Are polls set to tighten November 1?

This election pits a very corrupt establishment against a voter revolt.

We just learned from Wikileaks and FOIA leaks how deeply the federal government has been corrupted in this administration.  The media are largely bought off.  So are big corporations.  And the Saudis and Iranians have had since the 1970s, the start of OPEC oil power, to buy, blackmail, and suborn major American institutions.  An estimated four million votes are cast fraudulently. 

So what makes you think the election polls are any good?  What actual evidence do we have that polling is honest?  I think we have only one reason to believe the polls: the outcome of the election.  Polling organizations can do anything they like with their numbers, and nobody will call them on it.  But polls have to stop wandering when we get close to election day.  If they are badly wrong on the last day or two, the polling company will go down. 

Furthermore, this very hot election might settle down only in the last week before November 8.  We still have weeks to go, and every day brings new surprises.  October surprises all over the place.  In the George W. Bush election, his alcoholic past was sprung days before the vote.

This is the emotionally tensest election I remember.  We all want "closure" – a settled outcome, to calm  down. 

Don't panic.  Don't give  up.

Closure will come only after Election Day.  Plan for it.  Ignore the polls; ignore the panicky forecasts.  Don't be pushed by phony pollz. 

It ain't over 'til it's over.

This election pits a very corrupt establishment against a voter revolt.

We just learned from Wikileaks and FOIA leaks how deeply the federal government has been corrupted in this administration.  The media are largely bought off.  So are big corporations.  And the Saudis and Iranians have had since the 1970s, the start of OPEC oil power, to buy, blackmail, and suborn major American institutions.  An estimated four million votes are cast fraudulently. 

So what makes you think the election polls are any good?  What actual evidence do we have that polling is honest?  I think we have only one reason to believe the polls: the outcome of the election.  Polling organizations can do anything they like with their numbers, and nobody will call them on it.  But polls have to stop wandering when we get close to election day.  If they are badly wrong on the last day or two, the polling company will go down. 

Furthermore, this very hot election might settle down only in the last week before November 8.  We still have weeks to go, and every day brings new surprises.  October surprises all over the place.  In the George W. Bush election, his alcoholic past was sprung days before the vote.

This is the emotionally tensest election I remember.  We all want "closure" – a settled outcome, to calm  down. 

Don't panic.  Don't give  up.

Closure will come only after Election Day.  Plan for it.  Ignore the polls; ignore the panicky forecasts.  Don't be pushed by phony pollz. 

It ain't over 'til it's over.