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  • Polls in 2016 overwhelmingly predicted Clinton to win. Polls in 2004 predicted different outcomes, but most polls predicted Kerry. Most polls in 2000 predicted Gore. Some of the polls predicted Dukakis in 1988, but Bush won in a landslide. Most polls predicted Carter would be re-elected, and Reagan won in a landslide. Most infamously, Dewey was predicted to win the 1948 election in every major poll, but Truman ended up winning by a huge margin. So, what does that tell you about election predictions? It just means that even the most well-thought-out predictions are not much better, historically, than flipping a coin.
    • DancesWithWolves
      Yes, I agree with you, just never know?
  • Registration is up all over, but its not the democrats that are up in the tally: https://apnews.com/article/election-2020-virus-outbreak-donald-trump-arizona-florida-bb1fbe29559b2b6a6e7c01933cfa444e EVEN PENNSYLVANIA is loosing their democratic lead: https://www.mcall.com/news/elections/mc-nws-eln-pennsylvania-registration-update-1007-20201008-44dhgqtup5brvcyqsmntfzfojq-htmlstory.html

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