In other words, like a crummy detergent, they keep coming back with a new name but offer you the same old soap.