Are Fox News Polls Biased Towards Hillary Clinton?

Written by iPatriot

The FOX News poll methodology is so obviously flawed that it’s value as a true indicator of the election outcome is highly suspect. Perhaps the real reason these Clinton-skewed polls are being hyped so much is to lay a foundation for sufficient vote fraud to legitimize fraudulent results by virtue of their consistency with seriously flawed pre-election polling.

On more than one occasion recently, I’ve been left wondering why the periodic FOX News Poll is so dramatically inconsistent with daily tracking polls whose methodologies are rigorous and which have demonstrated a high degree of success forecasting past elections. I decided to see what I could learn about the FOX News Poll and discovered the FOX News poll methodology online (H/T Google).

Analyzing the FOX News poll methodology, I discovered several highly questionable practices that seriously question whether the poll has any validity at all. These discoveries may explain the poll’s inconsistency with well-established superior polling methodologies (LA Times/USC and Rasmussen).

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Let’s examine some of the more apparent problems with the FOX News Poll.

Quotations below are from the FOX News poll methodology page

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