Pollsters Blaming Their Failure on “Shy” Trump Voters!?

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Frank Luntz blames shy Trump voters for not cooperating with pollsters for fear of information being used against them. He knows nothing about us. I had only one call from a pollster this year and stayed on the line for an hour answering every lame, loaded question she asked. And boy were they loaded. I argued with the caller about why her questions were biased and when all was said and done, she thanked me for being the most honest survey she’s had. And I haven’t been labeled “shy” since kindergarten through 6th grade. I had two Trump signs at my house. That’s not shy.

Apparently the pollster believed all the lies she was asking me about Trump, so I enlightened her. For instance, she asked, “How do you feel about Trump’s tax cuts that just went to the rich?” Lie number one. “Do you agree with Trump’s elimination of pre-existing conditions from healthcare?” Lie number two.

Pollsters survey mostly Democrats and Independents as they know how a registered Republican will answer their questions, so why bother. They ignored us. That’s the reason they got it so wrong. Not because we are shy. It’s because they don’t call Republicans. They wanted the polls to be skewed so they could suppress voter turnout, embarrass Trump, and lie to the media. Who knows, maybe they did suppress some votes?

Good job, pollsters. Maybe find a line of work where you don’t have to lie for a living before and after an election. I truly think pollsters live in a liberal bubble like in D.C. and expect all surveys to be Trump haters. When they’re not, they are blown away. There’s a reason Washington D.C. voted 93% for Biden. Living in a bubble. And not a very smart bubble either.

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