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Saturday, August 20, 2016

Leaked Public Policy Polling document describing the truth regarding what is really happening in the presidential race, in this case in Florida:

Leaked Public Policy Polling document describing the truth regarding what is really happening in the presidential race, in this case in Florida:

OVERVIEW: Trump Dominates, Hillary Flat-lines.

DATA BREAKDOWN: The 3 day poll conducted in Florida contacted 715 voters across 63 coutnies. The results will need to be heavily cleansed before release. The top level numbers are as follows:
74% Donald Trump
9% Hillary Clinton
3% Jill Stein
1% Gary Johnson
6% Undecided
In 2012 Florida broke 50.0% to 49.1% for Barack Obama. As of 2016, the official voter registration numbers stand at 4,396,609 Republican
4,659,801 Democrat with a 263,192 D advantage (a .06% advantage for D). Given this registration, the popular vote should be extremely close...

*****
should be extremely close...but clearly is NOT.

Here is a link to the Wiki article on Public Policy Polling:
Public Policy Polling (PPP) is a U.S. polling firm based in Raleigh, North Carolina.[1] PPP was founded in 2001 by businessman Dean Debnam, the firm's current president and chief executive officer.[2] PPP is described as one of the "most accurate" polling companies[3][4] with a tendency to slightly lean Republican.[5] 
PPP first entered prominence through its performance in the 2008 Democratic primaries between Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton. The company performed very well, producing extremely accurate predictions in many states ranging from South Carolina to Wisconsin, many of which featured inaccurate results by other pollsters.[11][12] 
After the November election, PPP was ranked by the Wall Street Journal as one of the two most accurate firms, among those who were most active in the presidential swing states.[13]

Here's a Screenshot of the Public Policy Polling Page:


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