If you've been following the videos and polls on howobamagotelected.com you're already familiar with the Zogby poll of Obama voters. Zogby polled 512 Barack Obama voters; he asked them 12 multiple choice questions about the candidates. A disturbing 0.5% were able to answer all 12 questions correctly. 0.5%. What was the liberal reaction?: "The poll was biased"
  • "McCain Voters would have done just as bad"
  • "What do want? People are stupid?"
New Poll Confirms Results


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2 Response to 'New Poll Confirms McCain Voters More Informed Than Obama Voters'
  1. Anonymous
    http://landofdafree.blogspot.com/2008/12/new-poll-confirms-mccain-voters-more.html?showComment=1229302200000#c476323219294717569'> December 14, 2008 at 6:50 PM

    How can that be a scientific poll when some of the questions were incorrect to begin with? Tina Fey said "from my house" and yet the poll says "from my home" Alaska is Palin's home, meaning that if you said Fey instead of Palin, you were incorrect according to this poll. The quote about Obama starting his career in the houses of two terrorists is a lie, as proven by factcheck.org. This is nothing but a push poll with that is by definition not scientific because it does not poll anyone besides Obama supporters, and the video was obviously only showing the dumbest supporters it interviewed.

    Whoever put this video together is simply an ignorant enemy of the democratic process with no interest in objectivity who wishes Bush could get a third term.


  2. Land of Da Free
    http://landofdafree.blogspot.com/2008/12/new-poll-confirms-mccain-voters-more.html?showComment=1230413520000#c7692409885895310902'> December 27, 2008 at 3:32 PM

    You have no idea what a push poll is, Anonymous. A push poll is a marketing technique designed to feed people negative information about a candidate, it's not scientific, it is not designed to obtain results. The original Zogby poll and this poll were scientific. Both polls asked voters to name the candidate; the pollster did NOT provide the name of the candidate.