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Old 11-06-2015, 05:27 AM
 
Location: Tennessee
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Zogby National Poll

Margin of error: +/- 5.4%
Republican primary and caucus voters

Trump 30%
Carson 17%
Rubio 10%
Cruz 8%
Bush 7%
Paul 4%

Zogby Analytics - Trump Still Leads in New Zogby Analytics Poll
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Old 11-06-2015, 07:32 AM
 
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Why is it that you only post polls where Trump is leading? I find that odd.
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Old 11-06-2015, 07:47 AM
 
Location: Montgomery County, PA
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Why don’t you post polls where Trump is not leading? I find that odd.
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Old 11-09-2015, 11:57 AM
 
Location: Tennessee
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Why is it that you only post polls where Trump is leading? I find that odd.
Not that it's any of your business but I have a life and I'm retired. From mid October - the first week of November, is my busiest time every year. I go on the computer (a desk top) early in the morning those days and I'm out before the polls are released (usually 9:00A). By the time I come back on in the afternoon or early evening, someone else has already posted the poll results. Sometimes poll results are release at 6:00PM. I hear about them while watching TV but I have a desktop and I don't have a smartphone. I'm not sitting by my PC 24/7.

I never post the polls where I don't understand the methodology. I skipped a Trump winning poll IPSOS something or other and Survey Monkey online stuff because of that reason. I don't believe in Real Clear Politics which averages polls, either.

I see a current poll in my state that I find hard to believe because my state is overwhelmingly Republican except for Nashville and Memphis. I simply don't believe that any Democrat would best any/every Republican in my state except in those two districts so I'll wait for the next one before I believe it.
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Old 11-09-2015, 12:04 PM
 
Location: Kansas
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Why is it that you only post polls where Trump is leading? I find that odd.
How many polls has Trump not been leading in? I think that will go a long way in explaining your issue.

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Why donít you post polls where Trump is not leading? I find that odd.
Dequindre hasn't started a thread yet with a "poll" topic so maybe his candidate hasn't really entered the race yet, we do have a few candidates just standing dumbfounded at the starting line. Some seem to be running in the wrong direction, some hiding and laying low..............
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Old 11-09-2015, 12:13 PM
 
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Not that it's any of your business but I have a life and I'm retired. From mid October - the first week of November, is my busiest time every year. I go on the computer (a desk top) early in the morning those days and I'm out before the polls are released (usually 9:00A). By the time I come back on in the afternoon or early evening, someone else has already posted the poll results. Sometimes poll results are release at 6:00PM. I hear about them while watching TV but I have a desktop and I don't have a smartphone. I'm not sitting by my PC 24/7.

I never post the polls where I don't understand the methodology. I skipped a Trump winning poll IPSOS something or other and Survey Monkey online stuff because of that reason. I don't believe in Real Clear Politics which averages polls, either.

I see a current poll in my state that I find hard to believe because my state is overwhelmingly Republican except for Nashville and Memphis. I simply don't believe that any Democrat would best any/every Republican in my state except in those two districts so I'll wait for the next one before I believe it.
Well, fact is, I saw a Poll you, LauraC, posted in a Therad HERE, yesterday, early Sunday morning which showed Ben Carson on Top with 31% and Trump in the low 20's as I recall.

So, this guy has made a bogus, Wrong claim.

Actually, y'day, when I saw the Poll Thread posted by LauraC, showing Carson leading, I was Surprised.

But, she did post that Thread, so, your claim Sir, is False.
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Old 11-11-2015, 02:30 AM
 
Location: Old Mother Idaho
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Meh.
Zogby's unique polling approach completely fell apart in 2012 and they've lost most of their credibility. And their clients as well.

I take every result they publish with a lot of skepticism these days. They still don't have their act together.
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