Polls From the First Debate

Following the first US presidential debate, the disconnect between regular people and the ruling class and mainstream media couldn’t be more obvious.

How many people could you find on TV or in the news that were willing to say that Trump won, or that it was even a draw? TMR couldn’t find one.

‘That’s because she actually did win’ seems reasonable to say at face value – until you start looking at some actual polls taken around America:

DrudgeReport.com
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Fortune.com
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NJ.com
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Time.com
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CBS New York
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CNBC
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Breitbart
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WashingtonTimes.com
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WCPO.com, Cincinnatti, Ohio
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Variety.com
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(NB: at the time of writing this post, this poll had Trump ahead 58/42 on over 70,000 votes).

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Heavy.com

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WKRN, Nashville, Tennessee
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LasVegasSun.com, Nevada
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Fox5SanDiego.com, California
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SanDiegoUnionTribune.com, California
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(NB: at the time of posting, Hillary was ahead on this one 53/47, with nearly 5,800 votes).

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StarTribune.com, Minneapolis, Minnesota
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MLive.com, Michigan
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(NB: at the time of posting, Hillary was ahead on this one 53/46, with over 20,700 votes).

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Pix11.com, New York, New York
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Atlanta Patch, Georgia
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Aol.com
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(NB: Hillary was ahead 56/43 at the the time of posting)

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12News.com, Phoenix, Arizona
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CapeCodTimes.com, Massachusetts
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WZZM13.com, Grand Rapids, Michigan
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DenverPost.com, Colorado
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WRIC, Richmond, Virginia
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WCVB.com, Boston, Massachusetts
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(NB: this one was a dead heat at 46/46 at the time of posting)

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KITV, Honolulu, Hawaii
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TheLakewoodScoop.com, New Jersey
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CapitalGazette.com, Annapolis, Maryland
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SeacoastOnline.com, Portsmouth, New Hampshire
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Cleveland Patch, Ohio
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Wonkette
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Trump is fast turning into prohibition. The more the establishment and media keep railing against him, the stronger he gets and the more people want to vote for him. The more people are told that ‘Hillary definitely won’, the more inclined they are to say Trump – even if purely out of spite.

This is what happens when you play the man and not the policy, treat people as if they were idiots and smash them with obviously rehearsed sound bites and impractical, pious ideology.

Update

CNN’s poll had it for Hillary 62/27, but they appear to have had sampling issues.

TIME’s sudden influx of Hillary votes at 4am (US time) in their online poll also looks highly suspicious:

NB: As at the time of writing this post, TIME’s survey has shifted back to 55/45 in favour of Trump.

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5 thoughts on “Polls From the First Debate”

  1. Listening to the debate confirmed my opinion that America has a real problem seeing Clinton and Trump are the final candidates for the upcoming presidency.

    That being said, the biased media reports are plaguing us yet again – especially if you listed to ABC network outlets.

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  2. The moment when Hillary looked deep into the camera lens and said “I prepared to be President” revealed her to be suffering from that same condition that Baird and Turnbull seem to be suffering from….that contagion of hubris that seems to come with the donning of the Globalists’ cloak of disconnectedness. She wouldn’t even realise, she probably thinks she was being statesman-like.

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    1. The red Kim Jong coat was the first warning of this for me. These people are only motivated to achieve the position – not to do the job itself properly. I’d love to see a poll that asks people whether they think Hillary cares about America or whether Turnbull cares about Australia.

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