Jan 19 2010

First MA Exit Polls? – NO! Just A Web Trick To Gain Traffic

Published by at 10:44 am under All General Discussions

I should have realized those numbers looked familair – these are those bell weather poll numbers from Sunday. I really hate liars and have no time to check out each post.

I have no idea regarding the credibility of these exit polls, so take them with a grain of salt and do not relax or decide to sit home.

Early exit polls in the Gardner, Fitchburg and Peabody areas show Brown leading by 14, 17, and 15% points. While too early to call a lock similar continued results by 2 – 3pm should confirm the loss by Martha Coakley.

All three early predictors have Scott Brown gaining over 50% of the states voters in a sweeping come from behind victory.

If true the political earthquake will be a 9.0.

11 responses so far

11 Responses to “First MA Exit Polls? – NO! Just A Web Trick To Gain Traffic”

  1. Ashen says:

    God let it be so.

  2. kathie says:

    I heard a Mass. voter say that it feels as if Washington is interfering too much into our lives. I remember writing shortly after the election of Obama that is feels that he is in my living-room rearranging the furniture. I guess I wasn’t the only one.

  3. dhunter says:

    Thanks AJ keep up the good work.
    Go Mass. vote for the Hero not O.

    Help us take our country back and get the politicians out of our lives!

    A Scott heard round the world!
    You Can Do It , BELIEVE!

  4. AJStrata says:

    dhunter,

    You didn’t do that pun did you? Argh!

  5. mbabbitt says:

    You know, I wouldn’t mind it so — I still wouldn’t be happy — if I was just part of a very small minority who didn’t like the way things were going in DC with the Obamacrats; those are breaks in life. But when you realize that over half of the country feels this way and that the response of these Obamacrats is to dig in and make this sizeable part of the electorate into its adversary, it shows you the bullying arrogance of these so-called servants of the people. More accurately, they have shown that they are only servants of the special interests. They consider people outside of these narrow special groups to be their enemies. And this is from a once candidate Obama who said he would be post partisan and his governing transparent. I think these lies have been fully exposed and why anyone with an independent spirit is pissed.

  6. mbabbitt says:

    You know, I wouldn’t mind it so — I still wouldn’t be happy — if I was just part of a very small minority who didn’t like the way things were going in DC with the Obamacrats; those are breaks in life. But when you realize that over half of the country feels this way and that the response of these Obamacrats is to dig in and make this sizeable part of the electorate into its adversary, it shows you the bullying arrogance of these so-called servants of the people. More accurately, they have shown that they are only servants of the special interests. They consider people outside of these narrow special groups to be their enemies. And this is from a once candidate Obama who said he would be post partisan and his governing transparent. I think these lies have been fully exposed and why anyone with an independent spirit is pissed.

  7. the botnet says:

    the botnet agrees w/ mbabbitt.

    After the election, the man behind the botnet walked around with the forlorn feeling of dread. The media-painted “mandate” made for a lonely place; and the incredible frustration of being alone while knowing everyone else was wrong was depressing
    .
    The Tea Parties and the townhalls leading to NJ and VA (and a moral victory in NY-23) have made it clear man behind the botnet is not alone.

    Exit polls are notoriously suspect (didn’t the haughty John Kerry win based on them?) so the botnet shall guard optimism.

  8. the botnet says:

    A trick you say?

    Case in point. Guarded. Optimism?

  9. WWS says:

    mbabbitt – Euripides had it nailed 2500 years ago: “Those whom the gods would destroy, they first make mad.”

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  11. Frogg1 says:

    A bellwether is any entity in a given arena that serves to create or influence trends or to presage future happenings.

    The term is derived from the Middle English bellewether and refers to the practice of placing a bell around the neck of a castrated ram (a wether) leading its flock of sheep.[1][2] The movements of the flock could be noted by hearing the bell before the flock was in sight.
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bellwether

    LET IT RING LOUD AND CLEAR IN MA TODAY!