Trump tweets poll showing him losing to Clinton


#1

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#2

Two points? Within the margin of error? And this reflects more poorly on Trump than HRC? As terrible as he is, if you’re tied with Trump, in my estimation you’re losing.


#3

But. . . but. . . his line is on top, so clearly that means he’s winning!


#4

Hilarous! Sad.


#5

It to Trump’s advantage to show that he is losing, to encourage his supporters to vote.


#6

Five more months… five more months…


#7

Who wants to vote for a loser? #winning


#8

Actually, I think it is intentional to negate the 12 point bulge she’s showing against him in other polls.

Sad.

r


#9

MISSION ACCOMPLISHED!

nuff said


#10

We’re gonna need a bigger bottle of whisky.


#11

Well, his strategy may be working
http://www.msn.com/en-us/news/politics/clintons-lead-over-trump-slips-after-florida-shooting-reuters-ipsos-poll/ar-AAhf0bN?ocid=spartanntp

Donald Trump chipped away at Hillary Clinton’s lead in the presidential race this week, according to a Reuters/Ipsos poll released on Friday, as the candidates clashed over how to respond to the worst mass shooting in modern U.S. history.

The poll, conducted from Monday to Friday, showed Clinton, the presumptive Democratic nominee, with a 10.7 point lead among likely voters over Trump, her likely Republican rival in the November presidential election. That’s down from a lead of 14.3 points for Clinton on Sunday, the day an American-born shooter who declared allegiance to militant group Islamic State killed 49 people at a gay nightclub in Orlando, Florida.


#12

Vodka.


#13

#14

Na zdrowie!


#15


#16

Thanks but no… not sure why but more than one drink of vodka and it is fun time for the lower gi tract the next morning.


#17

Rum, then?

(Don’t ask me why the label’s upside down because I didn’t take the picture so I don’t fucking know.)


#18

Meant to be hanging upside-down at a bar with an optic on it?


#19

Better rum:


#20

Is a Twitter poll statistically meaningful? Or is it like one of those “Click to vote” things?

Certainly 2 percentage points is within the margin of error . . . especially when you don’t know what the sample size is.