Comment: Straw polls and internet polls are the most accruate

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Straw polls and internet polls are the most accruate

Due to reasons listed above, the big media polls are BS.

Honestly I think the internet polls are more accurate. Yes, they can be skewed. Sometimes they are on a web site that only gets one type of target audience. Some of them are very basic and use cookies to make sure you don't vote twice. Some are a little better and won't allow an IP address to vote twice, but even that can be overcome. But when Ron Paul wins most of these polls by huge percentages, it would require several people voting over and over and over and over and over again to skew the results.

Voting and deleting a cookie, voting, deleting, voting, deleting, voting... I mean how freaking boring is that? There aren't to many people who are going to seriously sit there and do that over and over again. Same with changing IP addresses or spoofing them.

Straw polls are groups of registered Republicans who got up off their ass and went down to a place to vote. Not everyone who is polled by big media or the internet is really going to get up and go vote on election day. The people who go to the straw polls can only vote once. And the majority of these polls have been won by Ron Paul.

We're winning this. The money alone speaks for itself. Romney could beat Ron Paul's fundraising if he wants. He just has to write a check to himself. But no matter how many millions of dollars Romney gives himself, his vote still counts only once. Most of Ron Paul's donations have been small, around $100. Each donation is a vote. Keep in mine many people who vote don't donate.