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Polls and actual votes are not the same thing. You cannot take a poll margin of error and apply it to a fixed pledge delegate count based on actual votes. You can ask any random sample of 1000 people on the phone a question on who they would vote for in their state primary, but if 300 of them show up on their state’s primary election day, your poll now has the potential of being inaccurate.

One has to wonder if you were sleeping through your entire statistics class in college and also logic class…. or even …… asleep during REALITY.

Or maybe you are on some really hard drugs.

I can’t decide. But the mental gymnastics one has to do to pretend any part of this article is intelligent or valid is quite extraordinary.

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