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Rand Paul Latest Poll (10/20): Leads Conway by 5 points

Kentucky.com reports:

Paul, a favorite of the Tea Party movement whose campaign has focused on limited government, holds a 5 point lead over Conway among likely voters — 48 percent to 43 percent, with 9 percent undecided.

Full article at Kentucky.com

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RAND PAUL BY 5%?????

Listening to the Pooooo..lls is like going to an auction where they start the bidding on a worthless pice of junk at a hundred dollars, by establishing a ficticious base line value to fool the bidders into thinking the item has value. It is the same when it comes to Jack Conway. These polls are a worthless crock, who checks their accuracy or how they were conducted? Anyone with any objectivity could see that Jack Conway was out classed by more than a mere 5%. The powers behind the scene want to keep Conway viable with phony polls to keep things going, so they can use some other tactic to discredit Rand.


Ever notice how the margins tighten in the last couple weeks?

We're now just under two weeks out. It's time for the margins to "tighten" until they're "too close to call".

Ever notice how that always happens - and then the elections generally go - surprise - by about the margin from just before the tightening?

I have often wondered if the polling organizations do that deliberately - rather than by responding to an actual change in polled voter sentiment - to avoid losing credibility if an election comes out the opposite of what they called.

Suppose they close the margin but keep the leader unchanged:
- If the election goes they way they shad been predicting: "See, the late surge didn't hold. We called it!"
- If the election goes the other way: "See, the late surge took the underdog over the finish. Our last samples were too late to see him pass his opponent. But we called it!"

This happens SO often to SO many races that I pay the polls no attention at all during the last couple weeks. The only poll that matters is the official one.

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"Obama’s Economists: ‘Stimulus’ Has Cost $278,000 per Job."

That means: For each job "created or saved" about five were destroyed.

Rand's going to win.

Conway went a bridge too far and even got on the wrong side of hard core liberals like Chris Matthews.

Matthews showed what an idiot Conway is right in front of a hoard of liberal followers.

Maybe they actually learned a little something.

But then again it's hard to teach a liberal socialist right from wrong.

"We have allowed our nation to be over-taxed, over-regulated, and overrun by bureaucrats. The founders would be ashamed of us for what we are putting up with."
-Ron Paul

Rand by 12

Final answer.

There are four times as many new registered Republicans this year than new registered Democrats in KY. And the new registered Independents also outnumber the new registered Democrats.

The final result is going to shock people.

The final result will shock

The final result will shock people because either Rand will win big or will lose via election fraud.

this means that 43% of people

this means that 43% of people in that state are total morons or psycho communists or both.

Thanks Michael

I was worried...and with Rand's voters being more likely to actually go to the polls Rand should win.

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Maybe Conway can get Aqua

Maybe Conway can get Aqua Buddha and the Obamas
to campaign for him.

Great news!


It was 11 quite recently.

It was 11 quite recently. I still think Paul will win, but he needs to get his campaign on track - back on message. He needs to tell Conway, "I forgive you. Now let's talk about the issues."

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I agree Rand should win.

I agree Rand should win. However I totally disagree with Rand engaging in any further debates with Conway. Their last meeting was not a debate, it was a ridiculous exercise of false accusations by Conway. Why give the guy a free platform for more absurd lies against Rand?


but at this point, Rand's win is being cemented as an inevitability. This is good news.

Conway only has two more weeks to try and convince voters that he won't push Obama's agenda (while not alienating his base) all the while trying to defend his choice to run a nasty attack ad on an eye doctor.

Rand, on the other hand, just has to stay on message and discuss the issues affecting KY: the debt, Obamacare, and Cap and Trade-- something he will do in the next debate.