Media quickly deletes finding that Trump beats Hillary in MN !Screen-Shot Added.
The operational arm of the DNC, or perhaps Senator Al Franken, must have been urgently dispatched to contact KTSP (ABC 5) News in Minnesota after they published results from their own sponsored SurveyUSA poll/survey…..
Why? Because they deleted the lead in paragraph shortly after posting it. Our discovery was accidental.
The KTSP(ABC5) survey findings show Donald Trump perceived to be the most likely nominee amid all of the survey respondents:
However, the more damaging survey data was a result showing Donald Trump beats Hillary Clinton in a head-to-head match up. Specifically the article outlined how a large segment of Minnesota Democrats and Independent voters were “crossing over” to join a growing Donald Trump coalition.
That uncomfortable reality was most of the lead paragraph, and it was also promptly deleted within minutes of broadcast/publication. However, the web is forever.
[…] SurveyUSA interviewed 600 adults from the state of Minnesota Oct. 29, 2015, through Nov. 02, 2015. Of the adults, 516 were registered to vote and were asked the head-to-head match-up questions (link)
…”Sixty-four percent of Minnesota voters think Hillary Clinton will be the Democratic nominee for President of the United States in 2016, according to a new, exclusive KSTP-TV poll conducted by SurveyUSA. But enough independent Minnesotans cross-over and vote Republican in hypothetical head-to-head matchups with the leading Republican candidates, that Clinton is positioned today, one year till votes are counted, as the first Democrat to fail to carry Minnesota’s (now) 10 electoral votes since George McGovern lost the state to Richard Nixon in 1972″….
The power structures within the RNC, DNC and the MSM media have a common goal: the elimination of risk (Donald Trump) from anything that challenges their UniParty grip on modern political power.
All efforts are being exhausted toward that endeavor.
Recent polling in Georgia and Florida both contained head-to-head match-ups with Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump. Within each state poll Trump is easily beating Hillary Clinton, but for Trump to be easily beating Clinton in Minnesota is exponentially more painful for Democrats.
It is imperative, in order for the current political class to advance their objectives, that adverse statistical realities are avoided at all costs.
We can fully expect to see these sunlight avoidance efforts continue.
Two days ago the media was selling a narrative of Kentucky Republican Candidate Matt Bevin polling 5% behind his Democrat opponent Jack Conway. Last night, Bevin beat Conway by almost 9% (8.7%) – That’s a 14% swing from the MSM narrative contained within the last Kentucky polls when compared to a factual outcome on election night.
Polls don’t miss outcomes by 14% unless they are ‘agenda-driven’ polls….
….And lead paragraphs for Top Stories don’t get deleted unless they suffer a similar editorial agenda !