09/15/2002 Entry: "All Polls Supporting Bush are Fake"
Polls Showing Support for Bush are Fraudulent
Massive Media Manipulation Underway
New poll says 2 out of 3 Americans want war. Another poll says only 1 out of 4 Americans want war.
The company who says Americans want war is associated with arms manufacturers. The company who says Americans don't want war, is not associated with arms manufacturers.
Each poll says that it only has a margin of error of 3-4 percent. They both can't be right. The polls supporting Bush are completely fraudulent - BECAUSE THAT IS BUSH'S SPECIALITY - DISINFORMATION.
Viewer Commentary: 6 comments
Since no one has the 'balls' to give the full story on this war that may trigger WWIII, resulting in many deaths, including our own military members, as well as our civilian members, from retaliatory strikes, we are left with one sided polling data. I have no doubt that if people realized that if this war does not go well, the draft will be reinstated, and their sons will be sent to die to kill Saddham, polling would show little support... Talk to your friends, spread the word, and JUST SAY NO to this stupidity - Terrorism is not fought with further terrorism - it won't work...
Posted by Truth Seeker @ 09/15/2002 10:31 PM EST
The major polling organizations have been controlled by the CIA since the 1950's. It is one of the most successful ways to get people to assimilate to what they are tricked into thinking that others around them are thinking. It's the sheep mentality again, and America is leading the way in sheepdom.
Posted by Sheep Spotter @ 09/16/2002 12:06 PM EST
I think that it's very interesting that the Marist Institute had Rick Lazio and Hillary Clinton in a 50/50 race the day before the elections, and Mrs. Clinton won by 17 points. How accurate could that poll have been; was it trying to get Dems to be complacent about voting?
Posted by Mephisto @ 09/24/2002 11:09 AM EST
502 warren st. brooklyn
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Posted by Aa @ 09/24/2002 06:42 PM EST
Vox, this is no surprise but can you give us more details? Which arms manufacturer company? Got any links?
Posted by The1Jedi @ 09/26/2002 06:23 PM EST
(UPI) -- The ratings of President George W. Bush and the Republicans have improved sharply as the nation's focus moves from domestic issues to a preemptive war with Iraq, terrorism and national security, a new Harris poll has found.
"The public has responded positively to the president's leadership," wrote Harris Interactive Chairman Humphrey Taylor in a summary.
Between Sept. 19 and 23, the Harris Poll conducted a nationwide telephone survey of a cross-section of 1,011 adults. The results, released on Friday, show that Bush's ratings have risen from 63 percent to 68 percent positive in August, with 37 percent negative now down to 30 percent.
Vice President Dick Cheney's ratings showed an even greater improvement -- from 45 percent positive and 43 percent negative in August to 52 percent positive and 37 percent negative now.
The ratings of congressional Republicans have gone up from 41 percent positive to 47 percent positive while 49 percent negative has been reduced to 42 percent negative. The ratings of the Democrats in Congress have also improved, but less so, from 38 percent positive to 42 percent positive, and 54 percent negative becoming 49 percent.
Taylor interprets these figures -- with the GOP winning more positive support than negative criticism, and the Democrats receiving higher negative ratings -- as encouraging signs for the Republicans as the November elections approach.
The scores of several Cabinet secretaries have changed little since August.
Secretary of State Colin Powell -- with 75 percent positive, 18 percent negative ratings -- continues to rank highest of all U.S. political leaders.
Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld's ratings are also little changed at 61 percent positive and 27 percent negative.
Attorney General John Ashcroft's ratings, at 52 percent positive and 32 percent negative, also are almost the same as they were last month.
The pollsters could find no particular events that account for the improvement in the rather poor ratings of Treasury Secretary Paul O'Neill -- which rose to 38 percent positive from 33 percent in August, while negative ratings dropped from 38 percent that month to 30 percent positive now.
When respondents are asked to rank the most important issues for the government to address, without being shown any list or being prompted, the economy continues to top the list at 28 percent, but this is down somewhat from its score in July and August (33 percent and 32 percent).
Posted by Yankee Doodle Dandy @ 09/28/2002 11:22 AM EST