Tuesday, September 29, 2009

POLL NUMBERS DON'T LIE

Rasmussen reports 56% oppose the Obama plan on health care. Just an FYI.

9 comments:

JH said...

Another Right-Wing Poll. Suprise, the right oposes the healtcare overhaul lead by Obama.

Sue said...

rasmussen is a biased poll. 77% of Americans want the public option

Sue said...

BTW, nikki and friends please please go to Susans and see her videos. If you ever fathomed children being indoctrinated by Obama, you are in for a shocker. If you choose to turn away and not look then you have no right to talk about Obama the way you do, your blog or not, you just make yourselves look like fools.

Bob D. said...

Sue - I can't believe you're crying about a biased poll?!?! I noticed you didn't cite the source of your 77% approved poll. Let me help you out - MoveOn.org who is obviously a supporter of the public option and throwing millions of $$$ behind it. Read something besides the Huff Post. Even the far lefty's can't even get a discussion to the floor that includes a public option. You don't think if 3 out of 4 Americans wanted this, they'd be able to have this thing sail right through. Think about it? OR don't and keep posting your comments.

Anonymous said...

As a professional market researcher I have to take exception to the claim that Scott Rasmussen and his company are biased. They are perhaps THE benchmark by which others attempt to reach UNbiased figures. Their polling is excellent. And this kind of rebuttal claiming bias is just pathetic. I don't trust internal polling from any group. I think you owe Rasmussen an apology and please stop denigrating those whose work you cannot do for yourself.

Sue said...

lololol!!!

El Cerdo Ignatius said...

Sue, you can laugh all you want. Rasmussen is the most unbiased polling operation in the United States. Their polls consistently hit election results more accurately than anyone else's. If you had followed Rasmussen's polls prior to President Obama's election, for example, you would have seen that they called the election results almost exactly, state by state.

It's beyond foolish to declare that a 77% figure in favour of a public option is the one to believe if it's coming from MoveOn.org, and if you cannot offer any information about the poll (sample size, polled whom? [likely voters, %Dems, %GOP, %Ind], date of poll, regional or national, etc.). I understand you support the public option - for whatever reason - but shining a spotlight on a poll from MoveOn.org is silly.

And for those who bash Rasmussen as "right wing", re-read what I said, and then do some research.

Sandi said...

Polls are like horoscopes. People only believe them if they agree with them. Me included!

Larry Durham said...

So that makes 44% in favor of the government takeover...marvelous!