Wednesday, July 15, 2015

Hillary Win Mississippi? At this point the polls are quite meaningless.

We are still over a year away from the election. There has been no debates. Not enough information about each candidate except when the media covers a controversy. And if you are CNN, then you do what you can to provoke a controversy even if there isn't one.

 From the Examiner:

  • Donald Trump announced his presidential campaign June 16, and according to a poll released yesterday from Public Policy Polling Trump is now leading all Republican candidates in North Carolina. A CNN/ORC poll has Trump second among all Republican candidates nationally, and a Quinnipiac University poll has Trump placing second in the key state of Iowa. Suddenly analysts are beginning to consider the possibility that Trump really could win the Republican Party nomination for president. If so, as the above Electoral College map shows, Democrats may be elated. According to the most recent polling available, Trump would lose against Clinton 119-419 in a theoretical Electoral College matchup.