I wonder what kind of moron would say that. Oopsies, it was me.
I am changing my tune. I am evolving. Polling does not mirror social reality. Polls are extremely unreliable.
Until the media shares with its audience the methodology behind each poll, they are merely spinning irrelevant "data" which has already been circumscribed into the coronated alternate reality game.
I am evolving as a blogger. I am no longer willing to toil over providing links to prove my points.
If something is true, that's that.
It is what it is?
Does anyone else besides myself and donkeytale wonder why there aren't any polls being produced in states other than the first few?
When the surge first kicked in, I noticed a poll for Portland/Oregon and it looked competitive. Very early in this process I saw another poll for California. Bernie was down something like twelve points. It was close for someone who didn't seem to have a realistic chance. The medium still had a little bit of O'Malley coverage to share. They had a lot on Joe Biden, Trumptard, & those damn emails.
McLuhan said content ends up meaning nothing to nobody.
I am starting to see what he meant.
I am one voter who the pollsters cannot ever reach. It is impossible for myself to be statistically circumscribed into polling results.
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It may boil down to how many Bernie voters have made sure that they will be allowed to vote in their state's primary or caucus. We will also need to include in this zeitgeist sniffing analysis those Hillary voters who will end up voting for the saint bernardo.
No one knows. Everything is speculation based on polls no one ever explains.
It is a farce. The coronation is mythology.