Friday, June 21, 2024

Analyst: GOP Being Underestimated in Election Polls by 5%

'The correct way to interpret poll numbers is not to focus on what they are, but what they say... '

(Jacob Bruns, Headline USA) Polls generally favor Democrats because they are typically funded by leftist oligarchs who wish to mold public opinion in a certain manner.

And while mainstream media polls like USA Today have already concluded that Republicans hold a substantial edge in the upcoming midterms, those outside the corporate polling industry have said that Republicans are still being underestimated, the Daily Wire reported.

According to Mason-Dixon Polling Managing Director Brad Coker, pollsters who show a 4-point Republican edge across the nation are still underestimating the Republican advantage–a margin of 49%-44%.

“I think the ‘polling averages’ are going to end up (on average) underestimating the Republican margins by a net of 5%,” Coker said.

“I think the GOP will end up with 54 Senate seats. I don’t track House races district-by-district, but I generally think the Republican Party will net a gain of somewhere between 25 and 35 seats.”

He also noted that pollsters often fail because they only look at snapshot moments rather than the larger trends of American opinion.

“The correct way to interpret poll numbers is not to focus on what they are, but what they say. Over the last two weeks support for Republican candidates has been moving up, while support for Democrats has either dropped or remained frozen in place,” Coker said.

Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich, R-Ga., said that he expects a monumental Republican victory, which will be seen as a reprimand of Biden and his radical woke policies.

“I would say we’ll be between plus three and plus seven … in the Senate; and we’ll be between plus 20 and plus 50 in the House, with the most likely number being plus 44,” Gingrich noted.

“Almost everywhere in the country, races are showing the Republicans tightening up” due to Democratic failures to address crime, inflation, illegal immigration, and other problems that affect Americans on a daily basis.

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