Pollaganda and the Election Results
Pollaganda – n. 1. mainstream media (MSM) polling used to manipulate public opinion and advance a particular bias. 2. Outcome-based polling; instruments designed to generate a preferential outcome, which can be used to manipulate public opinion by advancing the perception that a particular issue, individual or group has a majority of public favor or disfavor. 3. A dezinformatsia (disinformation) campaign of political polling used for propaganda – polling masquerading as “objective journalism” designed to advance a liberal bias. Such is our definition of media polls. Yesterday was a case in point, as the polling was severely skewed in favor of Democrats. In fact, in several Senate races, polling had Democrats outperforming actual votes by an average of six points. Ed Gillespie wasn’t supposed to have a prayer in Virginia, but that race still hasn’t been called. David Perdue was supposed to face a runoff in Georgia, but he won handily. All in all, it’s clear that the only poll that matters is the one on Election Day.
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