Surely we all remember how accurate CNN’s polls were when predicting the 2016 election. Mainstream media pundits watched with horror as Donald Trump beat Hillary Clinton after months of conducting polls saying her win was certain.
Well, CNN isn’t giving up. They’ve conducted another poll, albeit early, and they’ve drawn the conclusion that Trump will not get reelected. But if there’s anything we’ve learned from the 2016 election (other than how awful it was that the establishment made some choose between Clinton and Trump) it’s that CNN’s polling skills are substantially subpar.
Let’s all take a moment a relive a few of those polls:
Ah, a trip down memory lane. And it’s already beginning for the 2020 presidential election. We can’t wait for some more epic “poll of polls” and presidential wisdom from CNN, and it starts.
At least this time, CNN started off with some honesty for their readers. Those little statists are going to rather offended and flying to safe spaces in a hurry if they dare to read just the first paragraph.
A majority of Americans think President Donald Trump will lose his re-election bid in 2020, according to a new CNN poll conducted by SSRS, similar numbers to those facing former President Barack Obama at this point in his first term ahead of his re-election victory. –CNN
Of course, we have this little gem.
It’s honestly thoroughly enjoyable to those who know what propaganda is, who can understand that CNN is heavily influenced and biased towards the left, and can appreciate when the fake news outlet actually publishes another poll. The entertainment for this round of political nonsense will be almost as hilarious as that of the 2016 elections. We’ll be lucky if the debates will be anything more than just a comedy show, but watching the mainstream media screech over their preferred master in 2020 will surely provide some entertainment again.
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