Poll known for accuracy finds Clinton, Trump locked in dead heat

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(Worthy News) – An independent daily tracking survey billed as nation’s most accurate shows Republican Donald and Democrat knotted in a dead heat even as other polls show her leading the presidential race.

The Investor’s Business Daily poll, known as IBD/TIPP, released Monday found the top two candidates deadlocked at 41 percent, followed by Libertarian Gary Johnson at 8 percent and Green Party nominee Jill Stein at 4 percent.

What’s more, since Oct. 20, the survey has shown Mr. Trump running slightly ahead of Mrs. Clinton. He led Mrs. Clinton on Sunday by 43 to 41 percent, a marked difference from the Real Clear Politics average, which had Mrs. Clinton ahead by six percentage points. [ Source ]

New Podesta Email Exposes Playbook For Rigging Polls Through “Oversamples”

Now, for all of you out there who still aren’t convinced that the polls are “adjusted”, we present to you the following Podesta email, leaked earlier today, that conveniently spells out, in detail, exactly how to “manufacture” the desired data. The email starts out with a request for recommendations on “oversamples for polling” in order to “maximize what we get out of our media polling.” [ Source ]

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