This doesn’t add up

Compare the graph above to the article below:

Consensus of Polls Shows Romney Up in Florida

You can find pretty much every species of poll in Florida right now.


Though the numbers were here and there, the outcome was the same everywhere.

Unless there is a major glitch, Mitt Romney will beat Newt Gingrich.

For the past few days we’ve seen numerous polls stating that Romney is extending his lead over Gingrich in Florida. But at the same time nationwide polls show that Romney’s popularity is going down like the Costa Concordia.


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47 Responses to This doesn’t add up

  1. 1539days says:

    The scariest interpretation is that while we see the occasional story about the contest on the news networks and the net in other states, Florida is getting bunker busted with ads where Newt is being savaged by at least a 3:1 ratio.

    If you lie enough, people believe the lie. We just haven’t been worth lying to yet.

    You can fool all of the people some of the time.

  2. kc says:

    I live in Fl. and believe me, it’s been non-stop anti-newt ads. People are being brain washed.

  3. yttik says:

    Relax, soon we won’t even bother with elections anymore. Everything will be based on polls. They already call elections when only 1% of the vote is counted based on nothing but polls and predictions. It’s really kind of creepy.

  4. myiq2xu says:

    Another FOX infiltrator:

  5. myiq2xu says:

    You Eat That?
    Disgust is one of our most basic emotions—the only one that we have to learn—and nothing triggers it more reliably than the strange food of others

  6. myiq2xu says:

    So far the SAG awards is a snoozefest.

  7. Lola-at-Large says:

    The Establishment’s current favorite superpower is dragging incompetent, unelected bores over the finish line.

  8. Three Wickets says:

    Robert Kagan in the New Republic. Against the Myth of American Decline

    At the State of the Union on January 26, President Barack Obama argued, “Anyone who tells you that America is in decline or that our influence has waned, doesn’t know what they’re talking about.” According to a Foreign Policy report, the president had read and been influenced by the TNR article below, discussing it at length in an off-the-record meeting on the afternoon of the speech.

    Obama inspired by PNAC founder and Romney advisor Robert Kagan. How times change.

  9. T says:

    At his worst, Mittster has a better favorability than Newtie.

  10. HELENK says:

    this really makes me feel warm and comfy

    soros says not much difference between backtrack and romney

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