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"scott rasmussen" Discussed on Today, Explained
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Up against the mob, this Springfield crew, from cafe and the vox media podcast network, following your listening app to hear new episodes every Wednesday. Have you guys heard of the pitch? It's a podcast you may have previously heard advertise on this show and you were actually currently hearing it advertised on this show right now. The pitch is a podcast where real entrepreneurs pitch real tech investors for real money and it's back for a real new season each episode follows a hopeful entrepreneur through their business pitch before a panel of prospective investors, founders have raised over $10 million on this show from some legendary early stage investors, several of these startups are worth hundreds of millions of dollars today. 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The best explanation that people at the firm have given it as well. It's something in the news, which I mean, I guess, race is generally speaking in the news, but I would say that asking a question like that is problematic for a couple reasons. One, it's okay to be white is a white nationalist sentiment that was picked up in the mid 2000s by white supremacist groups. Unite the right leader, Jason Kessler, pushing for what he calls white civil rights. It's okay to be white. White lives matter too. It began sort of as a trolling effort on a message board called 4chan. It transformed into people posting messages at college campuses with the phrase. It's okay to be white. So to the extent that you're using a phrase that is associated at least in some people's mind with white nationalist groups, it's problematic. I think the other thing that's really worth noting is what is okay with being white mean, right? There's a lot of vagueness in that. It's not, do you like white people? Do you hate white people? Are you Friends with white people? Are you enemies with white people? Are you okay with white people is just a very odd choice of words and phrasing and one that I think creates a lot of uncertainty in the mind of the person taking the poll, which I think questions the results. You spent a lot of years covering politics and campaigns and so you are very familiar with polling. So let's talk about what Rasmussen reports actually is. Who are these folks? So, you know, I think the answer to that is twofold. In the early 2000s, Rasmussen reports was a polling firm that did something called automated dialing polling. Typically what people are familiar with is a poll in which a live and actual person calls you and says, do you have ten minutes of your time? I'd like to ask you a few questions. That's called a live response poll. Automated dial polls are where an automated voice calls and says, I have a poll, please press one if you are for Donald Trump, please plus two if you're for Joe Biden. The appeal of those polls from the pollsters perspective is they're much cheaper. And automated voice is a lot cheaper than paying an actual person to conduct the poll. So Rasmussen was on the leading edge of conducting these automated dialing polls. What's run by a guy named Scott Rasmussen. He had done polling in the past. It was always seen as a little more favorable in its results toward Republicans than toward Democrats. You know, I would say within the bounds of reality, it would never have something that was you would say, oh my gosh, like that's definitely wrong. What I would say in the last few years and I know that Scott Rasmussen left the company in 2013. It's transformed itself more into sort of a right wing talking points creator than it is a pollster. Yes, they do still conduct polling, but you know, they also do things like they seem to be backing the idea of election fraud during the 2020 election. If you're in the business of exposing media gaslighting like we are, there is no more fertile field than cheating in elections. If you question elections, I think you'll find that you're not alone. It appears to be more advocacy than it is strict polling. It now feels as though they're in the business of sort of creating content for Fox News prime time hosts to talk about. A new Rasmussen poll just came out just a very short while ago. And it has our approval rating at 55% and going up. Now, immediately after the president was touting this responsibility, a lot of folks are saying, yeah, but all the other polls have you way down and you're still pathetic and we still think you're a loser. And we don't even know why you're breathing. They didn't say that, but they came very close. More or less dismissing a poll. That's been largely accurate. But I think they are into provocative questions that provoke controversy. I think that's part of the business model. And indeed, look, we're talking about Rasmussen research here today. That's not typically not typically a subject that I'm talking on a daily basis about, right? So in a way, a lot more people are going to hear about who they are, look up their website and you know, I hate to say it, but that's probably a win for them. Let me ask you, you worked for the big politics heavy hitters in media. Does CNN, for example? Does The Washington Post do they take Rasmussen polling seriously? No. I shouldn't say they don't take it seriously. I would say they don't report that polling. Both of those places have polling units run by upholster and usually a deputy. That have a set of internal standards that polls have to meet in order for the organization to report on them. I think that's become increasingly important as more and more pollsters have flooded the market. It's become cheaper to do these automated dial polls. As a result, there's more data out there than ever before and I would suggest more bad data. But all of these polling units have internal standards and polls that they accept and polls that they don't report. Raspberry sense head of polling
ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes
"scott rasmussen" Discussed on ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes
"May not like that, but that's the reality. All right, 8 four four 747 88 68. That is our toll free telephone number. We're going to be keeping an eye on this story. But again, the bigger issue here is what's happening up on Capitol Hill. As the Republicans move closer to a conflict involving the raising of the debt ceiling. And the question is, will the Republicans be able to hold the ground there? That is a promise that Kevin McCarthy made that they would not raise the debt ceiling. So this will be a key promise that we have to pay very close attention to, and if McCarthy breaks that promise, well, what happens next will they try to remove him from the speakership. On that note, there is a new survey bride parts got this piece up, a majority of Americans believe the $1.7 trillion omnibus was actually a major disaster for the country. This is coming from Rasmussen, our buddy Scott Rasmussen. He found that 50% of the respondents to his poll disapprove of the one point trillion $1.7 trillion omnibus bill. No surprise there at all, and a bright part's got that story up we'll have a link to that story over on our website Todd stern's dot com. Also, just want to remind you, again, if you would like information about our upcoming trip to Israel, we are limiting it to a hundred people, and we would love for you to become a part of this incredible journey. And this will be the first, we'll see how this one goes. But if it goes well, we're going to do it again. But it's going to be a lot of fun. And it's an opportunity to hang out together. Now, if you haven't. If you haven't been to any of our weekend gatherings and we used before COVID, we used to do weekend gatherings at the cove in North Carolina. And you guys know how it is with our team. It's not like we're up in some isolated area. We're hanging out with you. It's a lot of fun. We're going to have meals together. It's just, it's really a time of fellowship. And we plan to do the same thing when we are in Israel. It's a 7 day tour, and we're going to be saying it some incredible hotels, great resorts there on the Sea of Galilee, and you need that because during the day, you're going to be walking like crazy. You're going to be getting your steps in as we tour the Holy Land sites and also as we visit with government leaders, Benjamin Netanyahu back in power will be getting a private and exclusive tour of the Knesset and we're also going to be holding meetings with some government officials there just to get a lay of the land of what's happening in the Middle East. So if you would like information go to touch turns dot com that's Todd stars dot com and you'll see the link right there at the top of the page, you can also give us a call 8 four four 747 88 68. Again, a toll free telephone number 8 four four 747 88 60. All right, folks, we got to scoot out of here but a good day busy day. Congratulations to the great Georgia bulldogs and incredible football game last night. Pico to America. 9 9 9. The just because deal. Hey, oh, what's this? Breakfast from Mickey D's? For me? Yep. Why? Because it's morning, and you like McDonald's. Let's eat well with that. There's a deal for every act of kindness. At McDonald's. You don't need a reason when the one and only hot and melty sausage mcmuffin with egg is just two 50. Price and participation may vary can not be combined with any other offer..
"scott rasmussen" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"One thing that I did notice here over the last week is I think let me just take a quick look at this here. In fact, let me go back here and just hit the one I want to get. I think that wasn't the Biden approval numbers. It is the. Generic congressional ballot. And let's take a look at the last one, two, three, four, one, two, three, four, 5 polls. All right? All right. And these. Are all likely voters, okay All right. Republicans plus 5 Republicans plus four Republicans plus one. Republicans plus one. Republicans plus 6. That's a registered voter poll that was done on the 17th by Monmouth. But out of the 5 polls for were likely voters every single one, Republicans are up. If you look at the last one, two, three, four, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, ten, 11, 12, 13, 14 polls out there. Every single one have Republicans winning and this goes from the from the 12th from the 9th to the 12th was the Fox News one that had Republicans up one likely voters every single one except one poll that the Democrats were up one and that's a registered voter poll. Has Republicans in the lead. Yeah. That's on, to me, that's almost unprecedented in a midterm election going back to 94, or maybe 2010. I don't remember it ever being like that, where the numbers have shown that. Maybe they have. Go back and check. Let me go back, okay, I can't go back to 2010. They don't have it here. They have the 2012 that were let me see Republicans point to Republicans one Republicans. One, Democrats won a tie. Going back, nothing like you see here, though. The consistency, nothing. I'm going back to 2012, which again, as we know, that was the election year, let me go to very quickly here. Let me get to 20 18. See what it was. Yeah, look at that. Democrats plus 7 Democrats plus 7 plus 13 plus 8 Republicans plus one Democrats plus 9 plus 5 plus 9 plus 9 plus 7 plus 8 plus 7. I do have the 2010 midterm polls. Wow. I was wrong. Yeah? It was wrong. 2010, when they took a ton of seats. Republicans, the average was 9.4. Wow. Republicans plus 15. Republicans plus 6 Republicans plus 6 Republicans plus 12 plus ten plus 13 plus four. Now, I have to ask, is the polling more skewed these days? Well, in 2010, nothing. Nothing. I'm telling you right now. Nothing. In 2010, compares to the reality of inflation to fund the police, the border, I haven't seen a confluence of issues that so strongly favor Republicans in my lifetime. Yeah. Right. I think there's something there when it comes to the polls and we talk about the changing methodology. But I think a lot of that there are a number of things that are a ton of moving parts within that. And one is technology, obviously. The ability to get a response, but then I think also because of technology, it has changed maybe the average voters sensibility. So there are a number of things. We talk about during the Trump years. You know, a lot of people wouldn't say even to upholster anonymously, they wouldn't say they supported Trump. Right? And for right now, Trump is still very much in the news. And while he's not on the ballot, he's very much in the news. And you can and a big part of this election. And of course, you can say the same with President Biden. Those are the things I think that probably make it more and more difficult. This is something a question I would have for someone like a Scott Rasmussen. For those in his office and we know you listen and thank you. Yeah, pass that along and see if you can send us the answer to that question. Is it because of technology and changing sensibilities with the average voter? Is it becoming increasingly more difficult to. Gauge in any election cycle? Or again, when you step back from it, you also have to remember every election cycle is different. But I think there has to be some effect with the amount of information that we have available to us. We were talking earlier about, you know, and again, in San anecdotal, but I see more and more people kind of doing their own fact checking and that tends to be more the case I believe. I think it is a lot of people are becoming we talked about in past election cycles willfully ignorant, they're becoming willfully informed. More people are, again, I can't gauge how big that movement is. I can't quantify that, but I do believe that is the case. Certainly the technology provides for that. And I do wonder if we're headed in more of an accurate headcount when it comes to polls or is it just getting more and more difficult? And the reason the reason I bring up this up is because we remember, I mean, 2010, remember what was the big issue in 2010. ObamaCare. Yeah, right? ObamaCare. But for the most part, that was pretty abstract. Because most people weren't affected by ObamaCare. Right. And I mean, it's still pretty much everything about it was still abstract for a lot of people. Yeah, I mean, and I would say the Tea Party forming in 2009 and as he came into office a few months after office was pushing against his policies and what he wanted to do higher taxes and everything else. But really, ObamaCare was likely the driver there. Right. And so when you look at that number because it's plus three right now for Republicans on the average. It was plus 9 and a half
The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated
"scott rasmussen" Discussed on The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated
"Thank you, Joe. Thank you. Welcome back, America. Hugh Hewitt broadcasting today from the Alex dot org convention, the American legislative exchange council gathers in Atlanta. They have sponsored my visit down here because I'm a policy walk and I love doing this. And I run into old friends as well. I haven't seen Scott Rasmussen since I don't know. I think the GOP convention in Minneapolis in 2008. It's been a long time, Scott. But it's good to see you again in person. You are no longer with Rasmussen reports. You were smart. You sold that. I'm not sure if they're as good as they were when you were there, but you're not with RMD research and you're still diving into what people think. And you're doing the breakfast talk this morning. Now, the breakfast, you don't want doom and gloom. You don't want like the undertaker to come and measure the casket. So what are you going to tell these people? Well, what I'm going to say is that when I look at all the data and I look at as much as anybody in this world, I am firmly convinced that America's best days are still to come. Things are difficult right now. It's a very bad time in America. I am old enough to remember a period in the late 60s and early 70s when we also hear me both. Yeah, so we also thought things were going really poorly. But I see lots of signs. The American people are looking at things a little bit differently and where the voters lead eventually the political class will follow. Now, Scott, going back to those days in the 70s in the middle of the Carter years, a young woman took over the leadership of the Conservative Party by the name of Margaret Thatcher in 1976, three years later, about 20 months before Ronald Reagan was elected. She took over the parliament, and she went through some tough times and came out on the other side of her economic reforms and the Falklands War in Britain went into a golden era. I think the same thing is happening right now with Liz truss. I believe his trust was going to win handily. Rishi got caught saying taxes, taxes, taxes, and more taxes. And so Liz trusts saying, no, I'm Patrick two. Does that tell us anything? There's Great Britain's future tell us anything in the United States. You know, it's always nice to make those comparisons, especially when they tell you what you want to hear. But I'm not sure they really correlate that precisely. There are things going on in the world. And there is going to be a revival of free market attitudes. Again, we see it among voters. There's going to be a push back against a lot of what we're seeing. So some of that in Great Britain may be happening here. I think the greater comparison is in 1976, the Democrats should have won a blowout. We were dealing with the Arab oil embargo and inflation and Gerald Ford would have his whip inflation pardons. Yeah, and the pardon, everything else going on, and yet Carter barely won. There wasn't much change in the House or the Senate. We saw the same thing in 2020. 40 million people were thrown out of work. Donald Trump shouldn't have been competitive in that race, and it turned out to be very, very close. And the Carter years were transitioned to something. And I think the Biden years are too. Well, let's talk now about what Alec wants to talk about. Education, energy and the economy, meaning taxes. Let's start with education. I think it's the iceberg issue. I think Democrats are running a ground on this iceberg everywhere. Parents saw what is going on or not going on. They do not like radical ideology as governor youngkin told me interviewed him a couple of weeks ago and do so in a couple more weeks. Because he's the education governor, and he said, we're just not going to teach divisive subjects. We do not want to do that. I think it's a very good way to craft the message. Yeah, so what you want to craft the message on is parents need to be the primary force, not the only force, but the primary force in deciding what their children learn and talking about the way and the topics they're being taught. Now, when I look at polling, the most significant thing. And this is a good example of why I'm optimistic. The most significant thing is topics like homeschooling. A few years ago, that was seen as a pariah polling, it's a bad thing. Only those crazy Christians do that. Homeschooling after the pandemic, people look at is a good option, a credible option. Things that were not hotspot possible before are happening. 40% of parents with kids in public schools say they're open to considering another type of schooling. Now, they're not going to switch. And by the way, many who have switched say they might switch back. But the fact that people are now openly considering options in education, huge change..
The Charlie Kirk Show
"scott rasmussen" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show
"Prepare with Kirk dot com. There's a great article from the federalist dot com written by Scott Rasmussen, the famous pollster, it's titled, it's titled this. Why overturning row may help Republicans a lot more than it helps Democrats. And what Scott walks through here is that conventional wisdom would suggest that overturning roe will help the Democrats into the midterms. But he exposes something that I think is incredibly important here. Of course, this is on the backdrop of the leaked Dobbs decision. It's also on the backdrop of the Senate failing to codify what they say codify row last night. It failed 51 to 49 senator Joe Manchin, a Democrat sided with the 50 Republicans in the Senate to block the legislation. So bravo for senator Manchin, although that being said, he said he would have probably supported a cleaner bill that just codified row and left much of the other decisions up to the states. What this bill did was it, what it codified was abortion on demand in all 50 states, regardless of what those states voters actually wanted and it overturned existing laws in those states. So 9 months old, totally viable fetus. You could get an abortion, no big deal. Killing a life. So Scott makes a point here that the real issue with the polling when it comes to roe V wade is that people are confused about what it would actually do. He says 77% of voters mistakenly think it would make abortion illegal in the United States. So that's 77% don't understand what Rowe even does. 41% simply don't know what it would mean. Just 22% have some understanding of the issue. If people don't understand, this is his words. If people don't understand what overturning roe would mean, how can you possibly interpret polling data showing the people don't want it overturned? So he makes the argument though that you have to ask non political jargon questions totally agree when you're polling voters. With Rowan place, the abortion laws are set by judges, meaning that the judges simply stated in 1973 that abortion should be legal overturning the will of voters in 43 states at the time that had abortion illegal. 65% of voters, when you asked the right question, think abortion law should be established by voters and their elected representatives. That's exactly what will happen if ro was overturned. Just 18% of voters want to preserve the status quo. So get this. A massive majority in this country, 65% of voters think that abortion laws should be established by the voters of their elected representatives. 65% that is a massive majority. This is a very, very popular thing to do when voters actually understand what it would mean. So what the Democrats are going to try and do through their messaging, they are going to try and tell everybody that will listen that if you overturn roe that we're back to coat hanger abortions in the alley that is not what it means. It simply means that states will have their own say. This is federalism. This is the founders genius on display. Now, do I think that abortion should be illegal? Absolutely. A 100%. Nevertheless, that's not what happens when roe gets overturned. Rowe was bad law. And 65% of Americans think that abortion laws should be established by voters and their elected representatives. So all of this comes back to a theme that we've been hitting on all week, that they Democrats and I do believe it was a Democrat operative that leaked this, probably Kagan, according to senator Cruz, one of her clerks, they have overplayed their hand. This will not be good for them in November, this will not animate their base. And when you see riots, when you see molotov cocktails, when you see whatever coming down the pipe that they have, do not despair. That is AstroTurf, dark money, civil rights, and air quotes groups that are trying to intimidate you and trying to intimidate the conservative movement from standing for standing up for something that is completely right and justifiable, which is ending the scourge of abortion on demand in this country..
America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast
"scott rasmussen" Discussed on America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast
"And I think it's largely because the new division has opened up Scott Rasmussen and Doug schoen were really ahead of the curve back in 2010 with their book mad as hell on the Tea Party movement. And they right there said, based on the data that they were analyzing, that the old animosity between Republican and Democrat or Tory and labor conservative and liberal, the tended to be functioning around economic issues, that was dead and a new political division was opening up. And that's the people versus the permanent political class. And there was this radical sense that the political class governs according to their own values, their own interests, their own concerns, they're becoming increasingly alienated from the values interest and concerns of the people. We've got data, for example, from the chatham House of think tank in Britain, that found that nearly 70% of MPs, so political class believed that immigration was always good for Britain. Whereas only 20% of the population actually believed that. So you could see this massive divide growing. And that's what makes Trump so amazing. Out of the 15 or 16 GOP candidates and back in 2016, he was the only one that tapped into that new paradigm of the people versus the political class, and that could make us that could put us against Republicans, IE Romney, every bit as much as it could pit us against Democrats. It's the people versus the ruling class. That's the new political divide. But Steve, you're not telling me that that scoundrel Karl Marx Wright. Are we in a class based conflict right now? Is it the elite class versus everybody else? Yeah, I think that's one way of looking at it, but I think it's very reductionist to reduce it to that kind of economics or something akin to that. No, I think this is much larger. There's a sense that the globalist order, the so called rules based order that basically replaced the civilization with a system. It replaced western civilization with a system that could be superimposed a political and economic system that could be superimposed on all people all times, all places it didn't matter who you were. And then we even went a step further and we said, you know, the level of your the level of your sophistication will be measured to what extent you start buying into these very bougie cosmopolitan values. That system that Francis fukuyama argued was basically the end of history, the end in our political and economic evolution as it were. That system is falling apart. It's drowning in many respects. So, you know, you've got, for example, the clash of civilizations, thesis Sam Huntington, where he basically are that what happened to the Soviet Union was not the end of history as fukuyama argued. It was but the latest manifestation of the end of the old modernist industrial liberal globalist order. You had more or less three versions in the 20th century that wanted to take over the world. And that's the key to modernity. Modernity is imperial by its nature. It wants a one size fits all political and economic system. You had liberal globalism. You had Soviet communism, of course, and you had Nazi fascism. Nazi fascism more, let's get knocked out in the war. Then you have the Cold War and this bipolar world. And then when Soviet Union fell a lot of the rise of the neocon said, okay, it's the pax Americana. Now that we found the one. Size fits all order for all people's signs and places and what Huntington said is note you don't get what happened, what happened to the Soviet Union is precisely what's going to happen to the old liberal bougie globalist order. It's just lazy thinking he.
America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast
Why the Old Animosity Between Left and Right Is Dead
"Scott Rasmussen and Doug schoen were really ahead of the curve back in 2010 with their book mad as hell on the Tea Party movement. And they right there said, based on the data that they were analyzing, that the old animosity between Republican and Democrat or Tory and labor conservative and liberal, the tended to be functioning around economic issues, that was dead and a new political division was opening up. And that's the people versus the permanent political class. And there was this radical sense that the political class governs according to their own values, their own interests, their own concerns, they're becoming increasingly alienated from the values interest and concerns of the people. We've got data, for example, from the chatham House of think tank in Britain, that found that nearly 70% of MPs, so political class believed that immigration was always good for Britain. Whereas only 20% of the population actually believed that. So you could see this massive divide growing. And that's what makes Trump so amazing. Out of the 15 or 16 GOP candidates and back in 2016, he was the only one that tapped into that new paradigm of the people versus the political class, and that could make us that could put us against Republicans, IE Romney, every bit as much as it could pit us against
America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast
John Solomon on the American Public's Sentiment Toward COVID Regulations
"Do you have a sense John I know you're not a pollster? And I've got so much more to ask you, but you have a sense of where the public is generally with this one. Fauci says things like masks forever on planes and, you know, maybe you should avoid Christmas and new year's with your family. After two years, I get the sense the public en masse is a little tired of hearing from that guy. You are spot out and it's funny. I'm writing a story for tomorrow at just the news on this very top because my good friend, Scott Rasmussen, the great bolster. Just did a poll on the gap between what President Biden and the Biden administration in Washington and Fauci want and what Americans want. And these are some fascinating numbers going to be on our site tomorrow morning, but we'll give your listeners an early listen. Only 27% of voters believe the worst of the pandemic is behind us. That is a 29 point drop from the spring and remember in between those two points Joe Biden declared victory over the virus only to be proven wrong. Americans are expecting that this is going to linger on and perhaps the worst is still ahead. Despite that, despite that, only 28% of voters want stricter lockdowns, 53% believe it's okay to go mask us now, particularly if you're immunized and 74% say they just want to go back to resuming life as normal will have to learn to live with the virus. A very strong sentiment that we've been locked down for two years. It hasn't really made much of a difference for God's sake just get back to normal. And I think that these polling data is really strong data, very strong pointers. That's fascinating. So people believe the worst is still to come, but they want to get back to living normally. Yeah, it's an amazing thing. And I think the reason is they have come to conclude that these all these solutions that came out of Washington that sound great. We're going to flatten the curve, wear a mask, you'll save your neighbor. Get a vaccine shot then too, then three, maybe four now. They haven't worked. And at some point, they realize, you know what? I'm going to manage my own
The Ben Shapiro Show
"scott rasmussen" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show
"Prevent getting an infectious disease. And having to have you as my doctor is what Wearing a mask no that. Somebody's i can see ready to sneeze or cough walk away. You avoid all the paranoid aspects and do something positive. A good diet be you. Don't smoke. I know. I know you don't drink at least not very much. So that's pretty good. Get some exercise. I know that you don't get as much exercise as you should. That's dr anthony. Factory circuit two thousand nineteen by now to be a member of the elect. You have to. dr anthony. Factory says even in direct contradiction to It is amazing by the way we've gone this entire pandemic and there's been no systematic discussion of whether americans should exercise. That is kind of an amazing thing. You can be both pro vaccine and pro exercise. Which by the way would be the actual scientific position here that vaccines are good and also. It is better not to be fat okay. It's better as a health matter not to be overweight. That does not mean. there aren't people who struggle with it but there are a lot of people were not doing their exercise and not eating healthy. That is just a reality. In the united states whenever people talk about the health gaps in the united states for scandinavia. It's because we're way fatter than scandinavia is not our medical system. Thoughts is because our medical system can't fix the fact that many of us are gigantic and that is just a reality but again anti fascist member. Let's have to listen to him if you don't listen to him. Then your cast into the outer darkness. And now they're making it more. More radical rig zeke emanuel says you'll be cast into the darkness if you don't want a mask or or vaccinate your small children again. I'm i'm wondering where like there better be some pretty exorbitant data on the lack of risk to children from this vaccine because the lack of risk from cova is well substantiated at this point in the united states the number of children under the age of eighteen. Who have died in the united states from kobe is four hundred twelve over the course of a year and a half during this pandemic as opposed to well over nine hundred fifty who died from pneumonia in that same. Exact period of time here is a. Here's a zeke. Emanuel hover saying we need to actually mandate that small children get the vaccine only forty percent of those kids. Twelve fifteen have gotten fully vaccinated. We really need that number to go way up just to give you a contrast adults between sixty five and seventy five who were so threatened before eighty five percent of them are vaccinated. We need to really mandate i think. Twelve to fifteen year olds. Get the vaccine across the country unbelievable. He's saying he just compared. That's a nation rates among twelve to fifteen year olds for whom we are talking about. Maybe a couple a few dozen deaths everyone terrible but few dozen deaths over the course of a year and a half. he's comparing that to people. And the rates sixty five and older. Which is everyone who died in the united states. His disease that heavily skews toward killing the elderly meanwhile the administration again contrast science is saying that everybody should boosters its own. Cdc is like nope the cdc and the who are both like yeah. We're not seeing a guys like we looked at the data and What we are saying is that the vaccination had ninety five percent effectiveness against severe disease for delta and alpha more than eighty percent effectiveness in protecting against infection from those variance. They noted the wing. Antibody levels. don't necessarily correlate with a decrease in effectiveness against severe disease. Because you got t. Cell immunity right boosters may eventually be needed say the says but there could be risks if booster too widely introduced too soon or too frequently because it might create adverse reactions when you too many shots too fast and the by administration is rushing forward with this sort of stuff and apparently if you if you know any of this then you will be cast into the outer darkness and then then you're the bad people it it's all about the it's all about being a member of the elect versus a member of the non elected and that is why our politics are so broken and they're not getting fixed anytime soon because the culture war issue of our time is whether you think your neighbor is a bad person it is not the vaccine. It is not. It is not racial issues. it is not tax issues. it is none of that. It's whether you are oriented against the institutions of the country and are therefore part of the revolutionary vanguard while benefiting from it. Or if you're not that is how we determine. There is a reason why i mean. There's a poll that just came out. B. scott rasmussen national survey and this is backed by other data and kirsten solta sanderson did a poll last year. Basically finding the same thing and what. This poll found is that fifty seven percent of democratic voters believe that supporters of donald trump are a serious threat to the nation. They literally believed that half of their fellow. Americans are a serious threat to the nation itself. That is as opposed to say. The taliban only forty four percent of democrats believe that the taliban are threats to the country or believe that china is a threat to the country or believe that defend. The police activists are threat to the country. Fifty six percent of democrats believed unvaccinated. Americans are a threat to the country again. Once you're vaccinated they're not a threat to you. A only thirty seven percent believed that russia is a threat to the country. Fully fifty seven percents believes that donald trump donald trump supporters are threats to the country. Now if you look at how non. Identifying voters rank these issues in terms of who they think is a threat to the country. Not gop not done in this poll. The top threats according to the independent voters are in order. Taliban china de-fund the police activists unvaccinated americans russia donald trump supporters illegal immigrants and socialists and from supporters and socialists are basically on par with one another according to sort of independent voters kip. But when you take a large percentage of the country forty percent of the country and you say what makes you good or what makes you bad. Is your agreement with my dumb slogan on the back of my dress and anything that we say together that is oriented against this other people who don't lose their jobs they're the they're the baddies. Then what you end up with is a country that is beyond repair. And you're not gonna. It's not a shock that you're gonna end up with the sorting mechanism that you've seen in terms of american population movements. It is not a shock that you've seen people like me and my family moved from california to florida because who wants to live in an area where your neighbors look at you cross eyed. Because you voted away. The didn't want you to vote or because you live a lifestyle. They don't want you to live. Who wants to do that. The answer is nobody and so we are gonna end up with because of the culture war stuff. It is all culture war all the way down. Donald trump was not elected because of the economic program. Donald trump was not elected because of his foreign policy program. No one could name what those programs were. In twenty sixteen. He was elected because donald trump was a giant. Fu to this entire group of people who say that anyone who disagrees with them is part of the of the damned and are going straight to hell it..
The Patriot AM 1150
"scott rasmussen" Discussed on The Patriot AM 1150
"As if aren't our country looked into a mirror and saw our better Selves when evil calls itself a martyr Here we are 20 years later and look what Joe Biden just did. I can't even wrap my mind around this. He abandoned fellow Americans behind enemy lines. And now the Islamic Emirates of Afghanistan will plot plans scheme there. Next attacks on this country along with Isis or Isis, K Qaida and the You know all these other networks 809 41, Sean, all of you. I'm sure remember where you are. I know where I was. Um, We have some poll numbers coming out. I want to give you one in particular in the state of Georgia. Herschel Walker, who I have personally endorsed Unless it hurts him, Then I'll take it back. Herschel Walker is up. He has 76% in the latest Trafalgar Pole. Um, that's Robert to Hayley's poll of supporters Republican supporters for the primary, and I know that there's some people he's not going to win the general election. I'm like, Yes, he is. I have every confidence he will. I'm gonna tell you one of the reasons why is one of the nicest people you'll ever meet, and when he sets his mind to something, I've never seen anybody like him. When he said his mind to be in the best football player, he could be. Look, look at what he account. Published when he set his mind to Getting in the octagon and and the you know, and and doing. Mm eh, Fighting at his age. I couldn't believe it. And he was great at it when he sets his mind to doing, you know, 1500 pushups a day 3000 setups a day and does it every single day. I mean, it's and saying this is why I am a conservative. Let me explain it to you as he did on this program, as he did on Hannity the TV program anyway to go over this and some polls about Joe Biden that have just come out, and Matt Towery, syndicated columnist, also in a Attorney and he runs the Insider advantage Polling company Robert Kerr Haley of the Trafalgar Group. Uh, both of them correct And and their models for 2016 and 2020. I don't think there's any other pollster in America. They can say that maybe maybe Scott Rasmussen personally, I'm not sure he was pretty close. I know in 2016 Anyway, guys welcome back to the program. Thanks for being with us. Uh, let's go over this Georgia poll has we're looking at the house. Okay, I would argue. It's probably easier for Republicans to take control of the house. But if you want to look at a bellwether for 2024 In 2022. Senate races are taking place in Florida in Georgia. Herschel Walker in South Carolina, North Carolina, New Hampshire, Wisconsin, Ohio. Arizona, Nevada, Um, any other swing states that we want to look at here and I think would be a pretty big indicator of what 2024 will look like, Um, let's start with you, Robert to Haley. You did this poll on on Herschel Walker? I I knew he was popular, but that blew me away. Yeah, absolutely. You know, this poll is a function of name recognition, and it just shows you the advantage Herschel starts with before he spent the nickel. He starts at this kind of name idea. This is a major hurdle for the opponent. To even get close to him. You know, One of the advantages Trump had was when he ran. Everybody knew who he was. So when you can start a race with everybody, knowing your name, it's great and with a positive that go with his name recognition for also great benefit, But this is a great place to start from, Uh, it will be hard to stay there when people start throwing arrows at him. But what do you mean? When they start throwing arrows? They've already been throwing arrows at all over the place at him, And I don't think any of its going to stick either because Herschel just exudes, you know. Kindness, gentle guy, but a tough guy. Well, attacking even the media is one thing. But when they start putting in TV ads, and it starts to disseminate more the average people It will have some coffee. But I think that Herschel you're right when they when they realized what kind of person he is, uh, that they're going to some of these will be very hollow. But you know the other side. Obviously people voted for Warnock, so they're one to believe a lot of stuff, so be prepared for it to get tighter in the general election, but I think it's a great place to start. And every advantage and it's certainly going to help. Maybe even clear the field a little bit your take on this mat tower. But the funny thing is both of you are from Georgia know Georgia politics better than any people that I know Matt Tower your take You, uh, you served in the Georgia Legislature and you also are on the ticket to be lieutenant governor at the time that no Republican was going to win state right Wide office. I think I might have aged you as maybe an early bird Special diner at this point, But that didn't mean any offense by it. That's all right. Yeah. You know, George Robert, It's an inside joke between me and him. I was just so mean to him. I just now that was awful. Such a global. Oh, no, it's so we deserve it. I live in ST Petersburg, Florida now and I like to go eat early, and you think to always call me right when I'm taking my first bite. It's like six o'clock and I'm like you're a dinner. I'll call him a 10. And now he doesn't pick up. I fell asleep. I didn't see your call Mike. What? Time to go to bed. 7 30. We don't stay. I'll stay until two o'clock in the morning or three. Sean, So you know it is. It's actually three or four. But who's counting? Yeah, exactly. So Georgia race for Herschel Walker. He starts with so many advantages, as Robert has already alluded to. He has great name idea idea. He has a large number of people who still remember what he did for the state of Georgia. Putting Georgia football really on the map with coach Vince doing so I do believe these numbers are totally correct. What I think has been the most stunning thing about Herschel Walker running. Sean is how the Republican establishment has tried every way in the world to stop him. Here..
News Talk 1130 WISN
"scott rasmussen" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"We are America. As I say. Liberties lost on a minute to by minute basis coming up in the three o'clock hour. We're going to have a conversation with a woman who could very well be Wisconsin's next governor. Today. Rebecca Kleefisch, former lieutenant governor under governor, Scott Walker. Hadn't as announced that she will indeed enter the ring and the race for 2022. We'll talk to Rebecca Kleefisch more about 3 15. Regarding her run and the campaign ahead. Right now, Speaking of the campaign looks like, uh, old Tony's numbers are sagging a little bit, perhaps like his spirits. Uh, Evers. Poll numbers plummeting Doctor Will Flanders, research director for the Wisconsin Institute for Law and Liberty is joining us now to talk a little bit about a new will pull that was commissioned by Renowned polls. Store pollster. Uh You know, the, uh have some information. More information on this now with Dr Will Flanders. Good afternoon, sir. How are you? Good afternoon. Thanks for having me on doing well. Yeah, I'm glad to have you here. The numbers are very interesting. Very telling. This was put together by Scott Rasmussen, who is you know he's He's no champ when it comes to the world of poll polling. I mean, this guy is pretty well known and has been pretty accurate over the years regarding his polls and got some interesting numbers. Now a governor That is below 50% is almost near that underwater range. Let's take a look at some of the top line numbers well. Yeah, That's absolutely right. So you know, we decided, as you said, it's election season is beginning to ramp up it be a good time to sort of get a state of play. And if we're going to do that, in Wisconsin or really anywhere in the country, we knew partnering with a thought rescues and it's sort of the way to go and we look at a number of different issues. Um, primarily looking at a lot of the election, build an election integrity issues. But we also included the overall approval for the governor, and we found him to be within that margin of error. We found him to be at 48 to 47 the margin of error on our poll with a 1000 registered voters throughout the state of Wisconsin is about 3.1%. So not sort of the high approval ratings we've been seen before, And we think you know a number of issues, you know, including the election, integrity stuff. We talked about this poll but also the continuing effects of school closures of these Endless debates about masking in schools and things like that happen CRT and pools. We think all of these things are having an effect. Will Flanders from the Wisconsin Institute for Law and Liberty, joining us on this edition of the Vicki McKenna Show. I find it interesting if you look and you compare the Rasmus and numbers with the Marquette Law School poll, the last or latest most recent Marquette Law School poll. Showed the governor at 50%, But look back over time. Will I find it Fascinating. This is a governor, uh, from March late march of 2020 at the beginning of the pandemic. To today has dropped 17% points You remember in March at the beginning of the pandemic when it seemed like a lot of Wisconsinites were frightened what was to come and they were looking for leadership from their chief executive. Uh and you know he had 65% in terms of favorability or support that has dropped, according to this latest poll down to the 47% level. I think his handling of the pandemic has a lot to do with that. What do you think? Absolutely right. I think you know for over a year now, right where we're a year and a half into this pandemic, and people have been looking for leadership from the governor's office. Uh, The entire time. We've also been looking for him to work with the Legislature and come up with sort of compromises and reforms that actually are sort of measures that could be reasonably agreed to, you know, not unilateral mandate. Not things along those lines. He is essentially continually tried to go on and on his own from our legal side. We've had a number of obviously lawsuits over the past year to sort of prevent that. We've been relatively successful, but the end result is a governor that doesn't show leadership unwilling to work with the the people in the Legislature to make reasonable attempts to get things done. And when, instead just rather take his mandate that he can have his band Aid will take his ball and go home and you're absolutely right. The poll numbers we have here are not really inconsistent with what you've seen in the Marquette poll. There's a continual downward trend. Think just since we've been in the field a little bit more recently, we're seeing drop below that 50% level. Will Flanders, research director for the Wisconsin Institute for Law and Liberty, joining us this hour in the Vicki McKenna show. You know, this is a governor who has become the governor of No, You mentioned it before he's going to go it alone. He's not going to work with Republicans and no matter how the left and their public relations firm in the mainstream media like to frame this There have been a number many myriad examples of Republicans, Republican leadership reaching out to the governor. There have been many examples of the governor, not even returning their phone calls. Unfortunately, when he does return their phone calls, he's recording them secretly. So that's the kind of situation that we have in the state of Wisconsin right now. But he has rejected a number of pieces of legislation that are quite frankly as you note in this poll, quite popular with Wisconsinites, particularly after the debacle of an election of November 2020. Your polling numbers show great support for things, voter integrity measures like voter ID. And these others. These are bills that the governor has, um out of hand vetoed and rejected. Yeah, That's absolutely right. So you know what we wanted to do here was sort of look at some of the measures that have been proposed, as well as a number of other sort of reasonable common sense Reforms to see. Across the state with the level of support for them was obviously the governor is couched these things as being extremely partisan, and you look at the votes in the Legislature. For most of these things. They're along partisan lines, but, you know, not just the governor, but the Democratic Party. Elected Democratic Party of the whole that's been in opposition. Um, but across a number of different election reform measures that we looked at, we found not only Republican support, not only independent support, but even a majority of Democrats supporting Reforms give you a couple examples here. One of the main ones is with this with the notion of ballot curing. So what we know from you know, this larger election study that we're engaging in the other groups are engaging is is that Alec curing, even if it's you know, we think it probably shouldn't be happening. We know what's happening throughout the state. This is where elections officials go in and make corrections to errors on ballots. What we know is that that varies from municipality to municipality. And your chance of having your vote counted in Milwaukee is different than it is in Walkinshaw is different than it is in Madison varies throughout the state. We have people should there be a uniform standard for first ballot curing..
Pat Gray Unleashed
"scott rasmussen" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed
"Off nineteen twenty seriously so weird. That is really weird. Wow seems like they got it right around the same time as white women right really brown women and how every other color of women however many there are also all the by talks. Got at the seem. What about the whiteys did the niro queers. Get to right yes. Yeah you're saying the same time. Yeah niro amazing. Yes queers Also got the right to vote the female pronoun you identify as you got the right. You got to. You're able to do it so weird. What a weird world we live in it just never ceases to amaze also This is kind of fun. Americans large majorities of american voters favor. The voting rules and restrictions that have been passed in the wake of the months of controversy after the twenty twenty election polling drawn from national surveys by veteran pollster. Scott rasmussen indicates that up to three quarters of us. Voters are opposed to the looser voting regulations. That were put in place for last year because of cove in nineteen they understand. That was a one time thing. We don't have to keep that forever. Let's move past it. A full seventy seventy percent of voters for instance would like a hard election day deadline for ballots duck. Who thinks it. Yeah you should be able to get that three or four days five days after the over this. I think it's in the sixty some percent right. That sixty almost seventy percent of people think that we should be able to have the count that night right. Yeah so Let's make that law. Then this is not. I'm not being facetious. There have banana republics that operate election integrity better than we have in the last couple of cycles here. I mean this isn't that would never would have believed that. I never would've thought that. We get to this point in america where the election is this uncertain. It's it's unbelievable to me a whopping seventy six percent favor requiring voter. Id a photo id to vote. What about if you live in rural areas doesn't matter whether the rural or the inner city ak the suburbs the in between the outlying areas around the country this asking. Yeah everybody's everybody's okay with bringing a photo. Id it's pretty much. Everybody has joyce kinko's yeah. Yeah yeah have. You don't have a kinko's there's a lot of people have what they call a handsome new-fangled. Oh a phone. Like an iphone which can double as a photocopier. Yeah yes smart mant. Let's see you do that with your phone right now. I'm on the air right now. Task might demonstrate for trust me voter. Id one of those compromises that you'd support. I think that we should. We should underestimate what right. Yeah big thing. No mine that means to Our xerox copy offended into proof. You are well. There are a whole lot of people especially people who live in rural communities. Don't there's no kinko's officemax come on voter. Id laws be clear about who you have in mind and what would be required of them. They are of course. People have to prove who they are. Of course they do but it almost impossible for them to prove right not in a way they have to prove who they are not in an impossible like having an idea mean come on. I'll be right right. What am i right. What is she suggesting for people to prove who they are test. Easier more convenient for people wouldn't have been. I don't know an interesting follow up questions. it would've been kamla. what are you suggesting. How do they prove who they are if you don't have a photo. Id by the way. Everyone has a photo id. That would have gone over. Well.
"scott rasmussen" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"You know, the numbers have been so big and so stunning and it first, people overwhelmingly thought we got to do whatever it takes to fight this pandemic, And I actually found some comparisons to the attitudes and World War two. You know, we got to do whatever it takes. Right now. We're starting to come out of it, and you know, people are beginning to say, okay, we're beyond that, and there's a dispute, but it's really not yet hit the stage of saying, Wow, it's all about the spending. There's a lot of concern about the job situation and some of the policies that have limited the number of people willing to go to work. There are practical practical concerns like that. But the focus on federal spending just not there. So one last question, Scott and I appreciate your taking time. This is Scott Rasmussen, the great poll store of Rasmussen reports on Duh. I wanted to ask you about Trump and his. I keep seeing these numbers. I want your if you think they're accurate, Not that among Republican voters not, you know, not that international nationwide but not all voters. But just Republicans. I've seen Approval ratings of Trump in the 75 to 80% range is that Accurate. Um, you know, my numbers are a little bit lower than that. But yes, but he's remains very popular. So does that mean that he is still a big force to be contented with in Republicans? Politics. He's absolutely a big force to be contended with and I think the other thing you got to keep in mind, Steve. You know the policy issues that President Trump pursued were there before he gave voice type and those in the policy debate in the Republican Party is over. Republican voters want trump like policies, not traditional Republican policies. That's so what? I I'm actually cured by that because I'm in favor of you. Sort of put it. Do you think Put America putting America first is a Good line for the Republicans. Absolutely, you know, and Steve, one of those things I wrote about long ago, And when, when I was crusading about that was talking about a military budget that was put Americans first strategy. So I have been on that stick for for a few decades. Well, Scott, thank you. You are a national asset yourself. Thank you so much for taking some time. I wish we had about another 15 minutes. I got about 10. Other things I would ask you about, but I'd love to have you on in the in the weeks to calm and that Scott Rasmussen, a Rasmussen reports. You're listening to more money. We will be right back. With economists out the leper. WNBC, Brian.
"scott rasmussen" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"New York City border to border and toast the Coast. You're connected with Tom Sullivan. Yes, you are. And thank you for connecting. Welcome everybody to the big radio Show happy. What is today? Today? Oh, yeah, I forgot it's Monday. 70 30 of made 20,021. My name is Tom Sullivan. So I got some funny even Paul Skaggs says money to Iran. It's all for infrastructure. Yes, of course. What? Why? Yes. You just call it infrastructure and everybody goes. Oh, okay. Oh. Mm. I'm for that. Yep, I'm for that. So jeez, thanks, Paul. Um Yeah, No, you're welcomes. It is obvious that video that the building was empty, open windows, flapping curtains, a real crime. Is using supposedly neutral. Entities hiding military facilities. That's what they do. I think we're kind of on to that. That was a trick. That kind of work. Maybe the first time. Yeah, man you many years ago. So we move on. I just Alex, are we? Do you think the audience is in total confusion today? Do you think You think they know where they are? What they're doing? I want to be clear. I'm not going nuts. Yeah. You know you are, but Well, they keep talking. The story today is about all the confusion. Over masks. And For the life of me. I don't know. What part is confusing. What's interesting to me is There was some survey taken Wonderful. I thought I trapped that somewhere. Oh, man. Where? Where did I put it? When they needed? There was Ah, only ever. Scott Rasmussen Yeah? Scott Rasmussen. Says all this confusion He said that Nothing has really changed. He says. Even basic guidelines won't have much of an impact on tens of millions of Americans that were already going out of town long before the CDC said It was okay. He says Over a month ago, my polling showed 41% of voters had already ignored CDC guidelines by having dinner at an indoor restaurant. When you add in other activities like going to church concerts, sports events. 66% of people said. Yeah, well, yeah, we didn't follow the guidelines. So Don't know if This goes back to my business gives me some hope. That most of you are smart enough. Too, and good enough. And you like yourself well enough. Where You weren't waiting around for the government to tell you what to do. Just haven't been I certainly haven't been. I've What I've been doing has been my Decision our decision in our household. About the information that we are fed and looking at it with a John dissed eye to make sure that you go well, do you? What do you think? And then you make your decision about what to do. So you've been making your own. Here's another one. Rasmus and again on Lee 33% of voters claimed to be following news about the CDC guidelines. There is little difference between the views of those paying attention to the CDC and those that are not I am hopeful. I'm glad. Thank you very much. Scott. I appreciate you doing this because I'm thinking this is this is I don't know who the people are that are sitting around waiting for what do you think we should do? Well, let's find out to CDC has to say and let's follow what they have to say. And the problem with that is yes, the CDC says one thing yesterday another thing the day before. Who knows what they'll say tomorrow. They keep changing it to the point where if you were paying attention a year ago, it did not take you long to understand that there They're communicating system is a terrible So this is part of the government medical information. System. And this is the government for those of you that want government single payer government health insurance. This is just another little tidbit for you of how they don't know what they're doing. Now I will grant you That there's a lot of scientific question marks about this whole virus and they're still trying to figure it out and how it's spread and how some people got it really bad and killed him. Some people did not. All that still up in the air for science to figure out But the messaging from the CDC has been nothing short of abysmal. So People stopped. Following it. I don't blame you. So this is I mean, this is Well, here's Dr Fauci. Says the questions concerning The mass guidelines from the CDC are reasonable. And answers will be coming within a couple of weeks. I would imagine within a period of just a couple of weeks, you're gonna start to see significant clarification of some of the actually understandable and reasonable questions that people are asking. Oh, brother. So They're turning to the CDC, other basically saying, Dr Fauci just said. We don't have the answers. But don't you worry. We're going to be providing some It'll be a few weeks down the road. This has been going on now for 14 months, but will be coming up with some really good answers. You gotta wait for a while. I just tune in. So what worries me is there are people that are actually waiting. I don't know if they're in their basements where they are, but they're waiting for well, Dr Fauci said. It will be. And I'm not a Fauci hater. But at this this is this is how he got his haters is, he says, stuff like that. And it's just dumb. Yeah, that way. We all very reasonable just that We don't have the answers about the reasonableness, but we will..
"scott rasmussen" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"This'll is Maura money with economists Steve Moore. Now, Steve More welcome back. Folks is more money out. 77 talk radio WBC and we have affiliates throughout the country, including on the West Coast in California. So thank you, everyone for joining us, but Our home base is, of course, right in the heart of Manhattan in New York City, one of the greatest cities in the world. You all know I'm from Chicago. So I kind of think Chicago by be the greatest city in America. But I love New York. I worked there for many years and we've got to get our cities up and running before I get to my guest star out of breath and I wanted to run remind people You have to get the committee to unleash prosperity. Hotline Every morning. You can eat, We melt right to you. So it's at your doorstep. When you get up in the morning, and you want to find out the most important things that were going on. You can read it in five minutes. A lot of times. It's just a headline or graft or chart showing you a lot of the data that the fake media is not providing yourself. You want that, By the way, I'm not selling anything spokes. It's free. It costs zero. We want you to have it. It's just going to committee to unleash prosperity. Click on. I want the hotline. Give us your email and we'll send it to you every day. Okay, I want to get the Adam Brown and he is a great friend. He's a colleague. He's one of the great grassroots activist in this country. He's a solid free market conservative, and he is also What's importantly, a new father Adam, Congratulations on the new baby. I hope Mom and the mom and your new son are doing well. They're doing great, Steve. In fact, I'm so glad when you get married. You reached out to have me on today because this is five minutes. I don't have to be on diaper duty. But not Adam about Chicago. You're talking about New York. Can I nominate my hometown in Cleveland as the greater Okay, You got it, My friend. You've got one of these days. The Cleveland Browns are even gonna make the world the Super Bowl. By the way. This is Super Bowl Sunday. You well know that by the way out of I can ask you a personal question that we're gonna get the policy. Have you changed any diapers yet? Steve. I have Well, since my wife did have a C section. She couldn't get up. So I have changed. Probably the majority of the diapers are about a week ago, but I am sure she is quickly going to surpass And I'm Yeah, I'm getting quite good at it. And And I mean, no one ever told you that when you're when you're changing a little boy, Sometimes they decide that's a great opportunity to use the restroom while you are changing a diaper. So when you're remember that Rainbow P that comes out of that little looking. All right, let's get into it. Adam. Congratulations. Also on your new TV show, which airs I believe for the first time tomorrow morning news, Max. Tell me about it. I'm really excited. Thanks, Steve. You know it's at 11 o'clock on Newsmax, and you can either tune into Newsmax or you just go to the website and they've got a great app that you can watch their programming if you don't have to be to have it. Are you your cord cutter and don't have cable. Save our nation. Right? Save our nation, Our nation save the nation. The whole point of the show for me is that there was something missing from a lot of the debate on Sundays. We here meet the press and all the other shows. There's not one with the center, right? Perspective, so I wanted I fill that gap, and the other thing I wanted to do is very much inspired by the work that you, Steve do and Larry Kudlow has done and it is these guys. They're happy warriors, and I think it's important. I'm getting so tired of always arguing like we're in the morally inferior position. Free market economics and conservatism is the pro person pro human being policy position. We are on the on the on the moral high ground, right? I couldn't agree more. And you know, I think this is so important because I do watch a lot of those Sunday new show, So they're all the same. They all petal kind of left wing nonsense. They are fake news and a lot of cases, not all of them, but many of them are and they don't support the free enterprise system. As you do so well at Freedomworks and s. So tell me about who you have. I know you have Steve War on this week cause I mean, taking yesterday that makes a lot of it to be I'm honored to be on that panel. But tell me who's your Who's your newsmaker of the week? Well, thank you decided to go with Cynthia Lummis, the newest senator from Wyoming. And part of our goal is, you know a lot of these different people. You see Jim Jordan on television, but I wanted to start the highlight Some of these new folks that would bring in, uh, names you know, he was now in the second term. Chip Roy of Texas joins us. David Schweikert congressman from Arizona. You know, we also have Scott Rasmussen, the pollster who was on it. And, of course, the head of the network, and I have a conversation on our goals of the show, Chris Ruddy, but I think as time goes on, but we've got incredible people. I believe you have one coming up on your program soon. Maria Salazar, we've gotten Nancy Mace out of South Carolina. This last election actually was fantastic for our movement when it comes to adding new people to the house and the Senate who are going to be our flag bears for a long time to come, so we want to make sure we're introducing those folks to our audience. I think it's so important and you're right about Maria Salazar shall be on our show in this show in about 15 minutes, folks, so and not she's great. She's bilingual. She's Cuban. American beat up She'd be Donna Shalala. Remember that name? She was a chalet Low. Well, obviously was was the HHS secretary for Bill Clinton. And it was a great victory for freedom and free enterprise. But I wanted to ask you about What is the strategy? You're the strategist to was going to help us beat this $1.9 trillion spending bill, which I believe is the worst spending bill in the history of the United States. And I've been in this game a long time and I came to Washington 1984. And I've never seen anything like this. I think it is going to bankrupt our country. I think it's going to cause interest rates and inflation to go through the roof. If they go forward with this. I think it's going to discourage people from working. If we just give people more and more money for not working. How do we defeat this can wait. I was listening to your show earlier and you said something that was so important. We see the light at the end of the tunnel. Now is not the time to pay corrupt the country and we're paying as you continue to disincentivize work. That's what you get. You don't get work. If you incentivize work, you get employment, and And so the more we consider the just continue to shut the economy down and subsidizing states like In New York and California to not reopened..
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"scott rasmussen" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Let's go to line one on a similar issue. AKRON, Ohio Bill Welcome. Bill. Thank you, buddy. Hello? Yes, Go ahead. You've got two minutes. Go ahead. Okay. I just want to complain about the Republican Party. I don't think we need a third party. That's ridiculous. It'll split the vote, but If you've ever played competitive sports and play, somebody had to return teeth return game. And you lost because you thought you got cheated. What do you do? What's your game plan? What's the proximate cause of be losing? Election fraud. Okay, then fix it in those space, Got five out of six states. Their Republican legislators fix it. Then go pick the rhinos out of the federal government. Correct one in you. Why don't we have a game plan? It seems we're going all different because the establishment doesn't want to win build. Do you listen to this show? They don't want to win. They want to be in second place and pick up their paycheck. But to your first point, you're absolutely right when it comes to a third party. So this is freshly sent to me from that great, great organization. Just the news. John Solomon just texted me this a brand new studies so You know what would happen, according to Scott Rasmussen, and just the news poll, what would happen if the president launched a Patriot Party? According to this poll. Would beat the GOP. New patron party would get 23%.
News Talk 1130 WISN
"scott rasmussen" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"Sense. The trouble at the Capitol. Some of the public opinion polls that measure the president's approval rating have come out and they have shown Some of the worst numbers and maybe the worst numbers of Trump's presidency. Some of those polls showed his approval rating dropping into the thirties. And they support among Republicans was down to about 75%. In other words, about 10 to 20% of Republicans disapproved, in addition to the fact that virtually all the Democrats disapproved. These stories were widely reported. And this is bucked up the people who claim the trump leaves in disgrace. However. There's another Paul that goes out and daily tracks the president's popularity. And its numbers are just the opposite. You won't hear much of the mainstream media about this because again They're pushing a line and anything that gets in the way of that line. Therefore can't be shared. One of the most famous pollsters out there is Rasmussen. His numbers often are different. For many of the other mainstream polling companies, and you saw In the presidential election that once again Rasmussen's numbers were very close to dead on in the battleground states and nationally where as many of the national polls that showed Biden up by 12 14 16% were way out of whack. So don't say that Rasmus. It's Paul's are biased. Allies. The fact that every time we have an election, Rastus it seems to be very, very, very good. The most recent daily Rastus. A tracking poll shows Trump's approval rating at 51%, which is nearly his highest ever. This is the poll released the day Tuesday. January 19th. And he chose the spike upward and the president's approval rating to 51%. How can this be if some of these other polls show that the president's approval rating is plummeting? Have an answer. If you retain nothing else of today's program, retain this because it's important and you're not gonna hear it from many others. Rasmussen has a different methodology than most pollsters. Rasmussen. He's the guy who owns that his name Scott Rasmussen. He has explained this Many times. There's a couple of other pollsters Who do it the same way, And those pollsters were also the ones that generally showed during the last four years. Much better numbers for Trump. Most pollsters do. Polling at polling has got to be extremely difficult because most people won't answer the phone anymore. Holding is that by the phone And most people don't answer the phone if they don't know who's colleague. The pollsters have acknowledged that hardly anybody they call agrees to be pulled. So they have to make a lot more calls than they did in the past to get a sufficient number of respondents and it makes it really hard. Do the proper waiting. Waiting. The pole is the key to any Paul and all the pollsters will tell you that. For example, if you think that the population that you're serving is 43% Democrat and 38%, Republican And you just can't get enough Republicans to respond. You overweight, the responses that Republicans you get, you have to get to 43 38. In other words, you might count a Republican three different times to get the waiting correct. So what you determine the model is is going to determine your results. If you decide that. Community Euridice 43% Republican and 38% Democrat. You've gotta wait the palm or Republican. But the thing that Rasmus it does at a couple of the other pollsters do. Traditional pollsters, don't you? Is that when they make the call? They don't have a human being on the line. Most of the polling companies, they'll be somebody. I am so on so from the Gallup poll, I'm somebody from I A C or I'm somebody from This. That and the other thing. Can I ask you a few questions about the president? When you get a call from Rasmus, and you clearly get a machine. And the last thing introductory questions and then we'll say, Do you approve of the president's job performance or do strongly approve approve slightly disapprove, strongly disapprove. Push one for strongly approved. Two for approve three for disapprove for for strongly disapprove five. No opinion. Consistently. What has happened is Trump does better when all you have to do is push a button and not say the words aloud. This all makes sense. We have seen in polling even from the first time Trump Rad But there are a lot of people who will not admit that they vote for Donald Trump. It was across the board in 16. Almost all these pollsters except a couple, including Rasmussen showed Hillary killing Trump. And they were all right. The only ones that were right where those that had the automated pool where you just push the button. The conclusion is fairly obvious. Some people who support Trump are comfortable with pushing a button, but they're not going to tell it to another person. Maybe they feel it's more anonymous. Maybe they're concerned about the jet. There's nobody there to pass judgment, Adam. Maybe they think nobody will know that it's there. Who knows? But you see that consistently and now this one on the approval rating. This is dramatic. I think it's explainable. There are people getting fired right now for saying that they like Donald Trump. So in the wake of the Capitol riot, If you've got somebody call it does support Donald Trump. Clearly, some people are saying no. But if it's a machine that's telling him to punch a button. Screw all these people I'm saying yes. For Trump. This is undeniably happening. No rescue said, and a few other pollsters strongly argue Pushing the button and having the machine asked. The automated question is the best way to pull because it eliminates the bias of the pollsters voice. And it is the least intimidating way to get a response from the public. What we have seen any elections involving Trump where there was actually a vote. Those pollsters the ones with the automation, Their polls are way more accurate. I would contend that therefore their polls are likely way more accurate and Trump's approval. I don't believe The trump support among Republicans has dropped much at all. I think that people way it all it. I think most Republicans think that Trump was over the top with regard to some of his comments about the election, but they don't believe he was responsible for the riot. I think most Republicans think that there were a lot of irregularities in this election and that there may have been fraud. And therefore They're not all that bothered by Trump complaining about.
860AM The Answer
"scott rasmussen" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Is you just so enjoyable? A firm or on this Pleased to be joined by Terry Shilling. He's the executive director of the American Principles Project. The American Principles Project is launched a petition in support of Regulating Big tech. Terry. Thanks for joining us. Appreciate it. Hey, thanks for having me being always love coming on. Your reaction to Ah, well, Jack Dorsey's statements there that project Veritas was able to obtain as well as his tweets the other day talking about how it was a difficult decision to To ban trumpet was he feels like it was a failure. But it was also the right decision, and he's working with other people toe chart a course going forward. And now you heard from him in his own words. What? That forward looking course. Maybe as it pertains to more restrictions on his platform. Yeah, so I think it's the heart of where Twitter has gone wrong. And we're Silicon Valley in the big tech world have got wrong is There's been hearing anti Americanism and I don't mean that in like they don't like America. They don't you know they want America fail. What I mean is they reject the founding Principles of America in that Our founders believed in the people and they had an optimism and everyday people to be able to handle things. That's why they gave us the right to vote and the Silicon Valley text they rejected. They don't even trust us to be able to handle information. They don't want us to have right like they they want to send her if they want to shut down. You know, they think that if you listen to Donald Trump, talking about voter fraud and lack of integrity at the ballot box, you're gonna go blow up the Capitol building. That's that's actually what they're arguing now, so they have to save this man. I think that that's ultimately going to be their demise, and unfortunately, we're gonna have to rebuild everything after that, If they allow us to. I mean, there's there's real concern that the monopoly is so deep that you saw what happened with parlor parlor was the build your own. I'm solution to Twitter censorship, and they ended up shutting them down their their servers through Amazon. Well, I suppose one of the lessons from part of the two is from the parlor example is You know you shouldn't rely on your enemies to provide support for your project. And, frankly, Amazon Web services is not going to be an ally of people who believe in free speech, as imagined by the founders know that that's exactly right in The thing that's been glaringly obvious now is that we do have to rebuild everything and, you know, building a whole server platform very difficult and it takes a lot of resource is that we've been asleep at the wheel. We've been convincing ourselves that these corporations just want to make money. Well, they don't just want to make money. They have a lot more interest in controlling people that we thought the bigger problem is. The premise with respect to the standards they're being set. And this shouldn't be surprising from the social media platforms because there's the same standard that has long ago been sat on college campuses and then in corporate boardrooms, and they have much more cultural influence than does the government and the standard. Is this with respect to expression if the consumer Or the person listening is offended. It feels threatened, feels unsafe. Then you should be censored. So everything is ear or eye of the beholder. No matter how unreasonable, and so it's very simple to silence your opponents in the left fix this out a long time ago. You just characterize speeches, hate speech. You characterized the speaker as a violent extremist, and then what you're doing and censoring them isn't censoring them. You're perf riding for the public safety, And that's exactly explanation that Twitter provided in banning Trump. The thing is, we all kind of poo pooed the college stuff, you know, with them indoctrinating the kids. We said, Oh, well, they're Marxist now, and they're crazy now, But wait till we get to the real world, Which is they get, you know a real job and they have to survive there. Then they'll teach well now they've taken over the real world and they haven't changed And they're setting the standards in the values of all these companies that they're forcing on the American people, And it's really, really scary. Yeah, And here's the thing. I'm not worried about trumping silence. He's not gonna be silenced. The left really doesn't want him silenced. Thus, the impeachment unites Democrats divides Republicans. They're trying to keep him around as a as a whipping boy as long as they can. I'm worried about regular people being silenced and marginalized and pushed out of the political arena. That may be pushed out of professional callings, too, and what that portends for this country in terms of peace and pluralism, because if that's what you're doing, you're not gonna have either peace or pluralism know that. That's exactly right. And they've really is what that the heart of this country is. They wanted the power to be put in the hands of the people, and they wanted a million experiments going at once They wanted information of flow from the bottom up, not leaders telling us what to do from the top down. We need to get back to that. We need to get To the free expression of ideas and experiments. And even with this covert stuff, I mean, we've had a great silencing of alternative ideas at the same route is This belief that the people are dumb. They can't be trusted. T the cipher. Good information versus bad information. Um and we just need to realize you know the elite can be just as wrong and justice that a zoo people can be so we just We just need to trust people to make the right decisions and give them as much information as possible. Here's some rather disturbing data. Scott Rasmussen polling Finds 25% of those surveyed on the question of whether or not we should divide America into Red states and blue states 25% support dividing America in tow Red states and blue states. Interestingly Regular churchgoers more likely to favor a Red American, A Blue America 40% of those who attend church more than once a week support the move. You know, I think that that's rooted in this fear. I think there's a real spear. Among the base conservative voters. They think that the Democrats are coming from in a lot of ways they have been coming for them for a while, right. When the PBS executives work came out about the re education camps, like, Well, I guess you have to have some other type of reeducation camps now that the school girl shut down, and the universities are mostly closed. I don't know. I think there's a real fear that people now want to shrink back and just protect what they have on make sure that their families are protected from any type of government overreach. I think that's the beautiful past. What you were seeing that Foley he is Terry Shilling, executive director of the American Principles Project, Terry. Thanks for joining us Appreciate it,.
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"scott rasmussen" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM
"Our number for you If you want to join us, 63283 61 60. That's 603283616 year old here tonight. It's in nobody and Angie on. Of course you could take control of the airwaves here. There's a lot in the news we could talk about here tonight. I know that nobody You wanted to discuss fool's gold? Yes, which we'll get into that. And the fool who compares going to which is interesting because I also had an anti Bitcoin article in my show prep as well, Yet another person announcing that the Bitcoin dream is dead again? Yes, once again and his diet against we could talk about that. But does that mean in three days It's gonna rise again. It seems to rise three days after death is unknown. Yeah, believe what? It it scraped 40,000 again today. Where's it out right now? Say Bitcoin praise 39,500 specially speak Not bad. Yeah, it was. It was 6000 within a year ago a year? Yeah. So, but we can talk about that later. Jeez, if only I'd put my money and you know, some theater chain or something. So the other thing that's more exciting than Bitcoin and Bitcoins been the real highlight. I think for a lot of people in 2020, but the other things more exciting is people are starting to talk about succession again. And I gotta say, I'm pretty excited about that possibility and the fact that people are even You know, discussing the idea of declaring independence? And did you say 25%? Well, now, according to this news post here, it's at a website called just the news dot com there citing Rasmussen and Yeah, just the news, Rasmus and wasn't me that crazy Russian monk. No, that was wrestling. You. Okay? So this isn't just a prophecy. So apparently they partnered up with Rasmus in just the news. I guess hired them or partnered with him in some way, uh, and a sizable percentage of US voters. So voters which is different than everyone in the U. S support a pole or rather proposal to split the country into two separate countries amid bitter political divides, according to a new just the news daily pull with Scott Rasmussen 25% of respondents back quote, splitting the Red States and blue states in two separate countries. While a solid majority 62% of them opposed such a measure. Well, I I support it as an improvement but living in the purple state. Then I would say, Well, you know, we're gonna have to secede again. Probably the purple state. Tell me why you say the purple State. Uh, because Purple is neither red nor blue. It's and it's something in between. I used to say, OK, I used to describe myself as a radical centrist back in the day, and I said radical centrist because on any given issue, I was to the left of the Democrats. Sort of the right of the Republicans. Okay, Um oh. S o. You know, it's zehme sort of thing. There's uh you know, I but you know any anything that this is? You know why Why? I was so happy about Brexit, even though it didn't increase my freedom it all It was the idea that yes, it's OK to secede. It's okay to say thanks, but no, thanks. You know, breaking up and you don't have to have a war. They and they didn't and it took four plus years, sadly for them to accomplish it politically, But it finally happened. They finally finished the Brexit thing. Now Brexit is no longer part of the European Union. And that became a thing and I think December Yeah, so here's this. Here's a further breakdown of the numbers, according to the poll, the actual question they asked was Some have suggested that the red and blue states AII the Republican leaning states and Democratic leaning states should split into separate countries. Would you favor or oppose splitting the red and blue states in two separate countries, 11% said. They strongly favor, 14% said they somewhat favors, so that's the 24 on change. Percent. Somewhat opposed, 10% said. They somewhat opposed and then 52% strongly opposed with 12% who aren't sure so to me and you know again, that's they're asking. It's an interesting question. But it's the wrong question. What we need to be focusing on his individual states. And should they have the ability to say goodbye. And would you support And would you support seeing other states leave the union? That to me is the most important thing. If another state chose to leave the union would you were, would you not? Uh, support subduing them by with violence on and and I wonder how that 52% would break down. Answer on that. I want to know. Yes, I've got an enquiring mind. Well, if you've got enough money, you can probably hire Scott Rasmussen to ask the question but nonetheless got much less money. You might be able to hire somebody else to ask the question. It's an interesting result, and it's one of two poles that I wanted to share here tonight. Here's another one. This one is an ex CEOs Ipsos poll where Republicans and Democrats. Both agree. America is falling apart. They pulled 1019 US adults in the last three days, January 11th, 12th and 13th Two parties agree that both Republicans and Democrats say America's falling apart. The question asked Tuesday Wednesday reflects the collision of crises besetting the country. Ah, backdrop of pandemic recession, decoupling of red blue America and racial injustice in the immediacy of the capital insurrection, followed by impeachment to 22% of Democrats and 19% of independents. 1/5 of each say they aren't proud to be an American. 7% of Republicans and 17% of Americans as a whole say that the bottom line something they agree on. That is Republicans. 83% say America is falling apart. Democrats 78% say America is falling apart. So this is a very, very good sign. If you cook it long enough, it'll fall right off. Oh, so I think this is very, You know, I'm optimistic about this, because if if people believe a thing Then it can become real. If they're watching the news. It's going to look like America's falling apart. And you know it is and and it should. Because the thing is like I have this guy who I talked about I I asked him about succession. He was calling in about trying to get all of America on the same page again. It's like, Well, not everybody is gonna agree with you. So tell Riddle me this Would you be willing to be ruled half the time? By Democrats, and he was like, Well, no It was like, Well, then you really are to think of secession because they're not willing to be ruled all the time by you. Yeah, it is something that people need to start thinking about. And if if folks are so frustrated With the divisions in this country. There's no better time than now, then start to talk about this. This is one of the reasons why I've been going to black lives matter events and I've been going to right wing protests and bringing out the secessionist flyers because everybody needs to hear about this idea. Absolutely.
Red Eye Radio
Are Democrats Finally About to Harvest the Iowa Farm Vote?
"I want to play this audio cut here from Scott Rasmussen who was on fox yesterday and talking about you know we we know that we don't have by the way we don't have any results and I mean the because of the glitch whatever it is for the state Democratic Party in Iowa so there are if you go to the different sites you'll see one point nine three percent of the vote is and but we're told that those aren't verified so right but there's been a major glitch whether it's the app whether it's inconsistencies in the reporting whatever the cause is we may not know the winner of Iowa we don't know maybe later first it was they said sometime this morning then sometime tomorrow so who knows so we can still do a preview how to analyze it when we get the results and Scott Rasmussen was talking about the fact that that not you know because there was a caucuses for the Republicans from one ninety seven point one percent of the vote but he said looking at the Republican vote is in is an indicator that the trump campaign we'll be looking at and he'll be looking at here's why there's two hundred and six perfect counties in the country they voted twice for Obama and then for trump right thirty one of them around Iowa and they're all in the eastern part of the state these are people who were looking for change when they voted for Barack Obama they didn't like the change at the end of the day in in the significance of that all across the country these voters account for only five percent of the votes that were cast but they accounted for fifty one percent of the net popular vote games that Donald Trump enjoyed so these people are working it's not the one fifty one forty nine for a bomb in fifty one forty nine for trump they want strongly for Obama and after eight years they said we want Donald Trump in the caucuses I'm gonna be watching to see where the democratic enthusiasm is if these pivot counties in eastern Iowa show low turn out in the in this caucus you're gonna say okay they've made their decision for twenty twenty if they surprise us if there's a huge turn out in those counties that we're gonna have to to re evaluate really interesting when you look at it you break it down to specific counties and Eric this is something that I think you want I can't remember we talked about this on the off the year because we're always talking but you know we had talked about where trump strength is and you would said and I agree with you on this the one great unknown is when you look for example at Iowa and you look at a lot of these counties in the eastern part of Iowa a lot of them farmers you had said that even though it's a small percentage of the population out there it's a critical population a significant amount of people that voted for trump in in twenty sixteen how does the terrorists affect them right because they're still hurting right now yes they might have gotten some money but right you know there's a lot of farmers out there thirteen and one of the things you when I always said the trump should not have done is is say that there's no harm that the farmers will be fine because they're getting the subsidies you know from the federal government will the subsidies number one the tax subsidies didn't cover all of their losses and the farmer said straight out it doesn't matter what you give us the subsidies your store in our supply chain to took us decades to get to right we want we want the supply routes of the trade routes reestablished and that's something that the that you know and a couple of governors from farm states of actually said that they said it last year I haven't heard anybody say it so far this year we have not I would have to go back and look though I mean I have those maybe log into the des Moines register or something and and maybe there's more local coverage on something like that but the point being that the this unknown has been there and I've I've said that that part of the concern that they would happen remember when you when your farm state you know like an oil state in the industry there is this residual effect there are a number of restaurants and and and the service industry and everything else stems from that that core industry in farm states it's the same so by the manufacturers of the equipment the dealerships that sell the equipment and of course everything it takes to support that industry in that state and that support of role they're all affected by the farmers are herding they're hurting too so they have to be able to trust that the president if they're going to support him I'm the one concern is that he's never going to run for office again if he when he wins in November you know it's his second term and or or maybe a third or fourth term maybe after his third or fourth term but he won't run for office again so if he was willing to do this you know now when you got the trying to deal done you know the beginning of twenty twenty because a reelection is he willing to go back and then slapped terrace on trade partners again and and can we trust that he won't do that again and as we said initially when you put the terror sunny talk about how great the terrorists are we said you shouldn't say that because people are hurting those people are hurting are gonna be pleased before that he did mellow after a while and say look I know the farmers are having problems but I'm amazed that they're still sticking by me because they understand the point he was explaining that we're doing this because it will make it better down the road for everybody what's that message well received and was there damage done by his initial statements that the terrorists were gonna cause no harm whatsoever when obviously they were the farmers and we said he should have been explaining that that way and said later on he mellowed that message right and and so what takes effect add that to what you just said to farmers believe are they worried that if he is reelected and is at that point then I'm you know a a that does have to be re elected again right doesn't have never has to run for office again well he will he start throwing the terrified again and will that hurt of food production or being able to sell worldwide food or the significant amount that they were selling to China will that permanently damage okay nothing is permanent well that temporarily for a long time they believe damage their supply chains and so they would consider a Democrat a specially if these are people that voted for as rash prison was same Obama twice and said we've had enough and then by wide margins in twenty sixteen voted for trump we don't we don't know we will see but that is the one great unknown that you were brought up a couple of weeks ago yeah well and and I think we looked at it during the terror of to during the terrify war to another factor here is that China is looking at growing there all agriculture based themselves took you to to help hedge against any future terror of wars or anything else plus the massive population your they're looking at that they're looking at some of the meatless I'm burger type proteins and everything else they're looking into anything and everything they can that is more sustainable that they don't have to rely on trade to get now it's going to be a blue it's going to be a long while before they are able to do that and they also need our energy they need American oil so that you know that works to keep them in line so if you're if you're a farming state and your voter and you're considering the two ideas right terrorists verses the Democrats and high taxes well with terrorists your business goes away and you can only get a government handout for so long what high taxes you work a little bit harder to pay those taxes you look for tax cuts tax breaks but at least the businesses there the one thing that a that the Democrats I think where they kill themselves on on issues especially with farmers is some of the regulatory stuff that came across like during the Obama years the EPA rules that were just wreaking havoc on form states so they also don't want that type of activity or that type of policy being put it brie implement it because it would under any of them whether it's Biden or Bernie or any of them they would immediately move through the E. P. H. R. to re implement those policies those regulations which were killers so they have to be able to trust trump one of the things as you know he's moved on after all he's he wants to increase seven all spending so there's part of it there's you know that gives you some of the farming community but you've got to really work to us re establish that trust I think he has a much better shot than any of them on the