HIGHLY SUSPICIOUS: The Dems New Leaked “Internal Polling”

When you consider that there was a poll that Biden was the most supported AND most voted President in the entire history of America – you know that it is all framed and deeply fake.

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Polls are a lot like “sCiEnCe,” you can pay a researcher to come up with any finding you want or need to push your agenda or prove your so-called “facts.”

Polls have one purpose – to pump up finances and funds, viewership and publicity and most of all – to lead people to the ultimate wrong conclusion.

So, if these public polls are fluff, how does a politician really truly know where the people stand on issues and how they’re truly fairing?

“Well, they have what’s called “internal polling,” where they don’t use trick questions or pad the numbers. It’s bare-bones, raw truth and those polls drive a party in one direction over another, or have them doing a major about-face on issues.”

Here’s what Politico wrote on the topic.

“Democrats’ own research shows that some battleground voters think the party is “preachy,” “judgmental” and “focused on culture wars,” according to documents obtained by POLITICO.

And the party’s House campaign arm had a stark warning for Democrats: Unless they more forcefully confront the GOP’s “alarmingly potent” culture war attacks, from critical race theory to defunding the police, they risk losing significant ground to Republicans in the midterms.

The Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee is recommending a new strategy to endangered members and their teams, hoping to blunt the kinds of GOP attacks that nearly erased their majority last election and remain a huge risk ahead of November. In presentations over the past two weeks, party officials and operatives used polling and focus group findings to argue Democrats can’t simply ignore the attacks, particularly when they’re playing at a disadvantage. A generic ballot of swing districts from late January showed Democrats trailing Republicans by 4 points, according to the polling.”


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