Most Election Polling is Garbage, Gun Control Polling is Too

Most Election Polling is Garbage, Gun Control Polling is Too

Americans are still divided over the reported results of the 2020 election, but one issue that is bringing the country together is a shared disgust of opinion polling. Several “mainstream”polling firms, and the legacy media outlets that tout their bogus findings, have disgraced themselves with wildly inaccurate predictions that managed to tilt almost entirely in a single direction. Gun owners should know that polls touting a purported decline in gun ownership or the supposed popularity of some gun control measures aren’t any better. Consider a sampling of predictions on the presidential race from some of America’s more august news sources. Arizona (Disputed/Too close to call) New York Times/Siena (10/26 – 10/30): Biden +6 CNN (10/23 – 10/30): Biden +4 Florida (Trump won by 3.3%) New York Times/Siena (10/27 – 10/31): Biden +3 Quinnipiac (10/28 – 11/1): Biden +5 CNN (10/15 – 10/20): Biden +4 Iowa (Trump won by 8.2%) New York Times/Siena (10/18 – 10/20): Biden +3 Quinnipiac (10/1 – 10/5): Biden +5 Michigan (Disputed/Too close to call) New York Times/Siena (10/23 – 10/26): Biden +8 ABC News/Washington Post (10/20 – 10/25): +7 CNN (10/23 – 10/30): Biden +12 Nevada (Disputed/Too close to call) New York Times/Siena (10/23 – 10/26): Biden +6 Pennsylvania (Disputed/Too close to call) New York Times/Siena (10/27 – 10/31): Biden +6 ABC News/Washington Post (10/24 – 10/29): +7 CNN (10/15 – 10/20): Biden +10 Wisconsin (Disputed/Too close to call) New York Times/Siena (10/26 – 10/30): Biden +11 ABC News/Washington Post (10/20 – 10/25): Biden +17 […]

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