Here's more proof polls cannot be trusted in this election


The next time you hear anyone in the mainstream media talk about election polls, take it with a grain of salt.

New research shows 11.7% of Republicans and 10.5% of independents said they would not give their true opinion when pollsters called them. Talk show host Dan O'Donnell at our sister station WISN in Milwaukee isn't surprised.

"Trump under-polls between three and five percent," O'Donnell said. "In razor thin swing states that could be the difference between a Trump victory and a Biden victory."

Wisconsin is a swing state, and polls show it was trending Trump, before Kenosha exploded into violence.

"Support for Black Lives Matter dropped by about 30 points. It mirrored Biden's slide," O'Donnell stated.

Because, as O'Donnell says, voters feel like if it can happen in Kenosha, it can happen anywhere.


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