AOL Hot Seat Polls

Take a look at the results from these AOL Hot Seat Polls:

http://news.aol.com/political-machine/2008/10/05/hot-seat-mccain-strategy/

http://news.aol.com/political-machine/2008/10/13/hot-seat-acorn-group/

http://news.aol.com/political-machine/2008/10/17/hot-seat-joe-the-plumber/

http://news.aol.com/political-machine/2008/10/21/hot-seat-socialism-attacks 


(see also http://obamaism.blogspot.com/)

Similar encouraging nationwide results were found in response to the following questions, from as far back as 7 months ago, and while these links worked yesterday, they do not appear to be working today. (Hence the screen shots above of the ones that are working, before they too stop working).

Did Barack Obama solve his Rev. Jeremiah Wright problem with his speech yesterday? (No.)

Is Obama a fake Christian? (Yes.)

Will Sarah Palin attract disaffected Hillary Clinton supporters to the GOP ticket? (Yes.)

Do you know enough about Sarah Palin to cast an informed vote? (Yes.)

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3 Responses to AOL Hot Seat Polls

  1. Pingback: Lies, Damn Repeated Lies, and MSM Polls « I Took The Red Pill (and escaped the Matrix)

  2. Dean says:

    These are not scientific polls for many reasons, the main ones being

    1. Real polls are random.I Internet polls invite people to participate, and are therefore not valid. These people wanted to participate in the poll. That skews everything.

    2. Real polls have diverse sampling. This poll is only for AOL users that happen to come to that web page.

    3. Go to school and take a basic statistics class. They will explain the concept of sampling and how small numbers can very accurately predict the actions of millions.

    Want to know how to do it right?
    This guy is a stats geek who has turned his talents from baseball to politics:
    http://www.fivethirtyeight.com/

  3. Dean,

    Thank you for your comment.

    I understand the concept of sampling and how small numbers can very accurately predict the actions of millions. But only if that sample is done right.

    I believe the MSM intentionally manipulates the sample and their weighting rules. It’s like Fauxtography.

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