Oh them polls, them polls. The Clintons who governed while they were in the White house almost strictly by consultant and opinion polls, made their administration the first Family Feud, survey says Poltocracy; a government governed by popular opinion rather than sound decision making policies, just received a bit of live by the polls die by the polls bad news.
According to the Zogby International poll Senator Hillary Clinton would not beat any Republican candidate in a National election. That’s right if the elect were held today Hillary Clinton would be defeated by anybody. A sort of reverse Democrat “Anybody but Bush” from several years ago only this time this is ABC, Anybody but Clinton!
In the new survey, Clinton trailed Senator John McCain 42 percent to 38 percent, former New York mayor Rudolph Giuliani by 43 percent to 40 percent and former Massachusetts governor Mitt Romney by 43 percent to 40 percent.Senator Clinton who’s whole campaign has been propped up by manipulative polling data which was designed to give the impression that she was the inevitable favorite to win the White house in 2008 has been on a downward trend since her catastrophe showing in the October 30th Democrat Debates held in Pennsylvania.
She also lagged behind former Arkansas Republican governor Mike Huckabee by 44 to 39 percent, and former Senator Fred Thompson by 44 to 40 percent in hypothetical general election matchups. --AFP News
This poll raises major problems for a waning Clinton campaign which uses planted questions and other forms of public manipulation to create desired perceptions of inevitability and invulnerability for Senator Clinton.
The Zogby poll was conducted online among 9,150 likely voters across the United States between November 21 and 26, and carried a margin of error of plus or minus 1 percentage point.In upcoming days look for the Clinton campaign to attempt to marginalize or dismiss this poll and look for the national media to offer their own polls to counter the Zogby poll.
This attempt to skew perception is the reason that Democrats could not accept the 2000 and 2004 election results. The skewed polls of the 2000 and 2004 elections distorted Democrats perception of reality so much that they thought that Al Gore and John Kerry actually won their respective elections.
If Democrats continue to choose to ignore the electability issues of a Hillary Clinton they will undoubtedly be in the same position that they have been in the last two Presidential elections trying to reconcile their perceptions of reality with actual political outcome.
The actuality is in this up and coming election, if Senator Clinton should win her Party's nomination,this will be an ABC election. Independents and Conservatives alike will vote for anybody but Clinton and Democrats will be left scratching their collective heads wondering what happened again for the third time in as many tries.
When all along Democrats should have known that only they have fond memories of the Clinton Whitehouse the majority of Americans, Independents and Conservatives, do not share Democrats’ admiration for former President Bill Clinton and his former First lady Hillary from Littlerock Arkansas.