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- 02-13-2013, 05:46 AM #1
bing.com Poll favors Pathway to Breaking the law
It looks to me that the bing.com poll on the sotu address favors pathway to citizenship for the lawbreakers. I did not have a chance to see it real time but it looks like they are reporting a high in favor reaction from 12.9 million voters at the 9:48 minute mark.
Now either a lot of Repubs don't have a computer or more illegal aliens do. Look how high the reaction was for Repubs alone.
I hope someone can tell me I am wrong. Either we have finally seen what low information voters think or they thought they were voting for American Idol.
Hold the phone, Fox News is showing on their website video the same mark below the 50% mark. What gives?
It looks like the bing beat shows 44% positive, 33% negative and like 27% neutral on immigration. The results are so small, its hard to say.
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- 02-13-2013, 08:56 AM #2
As with most "on line" polls the numbers are not, in my opinion reliable because of paid cyber operatives, or Trolls, jamming and using TOR.
- 02-13-2013, 08:59 AM #3
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The Bing search engine is the creation and property of Microsoft. Microsoft is pushing for Amnesty for illegal aliens and more access to foreign labor. They would never broadcast a poll like this unless it reflected favorably on their agenda. That is the purpose for them running such information, to promote their own agenda not that of the American people.
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- 02-13-2013, 04:49 PM #4
Thank you both for that info. I didn't think of bots distorting the results. However there does seem to be a huge disparity between the way Fox and Bing displayed the results. The bing page shows all the peaks as going into the top of the positive range whereas the Fox display on their video shows a line running across the mid point between positive and negative. All of the peaks and valleys are below the 50% mark. In fact the reporter said nothing ever went into the positive zone. I wish Fox would publish a graph like Bing did so we could put them side by side.
- 02-13-2013, 10:18 PM #5
Ok looks like Bing changed their display size. It is now much easier to read the graphs. But the bing beat display has completely changed since yesterday. Now they are using a bar graph but with completely different results then last night when I posted. Last night (early am) I posted 44, 33, 27% on a pie like graph. Today it is 71, 17, 12% on a bar graph. There is a note that states the bing beat is updated every 15 minutes. So apparently sometime after 4 in the morning when I posted, people felt it necessary to keep commenting on the sotu address on illegal immigration. I never heard the president say anything about a pathway to citizenship.
Here is the bing pulse graph showing a nearly top peak for pathway to citizenship. The 9:48 pm mark is right under the n in immigration. The high peak next to it is about Afghanistan. I wish Fox would publish their graphs. I got the one below using a screen shot of the video. Has anyone addressed the bot factor?
Here is the Fox Bing Pulse Display. As you can see nothing he said passed into the positive range. Sometime in the wee hours during a replay I heard her say that nothing ever went into the positive range but that video is not available.
- 02-13-2013, 11:15 PM #6
I was online and adding input last night at the end of the speech the poll was either a -77 or -78. I saw a screenshot of it somewhere this morning and I haven't been able to find it.
- 02-13-2013, 11:32 PM #7