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I will put this running score of “poll” results on a page. But for the time being, I will start it here.

Rasmussen had Trump down 4 two days ago. (see here)

And now here.

We will be keeping a close track of any “adjustments” that Rasmussen will want to introduce to their methodology.

On a related note, the LATimes USC poll has Trump back at even. That is the “Election Poll: All tied up” link above Bill Clinton’s illegitimate son’s and grandchildren’s picture.

UPDATE 07:30 13 October 2016

There is a story going around that there is a tape of Bill Clinton raping a minor. I am putting the link below. I also have a second confirmation that it is out there. (see here)

UPDATE 2 – 08:55 13 October 2016

We have confirmation. LATime/USC Poll has Trump leading (see here)

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UPDATE 3 – 00:45 14 October 2016

Trump has the BIG MO behind him now. We are seeing this in the demographic data. The latest supporting evidence comes by way of the Rasmussen Poll. (see here)

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Here is the Rasmussen breakdown and it is truly amazing:

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And finally, a word about the veracity of the Rasmussen poll. Over at Mundabor’s blog, he has a good overview of why this is one of the polls to watch. (see here) The other poll that appears “legit” is the LA Times USC poll. More about that one in an upcoming UPDATE.

UPDATE 4 – 03:00 14 October 2016

As promised, the background of the bickering Clinton Media Outfits attacking the LA Times USC poll, brought to you by the one and only Rush Limbaugh: (see here)

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And here is the comical narrative that the NY Times (former owner of Crux if you recall) is trying to sell:

Okay, so the rest of the media has been very curious about this, like the pollsters at NBC/Wall Street Journal or ABC/Washington Post or CBS/New York Times, Reuters/Ipsos, CNN/ORC (whoever the hell they are).  They’re all looking at this LA Times and saying, “Who the hell are these people?”  Kind of like Butch and the Sundance Kid watching this posse always be on their tail: “Who are those guys?”  Trying to figure out who they are.  So the New York Times dug deep.  The New York Times had to find out why that LA Times poll is at such variance with every other poll. 

The headline: “How One 19-year-old Illinois Man Is Distorting National Polling Averages.” The New York Times has an entire story here blaming a 19-year-old black guy for the LA Times poll.  “There is a 19-year-old black man in Illinois who has no idea of the role he is playing in this election.  He is sure he is going to vote for Donald J. Trump.  And he has been held up as proof by conservatives — including outlets like Breitbart News and The New York Post — that Mr. Trump is excelling among black voters.

And this above is what passes for investigative journalism in Anno Domini 2016.

UPDATE 5 – 07:30 14 October 2016

More bad news for Sick, Crooked, Unelectable Hillary comes from Gallup Research (see here)

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Americans’ Satisfaction Similar to a Month Before 2012 Election

Hillary Clinton has said she is the only candidate who will continue Obama’s policies, so her supporters might be worried that less than a third of Americans are satisfied with the country’s direction near the end of Obama’s second term. But a month before the 2012 election, in which Obama handily defeated Mitt Romney, the U.S. satisfaction level was 30%, similar to today’s figure. Satisfaction did rise slightly to 33% immediately before the election, possibly because Americans approved of the way Obama handled the effects of Superstorm Sandy.

Heading into the Nov. 8 general election this year, 49% of Democrats, 24% of independents and 8% of Republicans are satisfied with the country’s direction. Republican numbers are almost identical to four years ago — when 7% were satisfied. Democrats (53%) and independents (29%) were slightly more likely to be satisfied in October 2012 than they are now.

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