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SHOCK POLL: Trump Leads Hillary Among Hispanic Voters
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Among African-Americans, Hillary maintains a strong lead with almost 87 percent support.


The support of Hillary by Black voters sounds like the definition of Group Think. Who could think these people have any type of independent thought? No group that votes 87% for anyone can claim any type of analytical analysis of a candidate, really that makes this voting group look like a bunch of sheep, and sheep aren't known for their brains.

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Clinton leads Trump among all voters in the poll when they are presented with only two options, 51 to 49 percent.

When those polled were offered the choice of “other,” Clinton leads Trump 48 to 46 percent — “other” earns 5 percent.

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The Gravis Marketing poll of over 1,500 registered voters has an overall margin of error of plus or minus 2.5 percent.




Both of those figures fall within the margin of error. There is a good chance that Trump does NOT draw more Hispanic voters than Clinton, even according to this poll. I also question the methods of the study. I find it hard to believe that a representative sample of Hispanics/Latinos would prefer Trump to Hillary.
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I'm voting for trump even if he says racist things about me :)
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I heard that the reason Hispanics like Trump is that illegal immigrants from Mexico make them look bad. If "the wall" is built, people are less likely to think they are illegal immigrants.


Sort of yes and no.

From what i have heard watching multiple crowd reaction, interviews and what not its more Legal Hispanics hate the fact that the Illegals can take jobs from them (ultimately punching them in the face because illegals work for pennies compared to legal hispanic workers). Same mostly goes for why a big portion of african americans want/are voting for trump. They are not only tired of illegals taking work from them but if trump does what he says they will, eventually they will all have jobs because they may or may not come back to america.
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WeeabooWarrior wrote:
Among African-Americans, Hillary maintains a strong lead with almost 87 percent support.


The support of Hillary by Black voters sounds like the definition of Group Think. Who could think these people have any type of independent thought? No group that votes 87% for anyone can claim any type of analytical analysis of a candidate, really that makes this voting group look like a bunch of sheep, and sheep aren't known for their brains.



See previous page.
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WeeabooWarrior wrote:



Clinton leads Trump among all voters in the poll when they are presented with only two options, 51 to 49 percent.

When those polled were offered the choice of “other,” Clinton leads Trump 48 to 46 percent — “other” earns 5 percent.

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The Gravis Marketing poll of over 1,500 registered voters has an overall margin of error of plus or minus 2.5 percent.




Both of those figures fall within the margin of error. There is a good chance that Trump does NOT draw more Hispanic voters than Clinton, even according to this poll. I also question the methods of the study. I find it hard to believe that a representative sample of Hispanics/Latinos would prefer Trump to Hillary.


Never been to the central valley I take it then.
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Yes because polls are ALWAYS right lol. Really great website there. Most news stories actually put the name of the poll in the story. Where did this poll come from? Bubba's poll where he called five of his Hispanic friends? What was the sample size? Notice how there's absolutely NO information whatsoever regarding that poll. And we all know that there are NO biased polls out there. Remember the one's that had Romney leading Obama by 10 or 20 points? lmao. I don't care if you support Trump but seriously I wouldn't get too excited about this so called poll.

I mean you know this is a completely awesome and trustworthy news site because it's top article on the page is: "These 19 Celebs have the best butts in Hollywood," complete with a nice thong shot. Ahh man, I needed that. This is the best laugh I've had in a long time.
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foraslan wrote:


WeeabooWarrior wrote:



Clinton leads Trump among all voters in the poll when they are presented with only two options, 51 to 49 percent.

When those polled were offered the choice of “other,” Clinton leads Trump 48 to 46 percent — “other” earns 5 percent.

...

The Gravis Marketing poll of over 1,500 registered voters has an overall margin of error of plus or minus 2.5 percent.




Both of those figures fall within the margin of error. There is a good chance that Trump does NOT draw more Hispanic voters than Clinton, even according to this poll. I also question the methods of the study. I find it hard to believe that a representative sample of Hispanics/Latinos would prefer Trump to Hillary.


Never been to the central valley I take it then.


No, I haven't. But I also doubt that Hispanics from one place are representative of Hispanics from all over the U.S. Maybe they are; I don't know. But it seems unlikely, and it would not be wise to assume that they are.
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No, I haven't. But I also doubt that Hispanics from one place are representative of Hispanics from all over the U.S. Maybe they are; I don't know. But it seems unlikely, and it would not be wise to assume that they are.



Lot of "legal" Hispanics really aren't fans of "illegal" ones.
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geauxtigers1989 wrote:
See previous page.


60 years of liberal policies have turned the majority of Blacks into a government dependent welfare class. This is not the definition of help.


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geauxtigers1989 wrote:
See previous page.


60 years of liberal policies have turned the majority of Blacks into a government dependent welfare class. This is not the definition of help.




Fewer than 50 percent of blacks are on welfare, a plurality of those are children, and most are off the program within 3 years.

Also, many blacks are religious. And religious voters in general don't like Trump.
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nichtmalda wrote:


WeeabooWarrior wrote:
Among African-Americans, Hillary maintains a strong lead with almost 87 percent support.


Yeah, like, the fuck is wrong with African-Americans? I have no words...

This has to do with the historical precedents dating back to.....Lincoln's time? Historically, liberals favored policies that favored blacks, especially in areas of social security considering poverty is a huge issue for blacks, perceived discrimination, etc.


Contrary to popular/conservative belief, Lincoln era republicans weren't conservative and the democrat weren't liberal, as parties had reformations where they essentially switched sides, to what I can understand. In essence, Democrats back then fought for states right and things traditionally sought after by conservatives of today while republicans fought for big government.




Actually, contrary to popular mainstream media myths / liberal belief, the intellectual heritage of both parties are largely consistent. The myth that Democrats became Republicans, and Republicans became Democrats after the Civil Rights Act is just that. A myth. Furthermore, one of the greatest presidents of the 20th Century, the Republican Dwight Eisenhower, explicitly warned that government was getting too cozy with capital and was becoming an unwieldy behemoth (the famous "Military Industrial Complex" speech). Another of the great presidents, Calvin Coolidge, was also a Republican who fought against the tentacles of government overreach. And of course, there is Ronald Reagan.
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geauxtigers1989 wrote:


DengekiFugu wrote:


geauxtigers1989 wrote:
See previous page.


60 years of liberal policies have turned the majority of Blacks into a government dependent welfare class. This is not the definition of help.




Fewer than 50 percent of blacks are on welfare, a plurality of those are children, and most are off the program within 3 years.

Also, many blacks are religious. And religious voters in general don't like Trump.


39.8% of the total welfare are black. 38.8% are white.

Now when you figure that blacks are only 13% of the total population....
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foraslan wrote:
No, I haven't. But I also doubt that Hispanics from one place are representative of Hispanics from all over the U.S. Maybe they are; I don't know. But it seems unlikely, and it would not be wise to assume that they are.



Lot of "legal" Hispanics really aren't fans of "illegal" ones.


That I can believe. And now that you mention it, the article does say the poll used registered voters. Nonetheless, the difference is still within the statistical margin of error.
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39.8% of the total welfare are black. 38.8% are white.

Now when you figure that blacks are only 13% of the total population....


Right, a greater portion of the black population (~30-40%) is on welfare than whites (~12-15%). I'm not denying that. I simply took issue with the assertion that the "majority" of blacks were a "dependent welfare class."
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