Political consultant and pollster Kellyanne Conway ripped into The New York Times over a poll one week out from the midterm elections that conveniently and ridiculously shows Democrats leading in all the major Senate races.
(Video Credit: Fox News)
In a rerun event that Americans have become all too familiar with, the major polls are now asserting that Democrats will win highly contested races. The obviously partisan ploy is stoking rage even further as voters believe voter fraud is imminent in the coming elections.
During a Fox News interview that included Conway on Monday, Robert Wolf, who is the former economic adviser to former President Obama, declared that Democrats would win it all. There is no shock in what he predicted for the elections considering his political leanings.
In response to being asked about the specious New York Times poll, Wolf responded, “Well, I was pleasantly surprised it has us up 5+ points on most of those. I don’t look at polls that closely, Kellyanne, that’s what she does for a living. My gut feel is that we’re gonna do better election night, you know, than kind of what the GOP thinks. I know they’re out there saying there’s a wave… there’s no wave coming.”
“I think Warnock’s gonna win. I think it will probably go to a run-off. I think Kelly will win. I think Tim Ryan is going to be an upset victor in Ohio. And I think Fetterman’s gonna pull it out,” he added.
— Kellyanne Conway (@KellyannePolls) October 31, 2022
Then it was Conway’s turn and she did not hold back.
“It’s pretty simple. First of all, the New York Times poll has been a disaster. They have beclowned and embarrassed themselves in the last couple of cycles. Let’s roll the tape. Let’s show the receipts,” she said, kicking off her analysis.
“In 2020 alone, they had Mark Kelly winning by 7, won by two. They had Biden up six points in Pennsylvania. He won by barely a point. Biden up three points in Iowa… Trump won by eight. Martha, that’s an eleven-point difference and when you do things like that, you are depressing voters. You are telling the voters it’s over. Your vote, your voice, and your choice don’t matter because you can’t help the underdog,” Conway pointed out.
KellyAnne Conway on Media Polling Companies
Media Polls have had NO accountability for the lack of accuracy
People are using polls not to reflect and respect public opinion
— G.T. Lem (@gtlem) October 31, 2022
Then Fox News host Martha MacCallum asked Conway why they were so off and she gave a solid answer.
“They’re off because of their sample part. Most of it is the science part. But let me just tell you about the Senate races quickly. They were way off on the Senate races as well. They had Thom Tillis losing… he’s a reelected Republican senator. They had Susan Collins losing. She won by nine points. Lindsey Graham won by ten points. Those are not squeakers and I think their science is way off,” she asserted.
“But also, I just tweeted out if anyone wants a@KellyannePolls… I don’t like Twitter, but I like the new Elon Musk Twitter a lot, so I tweeted out that I show Nate Cohn, who runs the upshot for the New York Times, has put out four or five articles in the last couple of months where he just can’t be wrong this cycle. First, he has the Democrats holding the House. Then he has the Republicans winning everything and so that’s not helpful to anybody and anything,” Conway continued.
Don’t be fooled by those like NYT’s Nate Cohn who refer to themselves as the “gold standard” but now have been doing major CYA in the last few months pic.twitter.com/zj74fNh3XC
— Kellyanne Conway (@KellyannePolls) October 31, 2022
“But look, polls are a snapshot in time. They show you the fundamental shifts. And right now, Robert, respectfully, the shifts are that voters are talking about rising crime and rising costs. Parents and moms are still upset about education. And, in Georgia, I think it goes to a run-off and Herschel Walker pulls it out. They’ve gone a little too far in the personal attacks… that bothers people. When you’re not attacking crime, you’re not attacking inflation, you’re attacking your opponent,” she added.
— Conservative News (@BIZPACReview) October 31, 2022
At about that point, Wolf started interrupting and cutting Conway off, but her premise was clear. Despite propaganda from Democrats, Republicans are almost certainly going to sweep the midterms and no amount of manipulated polling will change that.
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