23 Burst results for "monmouth poll"

"monmouth poll" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

06:27 min | 2 months ago

"monmouth poll" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"On Bill O'Reilly dot com. Okay. So the media last night, Ah was largely boring. Um, they didn't have much to say they didn't look happy being there for much of the evening and looked like Donald Trump was goingto win. So the network news was absolutely apocalyptic about that early, but they couldn't show it. You know is like a little kid who wants to scream and yell but knows Ah, here she is going to get into troubles will hold it in. Now I'm gonna throw you three sound bites at you Just I know you didn't see this most of this, but just to tell you that the media has killed itself. One of the legacies of President Trump is going to be he destroyed the media. But they committed suicide alongside of the murder. Does that make sense to you? It was it was a convergence of the first sound Byte is from James Carvell. He is going to get defeated. Soundly is going to be a good It's gonna be good for the United States Tonight. People had been tired of this guy since the night he was elected. Only people fear him. But he's bedwetting. Democrats were going tto win. Get over. It's going to be a good night. Okay, so he's going to be defeated soundly. That did not happen, but it is a matter Your pundit. You can say whatever you want, They don't hold you accountable. Um, on DH. Carville said that the election was going to be called a 10 P.m.. I was up to 3 30. So anyway, Sound bite. Number two is Nicole Wallace, who used to be a Republican go Florida and it is a state that has been increasingly difficult for Democrats to win in statewide, so I think the bike I can. You can feel the hopes and the dreams of our viewers falling down in here. Liquor cabinets opening all across this great land. But Florida wasn't a state that the Biden campaign was counting on. Florida was not a state essential to a Biden went They weren't counting on it, but they spent $80 million in TV ads in Florida. 80 million. But it's nice of miss walls to acknowledge that her viewers aren't people seeking information from her. They just hate Trump. Interesting. All right. So Van Jones on CNN will cap it off with him Go. I think for people who saw babies being snatched away from their mothers at the border. People are sending their kids into schools where the N word is now being used against them. People have seen this wave of intolerance. They want a moral victory tonight. We wanted to see a repudiation. Of this direction for the country. And the fact that it's this close. I think Isa Heart is a heart. It just hurts. Yeah. Okay. Kids going to school where they're confronted by the end word I'd like to know what school that is. I don't believe That's happening in an organized way. It might be some kid on a playground. Of course, but no, no, This is systemic. Yeah. What's going on. Okay, so the media's through If Donald Trump loses the Trump show packs up and leaves on DH television news collapses, you will see We have this sound bite right here of me. Just saying that you will see To the New York Times They're gonna collapse as well. In Georgia. They had their needle, um, giving a Biden of 64% chance. Tto win, of course, by Not gonna win Georgia North Carolina 86% chance that Trump would win on The New York Times Needle That was in the afternoon. But of course, it was very, very close. And then the Florida Needle from the New York Times head, um Trump Not doing well. And then suddenly doing well, OK, very good Polls that totally, uh and we're going to do this tomorrow because I want someone to sue the polling agencies, please. All right, somebody who's a group or a pack or something. So here the worst poles Economist magazine. YouGov CNBC Change research When it be our college Quinnipiac, I love you. In Connecticut. Beautiful campus. Nice school get out of the polling business. All right. You don't know what you do. Monmouth Poll. New Jersey Same thing. NBC News Wall Street Journal Poll. Survey. Yusa Pole Fox News poll, Please Place. All right, economists. You've got Reuters. If so, it's please. You guys don't belong. He never right ever. USA Today. Suffolk, CNN, All those Poles horrific, Lee wrong, not just a little wrong. Terrific ly wrong. Rasmussen was pretty close. Safaga pretty close. All right. Not didn't tell it, Father, I think had trump winning in Michigan is still my win. Michigan Trump. I mean impossible. Back with think so. Not the way the game is played up there. All right. And again, I'm going to pick on my old pal Larry Saboteur who I made put him on the factor, and now he's everywhere. He's on CNN, MSNBC fox. Well, he had Biden getting 321 electoral votes trump getting to 17 not even close. And this comes on the heels of last time when he had Hillary Clinton at 3 22. This is a prediction Trump to 16. All right. So, Larry, look, get out, Retire or just teach. Just teach political science Get just get out. Alright. The University of Virginia is a prestigious university. You run their politics outfit as embarrassing. Embarrass. You don't know what you're doing..

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"monmouth poll" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

01:42 min | 2 months ago

"monmouth poll" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"A Monmouth poll shows by ahead by 4 to 6 points Bike was in South Florida. Campaigns in Tampa had about an hour and a half. CBS's Natalie brand over 500 Children are still not back with their parents. The Biden campaign is stepping up its outreach to Latino voters with this ad about the hundreds of immigrant Children separated from their parents at the border, fighting his pledge to sign an executive order forming a task. Forced to reunite families if he wins the White House doctor, Anthony found. She says clinical trials for a covert 19 back senior going well, and he thinks the first doses could be ready in late December or early January found, she says the brush doesn't mean the vaccine would be ineffective. The timeframe is truncated. By the fact that investments were made financially in the development of the production of doses so that they would be ready at exactly the same time. Europe has reported its highest ever weekly covert 19 case numbers and one leader is warning of a difficult winter ahead. CBS's Roxana Saberi says. Business owners are unhappy about new restrictions in Germany, Chancellor Angela Merkel says Government will compensate certain affected businesses for up to 75% of their losses. But the German Hotel and Restaurant Association called the latest restrictions bitter, They say desperation is growing. There have also been protests in Germany by people who claim the restrictions are unwarranted. Hurricane Zeta is blaming is being blamed for six deaths in the South. Survivors were telling their stories. House is flooding. The water was coming in really fast, and we didn't know what to do. We are just gather around and prayed and hoped everything was okay there in Biloxi, Mississippi and Louisiana were both hit particularly.

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"monmouth poll" Discussed on Talk Radio WPHT 1210

Talk Radio WPHT 1210

01:32 min | 2 months ago

"monmouth poll" Discussed on Talk Radio WPHT 1210

"I'm Peter King in Orlando, Florida has 29 electoral votes up for grabs, and both Joe Biden and Donald Trump of coming here to get them. Mr. Trump has just wrapped up a rally in Tampa doing incredibly in Florida were doing incredibly all over. And this isn't based on poses is based. On fact, Monmouth Poll shows him trailing here by 4 to 6 points. A Quinnipiac poll shows the vote too close to call either way, says University of Virginia politics professor Larry Sabotage. Oh, Donald Trump absolutely needs Florida TTO win, You can construct a map without Florida, but it's not realistic. Campaigning in South Florida, Joe Biden has continued his assault on the president's Corona virus. Response people out there. Out of work on the edge can see the light at the end of the tunnel. Donald Trump has given up that hits home for Kristina Hunt of Milford, Ohio. Her mother in law died from covert 19 and she says, people just are taking the pandemic seriously enough, and they go around and saying It's less than 1%. When that less than 1% as your mother. It opens your eyes. This isn't a percentage that somebody's family member as tropical Storm Zeta pushes through North Carolina and Virginia is left more than 2.5 million customers without power. Along with a long trail of damage of the deep South devotee W. Els. Dave Cohen is in New Orleans is intense Winds brought down some massive trees, some that are hundreds of years old. Falling on cars, homes and businesses. Anything that fell on anything could be fixed. But thank God everybody's okay. Some people trying to look at the bright side, others in awe.

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"monmouth poll" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

07:33 min | 4 months ago

"monmouth poll" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"What we've seen from a lot of other polling is that Trump doesn't have as big of an advantage in that area this time around, because he's more of a known quantity now in the White House, but In this poll they break for Trump for the 1 97% of Trump. Voters are locked in. Voted for him, no matter what 94% of Biden voters are locked in voting for him, no matter what. So for the most part, both candidates, if if they've got a supporter who's going to the polls to vote for them? That supporters probably not going to change their minds now. One other aspect of both poles If you took a look at the Monmouth Poll, and FAA, you pole that was interesting was how people are going to vote here in the state of Florida. Hands and I kind of put both of them together. Combined. The numbers about 41% plan on voting by males. Almost half of the people in Florida 28% are going to vote early in person and 29% of going vote in person on Election day. They could obviously change but definitely a bit of a different dynamic this time around when it comes to voting here in the state of Florida, taking a look at some of the other swing states to get a better picture of where the race stands. Is really for key swing states, and you've got Florida, Arizona, North Carolina and Wisconsin fitting into that category. I told you about Florida and how tight the race is. It's a toss up here in Arizona, Biden has a 5% point lead, and that lead has grown since July doesn't mean it's out of reach for President Trump. But certainly Arizona has been trending Mohr towards show Biden, now in North Carolina. It's closer there than it is here in Florida. I mean, it is literally just basically a tie. I mean, it's Biden by less than a percentage point, and North Carolina has tightened up a lot since August. That's also important because you've got a key Senate race there, too. So how the presidential race goes, that could impact the Senate race and control of the Senate. Every seat's gonna count for both parties. In Wisconsin. Biden's up right now, 6.5% is lead has grown in September. Still a state that's not out of reach for the president. But he's got some work to do there and I took a look at a bunch of other states that Not quite the toss ups that I was just talking about those four key states. But these air states that matter because, depending on where the pollings at The campaigns. We're gonna have to spend money there. So it's all about resource allocation at this point, and that's why these numbers matter and look, that's why these Poles matter if you're rolling your eyes listening to these poles, thinking all Poles are fake news. Well, they're not fake news to either campaign. Because I can assure you the Biden campaign in the Trump campaign of paying very close attention to every one of these polls. The averages the details, all of it because they have to look at that and make decisions on where they campaign where they spend money. What parts of their operation need to be enhanced. Taking a look at some of these other states more on the periphery, but still that you know, these states could go either way. Michigan Biden's up between 4 to 7% points somewhere in there still pretty close Pennsylvania Biden's up between 4 to 5%. Pennsylvania has trended Ah, a little Closer to really swing state, like where you put it in the category of North Carolina and Florida, more so than some of the other ones. I'm about to mention Nevada Biden plus six that one's going to be tough for Trump to win Minnesota. There've been a lot of talk about Minnesota potentially going for Trump that being a state where he could play. I'm not seeing it. Biden up 7.5% points. It's never really been all that close. There are a few poles here in their sporadic poles that showed it a little bit tighter. Texas Trump up three. I just I think That's a tough one. If you're buying, I don't I don't know that Texas if Texas flips and goes blue It's going to be a landslide. George as Trump up 1.5. I'm just Texas and Georgia. I'm still keeping in the red column in the Trump column, even if the numbers are saying that it's a little bit closer. Certainly the president's gotta pay attention to those states, which takes resources away from some other states. You can't just You know, Expect to win when things look that tight, But I think it's an uphill climb for Biden Toe overtake him in those two states, Ohio right now, the polling shows it has a tie there. I would still give the president the edge in Ohio. Also, Iowa has trump up to I would give him the edge there as well. But that's why those four states matter. Just like you know, Michigan, Pennsylvania. Those states matter to Minnesota, potentially, although I think I don't think that one's going to be one where both campaigns are going to focus a lot of attention on because I think Biden's got a pretty good lead there. But these states, it's it's where do you spend your money? How much money you're the Trump campaign? Do you spend defending Texas, Georgia, Ohio, Iowa, as opposed to going on the offensive when it comes to some of the other states like a Florida or Arizona defending Michigan, Pennsylvania, Wisconsin. What could change the race going forward because again, this has been a pretty steady race for the most part nationally and in a lot of states but of the tightening here in Florida, but of a tightening in North Carolina, But most other states it's been pretty consistent the pandemic. Is there resurgence of virus or does the trend keep improving if the train keeps improving? That's good news for the president. If there's a resurgence, especially after some of what we're seeing with the indoor rallies, and some of that those images are going to come back to haunt the president. So that's going to be key. What happens with the Corona virus could go either way. The Third quarter economic news. It's going to be rebounding off a historically bad second quarter, so the numbers are gonna look, you know, incredible. We'll see if they meet expectations or perhaps exceed them the debates. I think the first two will be key. The first one's going to be huge, and then the second one is going to be a big deal to because somebody is going Come out on top in the first one, and whoever doesn't do as well they're going to be geared up for the second debate by the third debate. I think most people will have made up their mind or or perhaps a lot of people will voted by them because it comes so late social unrest What happens with that? Uh, are there any Usually we would call them October surprises. But you might see some surprises Come September because early voting and mail in voting in all of that. I want to make you wait until the last minute to drop a surprise if you're either side and in money. Bloomberg's millions. How much does that make a difference in Florida? Does he spend millions in other places? I think he will. I think that 100 million of Florida's just the tip of the iceberg. Does the president spend his own money? We know that there's been some financial mismanagement within the campaign early on, will that come back to hurt them? Will that cause the president to have to spend some of his own money to make up some ground in some of these states, So all of those things could potentially alter the race. And if it's a close one, any little thing you know this is going to be one on the margins..

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Biden leads Sanders in new Michigan poll

Vickie Allen and Levon Putney

00:37 sec | 11 months ago

Biden leads Sanders in new Michigan poll

"Sort of a mini super Tuesday tomorrow with six states holding democratic primaries in a caucus mixed in and for the candidates trying to get the nomination three hundred and fifty two democratic delegates are up for grabs a day before this very important Michigan primary new polls here show Joe Biden with big leads over Bernie Sanders a Monmouth poll gives piden a fifteen point lead fifty one to thirty six percent of Detroit Free Press poll has Biden twenty four points ahead of course four years ago the polls had Hillary Clinton on top just before the primary here albeit by much smaller margins but Bernie Sanders

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Biden Has Wide Lead in S.C. Poll Two Days Before Primary

Ben Shapiro

05:26 min | 11 months ago

Biden Has Wide Lead in S.C. Poll Two Days Before Primary

"We are quickly approaching super Tuesday that happens next Tuesday and Saturday with South Carolina well South Carolina matters more in super Tuesday because its first and then super Tuesday so South Carolina brand new poll out last couple hours of biting blowing out Bernie Sanders blowing them out according to the Monmouth poll released two days before that first in the south primary Biden is now beating Sanders thirty six to sixteen Tom sire is third with fifteen percent he's the only other candidate in double digits or even approaching that critical fifteen percent threshold earned statewide delegates by the way there's so many delegates in South Carolina there Biden really does blow out Bernie he could finish that day with more delegates already then Bernie a resounding victory going to political in South Carolina will get by and much needed momentum going into super Tuesday after his abysmal showings in Iowa New Hampshire and is distant second place finish in about up my knees being propelled in South Carolina by black voters who may come up in June a majority share majority of the state's democratic primary electorate he's the first choice of forty five percent of black voters which is much more than back inspire seventeen or Sanders thirteen amazing this tire is running ahead of Sanders among black voters that could also bode well for Biden in Alabama and North Carolina on March third Mississippi March tenth Georgia March twenty fourth this was entirely before biting earned the endorsement house majority whip Jim Clyburn who's a very seminal figure in South Carolina right so this could be like a twenty five point walk over for for biting and if that happens this momentum changes going to happen it is going to happen instead is gonna have an issue by leads almost across the board is the top candidate among voters younger than fifty he Lee Sanders thirty one eighteen stars it sixteen among voters described as liberal binds at thirty three compared to twenty four for Sanders so that is bad news for Bernie Sanders meanwhile is becoming clear to pretty much everyone and the only threat to Bernie is biting at Bloomberg has collapsed in on themselves according to crystallize and Harry Enten writing for CNN on the eve of the South Carolina primary the fourth vote of the twenty twenty democratic presidential race dynamic of the contest is now crystal clear there's Bernie and they're all the other candidates competing to be the alternative Sanders is wins in New Hampshire Nevada coupled with his near victory in Iowa have showcase not only the durability of his core support but also his ability to grow his backing in key democratic constituencies Sanders won fifty three percent of the Hispanic vote in Nevada he's not surprisingly competitive with VP Joe Biden in South Carolina this must been written before these polls is supposedly also competitive in Texas but that obviously falls away as soon as Biden when South Carolina if I'd won by a large margin I have a case to make that he is the center's alternative given his support in the black community former south bend Indiana mayor people judge has made most pointed argument against Sanders suggesting that it'll hurt people down ballot Bloomberg has been less effective but he's been spending millions of dollars against Sanders and Elizabeth Warren has been attacking Bloomberg but right now Biden has been making Sirius moves serious moves back in two thousand eight they point out Bronco Bama got a ten point bounce in national polls after winning in South Carolina ten point and if they finish here's a here's the real key if the two of them Sanders and and by name if the two of them finished neck and neck after super Tuesday when they're about a thousand delegates up for K. up for grabs then the push is going to begin providing in a very real way you can see from Nancy Pelosi so Nancy Pelosi is basically she she came out yesterday she said all well Bernie the nominee will support him of course efficient but she was asked if Bernie is the delegate leader in the clubhouse Hey Bernie is the guy at the convention with most delegates not a majority the most delegates will the Democrats nominate the delegate leader and Nancy Pelosi refuses to say every Democrat right now is basically banking on the idea the burning will not reach a majority which is a very high probability right now according to five thirty eight I'm going to five thirty eight that is the highest probability is no majority of delegates to any candidate as of the convention Democrats are basically hoping to intervene and stop Bernie at the convention even if he has a plurality of delegates here's policy basically letting the cat out of the bag the rules are very clear of the person who will be nominated for president will be the person who had the majority of the vote amber delegates supported the leader pledged delegates that the person you know what you want that's not that's not the issue the person who will be nominated to be the person who has a majority plus one that may happen before they even get to the convention but we'll see the people will speak and that's what we're listening to and it's a pretty exciting thing but that's not what this meeting is about I love that the people speak and we're not gonna what what was that well maybe we won't maybe we won't and then she's out of the Bernie Sanders's agendas mainstreaming Nancy plus he's not willing to go there either I mean it's pretty obvious that you would like by to be the nominee as what everybody who is who is sort of in the leadership of the Democratic Party at this point it's your job to put forth an agenda that's mainstream and I think I heard you say and non menacing tension your yeah we when the house I'm talking about the house of representatives do you believe senator Sanders agenda is main street S. energy healthcare is the most important issue in the campaign when we when we put everything on the table have a discussion and see where we go from here but it's not about causing any division as we go forth unity unity unity

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Buttigieg, Sanders top field with 100% of Iowa precincts reporting

Ben Shapiro

00:31 sec | 1 year ago

Buttigieg, Sanders top field with 100% of Iowa precincts reporting

"Finally the Iowa Democratic Party says the results are in from Tuesday's caucuses former self been mayor Pete Buttigieg John top with twenty six point two percent senator Bernie Sanders right behind it twenty six point one percent but a judge and Sanders have declared victory they and everyone else seemed to be moving on internal hyper focus on New Hampshire the primaries here are just five days away according to a brand new Monmouth poll Sanders he's leading in the granite state with twenty four percent fox's Ellison barber in Nashua New

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"monmouth poll" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

03:28 min | 1 year ago

"monmouth poll" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"Monday the first voting starts Monday with the Iowa caucuses then then Tuesday after that the February the eleventh will be the first primary which is in New Hampshire and South Carolina then super Tuesday and we're definitely off to the races and Nevada is in there as well so when I went the latest Monmouth poll and there are a bunch of new pulls out all kind of pointed towards Iowa and none of them agree so the Monmouth poll of for the Democrats in Iowa right now Hannah's Joe Biden in the lead and I know you're groaning Joe Biden is in the lead twenty three but basically is tied with Bernie Sanders buying twenty three Sanders twenty one just sixteen those the top three then Elizabeth Warren at fifteen Amy Klobuchar doing well in Iowa with ten so in that Monmouth poll bite is in the lead but basically tied with Bernie Sanders now the Iowa State University poll has Bernie Sanders in the lead S. Sanders at twenty four Elizabeth Warren is second in nineteen and then people judge was seventeen and the Joe Biden with fifteen and then a B. cloak club which are with eleven so a lot of disagreement between these polls other than the fact that Amy club which are senator Klobuchar is about ten percent involve P. bridges is about sixteen seventeen percent in ball our lives with Warren fifteen and one nineteen in the other so Bernie Sanders in the Monmouth poll the twenty one the Iowa state at twenty four and Joe by go from twenty three down to fifteen so I guess from that we take the fact that Tom is anybody's race in Iowa which is important for fundraising momentum bragging rights and all that who will win the caucuses in Iowa and it's not winner take all all right and so that didn't get the Florida the latest polling in Florida among the Democrats don't ask me why but it is it's Joe Biden state in Florida according to the Saint Pete polls Biden I mean it might be a biting Paul I don't know we're a corny this poll in Florida Biden have forty one percent support Bernie Sanders doesn't register hardly nine percent Elizabeth Warren seven percent second in Florida is Michael Bloomberg with seventeen percent Biden forty one Bloomberg seventeen nationally according to the economist in you go pull it's a three person race buying twenty six ten or twenty four lives with Warren seventeen throw a blanket over all three of those is that close latest from approval rating from Reuters an Ipsos he is pay down he is his ceiling is forty one and he's still at forty one percent with Reuters economist has them a little bit higher and forty four and I think that's you know that's about right according to the average of all the polls trump's approval is about forty three forty four sent take a break we'll come back we billed.

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'Be prepared for anything': Klobuchar surge could turn Iowa caucuses into 5-way race, Monmouth poll finds

Rush Limbaugh

00:27 sec | 1 year ago

'Be prepared for anything': Klobuchar surge could turn Iowa caucuses into 5-way race, Monmouth poll finds

"Which Democrat will come out on top at the Iowa caucuses really is anyone's race the latest poll of potential Iowa caucus goers find about half of them open to change their minds about who they will support Patrick Murray as the director of the Monmouth university polling institute forty seven percent say that there are certain of where they're going to go on caucus night we have forty five percent say that they are open to changing their mind when they get into that room that's a

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National poll: Biden, Warren and Sanders locked together at top of primary

Election Ride Home

02:25 min | 1 year ago

National poll: Biden, Warren and Sanders locked together at top of primary

"A monmouth university national poll came out right before I recorded courted. This and it does not move the needle for any candidates trying to get into the November or December. DNC debates at the same time it does offer some support for the ongoing in media narrative of a three way race at the top as always margin of error. I was plus or minus five point three percent which is a little high because the overall sample size is a little low anyway. MONMOUTH is a well. Regarded pollster so here. We go reading from a summary of the poll in politico by Zach montemurro quote. The Democratic primary has no clear leader. A new national poll conducted by Monmouth University shows with former vice president. Joe Biden and Senators was with Warren and and Bernie Sanders locked in a tight race in the poll a full two-thirds of voters back one of the top three candidates Biden and Warren or each at twenty three percent support while Sanders is at twenty percent. No other candidate is in double digits. A clear dividing line between the top three candidates and the rest to the field South Bend Indiana Mayor P Buddha judge sits at nine percent senator. Kamala Harris has five percent and Senator Cory Booker and Andrew. Yang are at three percent each all. The other candidates are below that mark and quote all right. So there's that but the other key item from this poll has to do with electability has time marches ever closer to actual voting voters are taking a closer look at the candidates and trying to sort out whether they feel these people could win in general election weeding once more from politico quote Warren and Sanders. Were both able to close and electability gap in the minds of voters between themselves and Biden Democratic voters were asked to rate on a scale of one to ten A.. Candidates likelihood of defeating president. Donald Trump Biden's average score was seven point three while Warren's was seven point one and Sanders was seven point O. Biden's average score slightly decreased since a monmouth poll. We'll ask that question in June while both Warren and Sanders is score increased and quote so we have three candidates with pretty similar polling being very similar numbers and eighty nine days until the Iowa Caucus. So I'm beginning to think that a three way split coming out of Iowa is a pretty. Are you strong bet this

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Warren continues to climb, Gabbard qualifies for October Democratic debate

WBZ Afternoon News

00:25 sec | 1 year ago

Warren continues to climb, Gabbard qualifies for October Democratic debate

"Senator and democratic presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren is now leading the pack into early voting states a Monmouth university poll of likely New Hampshire voters shows her with a slight lead over former vice president Joe Biden also leave the latest Iowa poll released over the weekend or months editor Bernie Sanders comes in third in the Monmouth poll followed by south bend Indiana mayor people to judge why congressman Tulsi Gabbard earns two percent support meaning he's the twelfth candidate to qualify for next

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"monmouth poll" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:10 min | 1 year ago

"monmouth poll" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"It's important to know that you're not just looking at the methodology of the Monmouth poll that showed Sanders and Warren leading and Biden with you know with with twenty inviting you know with nineteen so in third place right right and of course before we look before we make a decision as to what that poll actually means are we look at the methodology right they only use two hundred ninety eight registered voters yeah I would agree yeah only small sample when you look at the whole the political pull that was used fight a huge sample of five thousand registered voters and that's the one we're Biden still holds a lead which is above thirty percent at at at thirty three so it's important to note that the the plus or minus forty Monmouth pulls huge I mean almost plus or minus six percent yeah it's huge yeah and the politico morning console poll they do this every week they run it pretty much every week and then posted every Monday that's that's it's a massive sampling it's it's massive five thousand that's that's pretty huge so our look I eat if you were to take all the polls Biden still probably is I'm going to guess you know probably twenty eight to thirty if you're looking at probably still has a a lead over the rest of the the the people you can't take a look at one pole you have to look at the methodology behind and you have to say okay you know what's the methodology behind it what's the sample behind it is it registered voters is a likely voters is at all voters and a few of these polls that have come out again we have said well they look pretty skewed to us right not not ill get going not the bite may not be in trouble because I believe that the more he speaks the more he is in the public he is in trouble not only have we said that for months.

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"monmouth poll" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"monmouth poll" Discussed on KGO 810

"Democratic contenders well that second pole fits in with all the other polls that are out there right the first one's an outline right yeah however every time I walked into the newsroom and I'm watching one of the all news channels who I will not mention they are using the Monmouth university they are right conflict anger and yeah and excitement I mean there's nothing there's nothing there it's a non story and then I can still lead solo he's tied if you combine the two communists numbers together news organizations no longer exists to inform the public they exist to make money and I are doing what is in the best interest of facts right because I was the news okay and it's always been a low well it's not always been true and there was a little true right now it's completely true right yeah I forget what you thought of news channels there in their news came after the Monmouth poll okay not dividing campaign immediately immediately discounted it saying it's got to smaller sample size to be valid only three hundred people were involved in that poll okay and they're saying the error rates almost seven percent I heard of one person it's involved in polling on one of the cable news channels yesterday say when you end up with a number that's way different than all the other polls you're not necessarily excited about it all know all you know old boy all three hundreds of pretty small sample size Brazilians spread Brazil's president double a star now says that Brazil will only accept an offer of international aid to fight Amazon fires if French leader micron retracts comments that.

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"monmouth poll" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

10:53 min | 1 year ago

"monmouth poll" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Racist tweets would you have to send out before you consider yourself a racist never thought I'd start a a show asking that question all my goodness what a train wreck I don't think the Joe Walsh for president campaign is off to a good start whole Lee cabooses got a lot to cover today Erika spent a lot of time on it but as I found out yesterday a lot of people wanted to talk about Joe Walsh the radio host out of Chicago well I think former radio host I believe is kind of transitioning out of that process and turning into a guy who wants to primary Donald Trump he wants to primary president trump only because he wants to hurt the trump presidency any figures all I can siphon off enough votes during the early going maybe trump will lose too I don't know who it is at this point I mean a new poll the Monmouth poll showing Joe Biden's front runner status diminishing considerably Pocahontas and Bernie socialist are now competing for the race's top spot think about that for just a moment let that sink in I can I I I'm I'm in this frame of mind where I keep thinking about waking up and hearing that Elizabeth Warren has been elected president of the United States you know there's there's a practical part of this you know what I mean where you've got to think about the country what the country is light under a president Bernie Sanders for president Elizabeth Warren it kind of brings you to your needs doesn't if it's not bind button is the most conventional Democrat they have he's taken a turn left it's hurting him it's hurting him and that is I mean David Marcus over the federalist does some analysis not only has Biden apologized for half the things he achieved his decades long career he's in braced ideas that nineteen nineties Joe Biden or even two thousand and eight Barack Obama would have derided as absurd I mean one of the Democrat police lineups is David Marcus puts it all the candidates were asked if they support government provided cost free health care for illegal all the candidates rush to raise their hands except Biden who bent his elbow half raised his hand and put a fatal up just say yes but show it Biden is if he falls back into the the far left world view he has died and then you're left with gas Elizabeth Warren show the Joe Walsh's of the world maybe the mark Sanford's I don't know I I understand that congressman Sanford who I know a little bit from my days in South Carolina and I've shared this with you before I like the guy he's a he's an eccentric guy he made a terrible mistake in his personal life that he seemed to break stressed profound regret about while he was governor even reached out and called a lot of media folks like me to personally apologize and I'll never forget that I thought that was it a class the class move and it it you know we are a country that believes in redemption we are a people who believe in second chances in forgiveness we got a second chance to begin a congressman they became anti trump any got voted out of office these guys keep losing with their anti troll delivery and it's like they don't see Joe Walsh who lost his radio show as you said last night any image as he's losing his radio show that ninety percent of his audience disagrees with him well I'm sorry if I just let's just look good business sense if I'm a firefighter and a ninety percent of my I don't know my constituency or my colleagues are my infrastructure hated the way I did my job I would be a firefighter any longer I was an insurance salesman and ninety percent of my customers disagreed with really hated me I would be a very good insurance salesman if your radio host in ninety percent of your audience who has been with you over the years is saying stop it you're wrong we got a support this guy the world is against truck but he's fighting for America do you hear what your own audience the same I don't care he's a racist always a racist okay John Heilemann yesterday this MSNBC interview off the rails you got to hear it I want to get your reaction to it and we've had tons of calls on this over the yesterday and today feel free to join us at one eight hundred six five five Mike to get your place in line because I would love to get your reaction to this crap storm because this is I mean this is a disaster to announce you're gonna try to primary the president as a lifelong Republican as a one term congressman here's Joe Walsh with John Heilemann yesterday on MSNBC now brace yourself and I go back to my original question how many racist things would you have to say before the conclusion was racially you might be a racist here's this exchange listen to this I wouldn't call myself a racist but I would say John I've said racist things on Twitter there's no doubt about it into an apology is not enough when I said Barack Obama was a Muslim that was a horrible thing to say and I said it because I I I was so disgusted with Obama's policy toward Israel that I when the bad ugly staff this sandy hook moms I took a cheap shot against them three years ago because they were suing gun manufacturers an issue that I disagree with so I took a bad cheap shot against them I've done that but John again context I probably sent out forty thousand tweets in the last six years no excuse you and I could sit down and find two to three hundred that you'd say walls what were you thinking two to three hundred the racist tweets but I'm not a racist Houston we have a problem I don't know I I yeah I'll let you take over if you want to dive in because the truth of the matter is Joe Walsh is very productive when it comes to this despicable never truck movement let me tell you why yeah I was talking to a friend of mine about this yesterday a lot of the never trappers are bracing Joe Walsh is George Conway this vile angry hysteric who's married to Kelly Ann Conway apparently he was rejected for a job in the trump administration and never forgot it and now he hates trump and is always on Twitter and always bashing the president George Conway all I Joe Walsh one a fighter all he's a fighter he's going to really you're gonna brace Joe Walsh and back to mark Sanford Fuhrman more Sanford told a colleague of mine that he's going to decide by this weekend you know get you know mark Sanford story at a South Carolina very successful popular governor had this affair big Meryl nass big public scandal fell from grace came back ran for Congress in the first district of South Carolina he won and then of course started being up front Hey lost got defeated now all congressman Sanford is considering doing what Joe Walsh is doing and what William weld of Massachusetts is doing primary in trump challenging trump loading trump's for each shaving away votes breaking away votes the Republican president who has about a ninety percent approval rating among Republicans congressman Sanford asked to speak to me and I'm happy to talk to much spoken to on a number of occasions I guess I like the guy and I'll tell you right off the bat what I'd say to him please congressman Sanford don't do this to the country because this is bigger than just politics don't you think this is bigger than the Republican Party this is bigger than this is bigger than personalities and radio hosts and even former congressman this is the future of the country waking up to a country it is led by a socialist I mean it will be I'm not trying to be melodramatic here would you like that as well taking to the streets people the streets I know who America I've done this for forty years I listen to you daily for the better part of forty years of socialist in the White House that's terrified Bernie Sanders could very well win you think Elizabeth Warren's policies your Ford are much different than Bernie Sanders and I think it's gonna be one of the tool and mark Sanford Joe Walsh bill weld that they're threatening America they're threatening farmers are threatening the middle class they're threatening those who are enjoying a job for the first time in years the black community they spent a community the Asian community women people the work force people making more money than ever before I mean this this is insane so I would tell congressman Sanford if I do talk to what I hope by maybe I will have a chance to maybe on the air I don't know I don't know whether to talk to one error off but you don't do this to America we get you hate trump I get it I get the people don't like the guy please look at the constitution what good judges look at taxes look at the economy look at the policy achievements look at the embassy in in in Israel look at all the things that we're so proud of as conservatives and will continue to to be achieved over the next four years other trump reelection I just want to.

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"monmouth poll" Discussed on The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

02:43 min | 1 year ago

"monmouth poll" Discussed on The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

"I'm going to show you that. I got a lot of people talking because look joe biden. We've seen joe biden all year. Running in first place in the democratic race will in the monmouth poll that came out at this afternoon. Joe biden running behind bernie sanders behind elizabeth warren sitting there at nineteen percent best pull bernie sanders is basically had since is biden gotten the race great news for elizabeth warren. She's been steadily climbing in this race in obviously for biden that a big drop a big drop from what we've seen in other polls. That's a big drop from what we see in the monmouth poll before this now what in this monmouth full was fueling that drop for joe biden a couple of things first question of ideology. We've seen him struggling ling among liberal voters in the democratic race even third-place here but in this monmouth poll moderates and conservatives in the democratic party air are still moderates. There are still some conservatives serves in the democratic electric biden's been cleaning up among them in other polls in this one only twenty two percent barely ahead of bernie sanders so he was struggling there. He had some weakness. Is there also there. Was this age divide again. This is something we've seen it in poll. After poll this year you can basically divide the democratic party. Half democratic voters are over fifty half half are under fifty in the fifty and older category biden leading by double digits poll. We've seen that before but in the under fifty category biden falling all the way down to six percent. We've seen him struggling with these motors in this poll this monmouth poll today. That's as bad as it's been tied with injury the former vice president among democrats under under fifty so that's the point if you don't like joe biden that's the poll you want to be talking about right now but now in the last hour another poll has just come out morning conso also they do a weekly survey of the they've been doing this all year the morning console poll came out in the last hour and look at this. They got joe biden at thirty three percent. They also have sanders at twenty. He's twenty and both of them in warren back fifteen again morning concerts doing a weekly poll for months now. This is where it's been for awhile in the morning console thing so you got one poll. All that's got really alarming news for biden. You've got one. That kind of looks like status. Quo if your average everything together biden still in the lead in this race in the average probably in about the high twenties if you average every poll that's out there but really it got two polls today. You can pick your poll depending on the narrative you want craft by the way the poll that monmouth poll also did did make some news critically next democratic debate middle of september. You have to qualify for these ten. Candidates are on the stage the deadline to qualify wednesday. Hey at midnight one candidate. Tom steiner the billionaire. He is one poll short of the threshold. You gotta hit two percent in four different polls. If you do that that and you raise the money you can get on stage tires raised the money..

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"monmouth poll" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

12:41 min | 1 year ago

"monmouth poll" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Right I. it's important to know that you're not just looking at the methodology of the Monmouth poll that showed Sanders and Warren leading and Biden with you know with with twenty and Biden you know with nineteen so in third place right right and of course before we look before we make a decision as to what that poll actually means we look at the methodology where they only use two hundred ninety eight registered voters yeah yeah only small sample when you look at the whole the political pull that was used buy a huge sample of five thousand registered voters and that's the one we're biting still holds a lead which is above thirty percent at the end at thirty three so it's important to note that the the plus or minus forty Monmouth pulls huge I mean almost plus or minus six percent it's huge yeah and the politico morning consul poll they do this every week they run it pretty much every week and then posted every Monday that's that's it's a massive sampling it's it's massive five thousand that's that's pretty huge so our look at it if you were to take all the polls Biden still probably is I'm going to guess you know probably twenty eight to thirty if you're looking at probably still has a a lead over the rest of the the the people you can't take a look at one pole yet to look at the methodology behind and you have to say okay you know what's the methodology behind it what's the sample behind it is it registered voters is a likely voters is at all voters and a few of these polls that have come out again we have said well they look pretty skewed to us right we'll get going not the bite may not be in trouble because I believe that the more he speaks the more he is in the public he is in trouble not only have we said that for months but now people inside of his own campaign we towards the story last week or his allies are thinking look we need to keep this we need to keep his public appearances extremely limited to the smile and wave if we possibly can right going over the RCMP averages what's interesting is the economist YouGov poll which was taken in almost during the same period as the Monmouth poll eight seventeen eight twenty the mom of polls eight sixteen eight twenty and it puts Biden and let's see here the economist YouGov poll puts spite net twenty two and of course the mom of Paul we just talked about push button that nineteen when you so the account the economist YouGov poll was all citizens yes all citizens which is why I was kind of stopping laughing because that's just a public sentiment poll that's all that it if you're not doing likely voters then you're really not doing a poll at all I mean you're just doing a public sentiment how do you feel about buying no do you class do you categorize yourself as a Democrat or somebody who would vote might vote Democrat leans Democrat yeah okay great you're qualified you know because we go back to the Monmouth poll and they actually started with eight hundred adults but they wanted registered voters so only two hundred ninety eight qualified for that which means which was kind of interesting to me that out of the eight hundred adults that they got on the phone only two hundred ninety eight were registered voters that tells you then take that down to likely voters because you're going to have to show right so you you know like that a if they're gonna have to determine how often you voted right in recent elections and and so that's how you become categorized as a likely voter would then you look at that political sampling it's huge right so when you look at the economist YouGov poll when you look at the Monmouth poll those are two of the polls that really have brought biting down one though was all U. S. adults citizens which I view is almost completely useless right that's why an online poll right it almost is to me at that that's my that's that's how I give you these polls and the the monument is such a small sample of of of voters so again that's why I say bite is probably somewhere between twenty eight and thirty maybe closer to thirty but again so many the polls are likely voters that you really don't you really don't know what happened to the strategy that we heard about me so many are registered voters not likely buttons I got it Sir what happened to the strategy we heard about what a week week and a half ago that that Biden's team was going to you know thinking about keeping him out of the public eye taking him to a deserted they but we had said this we said that if you're if you're by on Biden's team you need to build a buffer between him and well everybody else you can have them give your frankly right now you can't have been talking but for him to say I'm not going crazy you don't get a who says that who have other people think that they're going crazy I'm not saying he's going crazy but he's been saying some things that don't make sense I've had the Biden Gasser legend the question is is it is it getting worse I guess and how do you we build that perception of the guy he used to be on stage where he was running circles essentially around well the Paul Ryan on the vice presidential eight years ago was just failing miserably on the debate stage against him and he was dismissive confident he seems to be on the proverbial ropes the former vice vice president now because he seems to be struggling to I think get a grasp on where we are where his party is in twenty nineteen because it really is that identity politics and he doesn't know how to play that game he knows how to be dismissed he knows how to be the elder statesman whatever that is I mean he remember why Obama picked it it was for his foreign relations experience well it's also when you have somebody like Biden and you and I talked about the day that he was going to the crowd and somebody said how many genders are there and he said three and we burst out laughing right be because you can't do that white Biden doesn't believe that right right Biden is taking some positions that I don't believe that he believes well there's that yes okay so there's that he he likely does not believe that and he's wrong three is way way way yeah well if you like yeah what exactly yeah I'm so we got it wrong what if you got it wrong and he doesn't believe that right you can say there's just three genders surged I don't you you actually get you what you need to say is numerous yes and and you can't be dismissive of a young female by saying don't mess with me kid you know during that same kind of back and forth with that the white horse last here's a question to our democratic friends is Colleen young people kids the ultimate in male patriarchy I would have to see yes it would be considered patriarch I am well think about this except for maybe my great nephew if he's around me and I give my how can say you're a great kid I don't think I ever use the term kid to anybody who was an adult or somebody who isn't for example a relative a niece or nephew it extremely young yeah I I don't use that I I use it with with the my youngest daughter I caller kiddo and and right have for years and she's in her twenties but then my at my grandkids you know but then again think about it would buy these been told you can't say yes Sir or ma'am mmhm yeah right you can't say that as a Democrat what will you can't say oh yes Sir yep or ma'am he doesn't know where to go because of that particular point you have stereo typed the gender identity of that person will look he doesn't know the difference between New Hampshire and Vermont well it's probably confuse so it's so the rest of that is never going to happen for him well but by his mind just be going in circles he probably walks up and somebody says something to me he said I don't know sure I better ask her name because if I say well yes ma'am or kid whatever I'll be criticized for that and I just I'm sorry I'm Joe Biden I can't call an individual person Ave yes you're quite if if Barack Obama ed served into the in the Senate up until recently and was just now running for president while could he win wow what a question because the answer that I will give you is I truly do not know wiry but who would have been president see the thing is we look at it based on the fact that he was president right yeah pretty run is but but who would it would have been what about an eight who would want yet but yeah who will run in two thousand Hillary would have one yeah well then again maybe well so so while right right because it was it was a it was a tight race between those two in the primary remember Warren Buffett had to give equal amounts to both candidates and a wish them both best of luck he couldn't couldn't possibly favor one over the other and I just I I do wonder though if a Barack Obama had served in the U. S. Senate up until now he was still let's say a senator and he decided to run for president could he I think he would do okay I think he would do okay but I don't know where he would be right now you just reminded me of one of there are there are some shows that we never forget and the one show that we will never ever forget had to be in the spring of two thousand eight and we simply ask the question we said just to our Democrat listeners only Hillary or a bomb or is it was it was really those two at that point and we took calls all show right the only issue that was brought up was somebody said well a bomb will get us out of the war Hillary ball we get a soda wars and hello well other than that every single call was either Hillary because we need the first woman abroad because we need the first black yes we were blown away right nothing was on the it was all the issues were nonexistent it was simply based on the identity of the person okay so then I don't believe that this actually had a bearing on on the win here but you had OP Ron Howard may have the what nine eight nine minute video never and never talk but talk about the qualifications of the individual Barack Obama but only the fact that it was time we had a black president would that be in play in twenty nineteen.

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"monmouth poll" Discussed on The View

The View

04:36 min | 1 year ago

"monmouth poll" Discussed on The View

"It was he knows he's been guilty. He knows, you know, the the thing is again, you know, if you're in that job, you must have a sense of humor, you must have you cannot be vindictive angry men, and this idea that all the media lies. You know, what I grew up with the media that got it. Right. And got it wrong. No. I, you know, I don't know any media people who walk on water now as far as I know everybody has flaws. So when you get something wrong, you're supposed to correct it as the media has to do because we have to by law said we got the toward this was not in wreck. Yeah. He needs to do that. No. He does. So for me when you're pissed at the media, and you say, all they. They do is lie. All they do is like, but when your when the words are coming out of your mouth, and you're on video, you can't call them fake news. But he doesn't people say, yes that's fake. 'cause I saw them saying it was a lot because. Again. Marshall. Every five minutes. All righty. We gotta go. We'll democratic candidates Senator Kirsten gillibrand joined the call for impeachment hearings for President Trump dish shipping. Joe Biden did enough to apologize to women. She's live on the view next. Tower. Shrine to breed deficient and Finnerty. The goal and he touches down. He puts his name on bold on every building. He does this because you want you to believe he is strong. He is not. President is a coward. That was a Senator. You know in the White House in front of his own New York real estate during her presidential campaign kickoff last month. And she's here to tell us how she plans to stand out in a very crowded field of Democrats. Welcome back. Thank you so much. So. My quest. You know, the mall report came out, you know, nothing is seems to get through to people that there might have been some really bad stuff going on. But now you have all his folksy has. Is been as to send his people to testify front. You guys you sent a subpoena and his says, I'm not sending my how does that work because I thought everybody who got us subpoena hat you go when they were requested to go there. What are you guys going to do to compel him to follow the letter of the law of the United States? How you gonna make him do that? Well, first of all the Muller reports was very damning. And there was significant Basi's in the report for obstruction of Justice. But if you ask me if President Trump takes on Nancy Pelosi over whether he's gonna respond to her subpoenas. I will put my money on Nancy Pelosi every time. Not only does he have to respond. It's part of our constitutional democracy. The executive branch is overseen oversight and accountability by the legislative branch. That's how the constitutional democracy is set up. So he must respond to a subpoena. The witnesses from his administration must respond to subpoenas and offer testimony. And if we have to sue the administration and taken to court, we will. But I believe speaker Pelosi will win. So this may just be the beginning. Yes. All right. So you formally announced your campaign over a month ago you've won twice in New York with more than four million voters. But looking at recent polling it's been a bit of a struggle just to get the support. I think that you're hoping for in Iowa you are advocating about one percent in Monmouth poll yesterday, you had your at less than one percent, people know, your name nationally, more than say mayor Pete. For example, why are you struggling to win over people nationally?.

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"monmouth poll" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:45 min | 2 years ago

"monmouth poll" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Day is kind of fast we have a number of house races nationwide considered tossups Hudson valley voters will decide which candidate will represent New York's nineteenth districting, Congress Republican John. So was the incumbent in the polls show he's vulnerable as a first term incumbent. And that's usually your weakest point. You know, if you're gonna lose it anytime your first reelection bid that that doesn't help Patrick Murray you heads the Monmouth poll the latest survey shows trailing democratic challenger in Tokyo Delgada by five points, that's within the margin of error. There is a gender gap. Mel voters really a swamp over Delgado. He has a sixteen point advantage there. Fifty four percent to thirty eight percent swing district voters supported President Trump in two thousand sixteen in President Obama in two thousand twelve Peter hence goal WCBS NewsRadio. Eighty president's been stumping for a number of candidate President Trump did tout his administration's economic gain citing Friday, strong jobs report and says if Democrats get the majority in congress, they will eradicate those gains Democrats want to raise your taxes. They want to restore job killing regulations. They want to shut down your steel mills. But he didn't ease up on the attacks that somehow blame Democrats for immigration violations. A Blue Wave would equal a crimewave, very simple and a red wave equals jobs and secure. There was another slam at former President Barack Obama who campaign for the reelection of Indiana democratic Senator Joe Donnelly, Iraq. H. Obama h Obama's middle name Hussein. And he brought former hoosiers coach Bobby Knight to the stage. Gaul get I'm Donald for some cheerleading support. I'm Jacky Quin an former President Obama also stop to lend support to Democrats in Florida says Republicans are following a familiar playbook this year. Terrify folks. And then the election comes in problem suddenly magically vanishes this year. The former president said the big issue is what he called a bunch of poor refugees a few thousand miles away even faking our brave troops away from their families. A political stuck. And Republicans have been trying to overturn Obama's healthcare law and came close to doing it. Get them throw the congress, you better believe they're coming after your healthcare. The final message from the former president. I'm Ed Donahue. It is eight thirty six will always.

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"monmouth poll" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

12:15 min | 2 years ago

"monmouth poll" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Sunrise. Hurricane Maria traumatized island territory, an estimated three thousand deaths billions in damage tens of thousands still living under blue tarps covering blown out roofs. The governor ordered flags across the island to fly at half staff today in the afternoon, he plans to appear with housing and urban development secretary Ben Carson to talk about housing needs. And then he planned to oversee memorial service at Casteel santry, the historic fort overlooking the Atlantic Adrian, NPR news, San Quentin. Federal investigators are on the scene of a deadly shooting in northeastern Maryland authorities in Aberdeen are to brief reporters shortly. But so far newswires wires reporting that a shooter opened fire at a ride a distribution center fatalities have been reported, although we have not been able to independently verify that information this attack occurred nearly three months after a man opened fire on a newsroom in Annapolis Maryland, Maryland, claiming several lives in that attack. At last check on Wall Street, the Dow was up two hundred forty eight points. This is NPR news. This is WNYC in New York. Good afternoon. I'm Richard Hake. The Roman Catholic archdiocese of New York is hired a former federal. Judge to review its procedures for handling allegations regarding its employees engaging in sexual abuse cardinal Timothy Dolan announced the appointment of Barbara Jones just about an hour ago. WNYC's mara. Silvers says the cardinal said Catholics in New York have demanded action from church leadership, and he said that his intention with this appointment is basically to show the public that they can trust in the New York archdiocese that they can trust in the Catholic church. Step comes after New York's attorney general announced that she's undertaking. A comprehensive investigation of how the church and its leaders have handled abuse allegations across the state. Another New Jersey Republican congressman is falling behind his democratic challenger. According to Monmouth university poll that's out today. The survey found incumbent Leonard Lance trailing Democrat Tom Allen. Now ski by eight percentage points in the states seventh congressional district the stretches west from New York suburbs to Pennsylvania. Monmouth polling director Patrick Murray. Says it's actually surprising lands as polling. Well, as he did he's able to keep this race close when the underlying fundamentals say that he should be toast at this particular point Maurice's, Lance personally liked by many voters, but as being dragged down by President Trump, the polls margin of error is plus or minus four point eight percentage points, and a judge will decide whether a former top aide to governor Cuomo receives leniency or a long prison sentence for his conviction on federal bribery and fraud charges just for CoCo is set to be sentenced later today in Manhattan federal court. Prosecutors say he should serve well over the five years that the probation department recommends his lawyers say he should go to prison for no more than two years. This is WNYC support for NPR comes from C three IOT, providing a software platform that enables organizations to deploy artificial intelligence predictive analytics and IOT solutions at industrial scale. Learn more at C three IOT dot AI. Over the course of the career Falco has become one of the most acclaimed and beloved actresses of her generation of our generation. She's won multiple EMMY Golden Globes and Screen Actors Guild award. She's also been noted for her stage work with a Tony award nomination and a drama desk. Award win for the two thousand eleven the house of blue lease. She is currently starring in the off Broadway. Play the true at the Pershing square signature theatre. She plays Dorothea. Polly Newnan the fierce and foul mouth political operative and defender of the Albany democratic political machine in the late seventies. She also a film out now called the land of steady habits it premiered last week at the Toronto international film festival. And it's curly in theaters and streaming on Netflix and found time to come by the studio today, high eighty high they're happy to be here. So much going on. We were just talking about you or in LA for less than a minute left twenty four hours twenty four hours for the Emmys. Yes, I'm told I was there. I saw you on the TV you were nominated for your role playing Leslie Abramson and law and order true crime. Menendez murderers, we talked about your movie, we talked about your your Broadway show. How do you decide when it's time to either take a break or you know, let's just keep cranking. We're working we're working. This is good. I am of the let's just keep cranking a school of individuals where I if there is an actual impossibilities far as time is concerned. Of course, I won't and I can't. But those a lot seems to be happening right now the truth is the movies, and the TV thing that those were all a time ago they happen to be being experienced by others than myself right now. But all I'm doing right now is the play where I'm that. When you were working on it where you're working sequentially. I mean with which in terms did you do the TV show? And then the film gosh, you I don't remember to be honest with you because it's so strange as to when you shoot. Something and when it becomes available. There's so many steps in between. I forget, honestly, I think I did the movie first and then Menendez. But honestly, don't remember where script crumbs across across your desk. What does it have to have in it few decide? Yeah. I'm going to commit my time to this. I wish I could tell you from an intellectual standpoint what that is. But it's not from an intellectual place from which it is judged. I think if I'm reading it, and I am and I don't wanna stop. It's kind of what it comes down to. If it is grabbing me for some reason, if it's a character that is either new to me that is activating different parts of my insides, you know, that will tend to be what is interesting to me at the moment. And I think the criteria changes depending on what's going on in my real life. And the way I feel about things and how long it's been since I played a mob wife, you all kinds of other things come into play that I'm not always completely aware of. So that's my non-answer. Now that was a good answer in other. What you're saying that it depends on where you are in your life. Yeah. It depends on what things to you. Right. Exactly. And where you wanna life influences? What things do you? Absolutely, right. And I don't always know what that is. You know, from an intellectual standpoint, what was it about this play the true that saying to you this woman on playing Polly noon? It is very very bright. She's very affective as she says in the play, and she has a terrible mouth. And she is completely uninterested in. How she comes across. I think and I I've said this before, but I guess it's a big part of of the characters that appeal to me. She spent very little time worrying about her her image. Really she just kind of stuff to do stuff to get done. And she goes about it in the best way. She knows how things get done around her because of her, and you know, in my real life. I think I spend probably more time than I may want to on some level worrying about how my behavior and actions may make other people feel how it may make me appear all happens on a very subterranean level. But I do know that it's something that I do spend time on. So when I get to play a character who is so not like that. I find it very refreshing. But didn't you find as you've gotten older that sort of trying to appeal to other people it goes way down? It comes to ensure it sure does it. Sure doesn't also find out that my idea of what is the quote on quote offensive to other people's also just wrong. You know, the way that I was just off in my ideas about how I may have perceived. Ben perceived by other people, so that, you know, my my my radar's office far as that was concerned. Anyway, so yes, you're absolutely right. As time has gone by that has been less powerful, a pull than it was when I first came to New York, God knows thousand years, let me set up the story of the play a little bit for folks who don't know about it. It's a about us about relationships and politics and the politics of relationships involving there. There are two people who are two people who actually lived and worked in New York longtime Albany mayor or asked us Corning and his longtime adviser Polly who you play there's legends up in the capital area. How much research should you do about them if any I will tell you honestly, I did none whatsoever. Because I read that. Well, no. Because just because that's when I tend not to do we aware they were it was a point as I read the script and thought these are fascinating characters, and I love it felt so you know, I grew up in the seventies. And I recognize the clothing. They put on me. And I thought holy mackerel. It really was like being jettisoned in a time machine. Listening to my mom and my dad, and my uncle Ed Ed Falco, who's a novelist actually coming to see the play this weekend to listening to them have these political conversations as I was a kid growing up. And I had no idea that they were real people until well past the time when I had agreed to do this. So whatever research was involved in writing the story shar white the writer from had attended to already. I I wanted to be true to the script. That's my job as an actor. You know, what I had is what's on the page. I don't know that you know, this also could just be like looking for acceptance for my laziness, I don't know. I don't know that any further research would have helped me I think it might have just confused me. I get confused very easily when working on the things in general. I like to keep it simple everything I needed to know was right there in the script. It was interesting. And what one thing I went back, and I found. And her obituary just to see what how she was described just without trusting. It's really interesting and and a picture of her with the big glasses from the seventies. You're right about one thing. That's great about the staging this place. They've got the perfect Betty Ford helmet hair on you glasses and the wide lapel d- like t shirt. That's right. So funny anyway, so but going back into she really was a pistol. Yes, she really was somebody who knew her power. And she was she was tough as nails and I found her to be relentlessly blunt. Yes, absolutely was so what when you're creating the stories and she didn't do research. What was your backstory? Why was she like that? You know? That's another thing. I don't do. Don't story. I'll be very surprised if I ever work again after this show. No, I don't I don't know. Again. It's I some people think more information is better. I think for me more information is just confusing. I there's so much richness in the script and in the performances of the other actors that I can hardly take in all the information. I'm being given moment to moment onstage from by looking at Michael mckeon, and Peter Scott, Laurie Glenn FitzGerald in Austin call and John panko all the other characters in the play. I look at opposite them, and I'm getting a constant stream of information based on their portrayal of that person. Does that shift night tonight, absolutely ah and the response of the audience, which shifts night tonight? So there is some calibration going on in my head all the time while I am saying these lines, and it's tons to work with. I am never without something to throw into the mix. So for me to sit down and and. Right. A pretend backstory that doesn't doesn't help me. That's all you dive in at the moment. Right. And again to use. That's all intellectual. You know what I mean? And I don't know how that stuff filters into a performance. I I maybe it does in a way that I'm not aware of. And I have no doubt that it really does help other actors for whom it is deeply important. Not not for me not for you know, what was the pre production process. Like for the play. We rehearsed. For how long standard amount, I think it was like three weeks or something you sit down at a table. You read it through. Then you try to walk around and feel what what feels right as far as movement is concerned. I'd never worked with Scott, Elliot, the direct before holy mackerel. Is he good? I I'm so sorry..

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"monmouth poll" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

AM 1350 WEZS

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"monmouth poll" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

"This whole surveillance and what's gonna happen there it gives new meaning to like a wild wicked version of colombo i i mean i don't i don't know where is this going to go now because how long has this been you mean these spine the and the monmouth poll have you read that about you know fifty three percents that it's widespread twenty pretend it's not that widespread but on top of it basically half of them are like well okay it's not really bothering me that much i'm like all right 'cause it's it's sorta like they watched the movie that if the government doesn't spy you know then they can't catch the guy that they have twenty four hours to find out you know how he's gonna bring him building down to end up in other words is justified is like a movie people say that well hey it's worth it and i tell them you mean you want the government to know what you watch on pay per view that we catch terrorists that way so and that pole you're talking about was the mamas university poll and like you said eighty two percent and only fourteen percent of the people hold so they don't believe the government's watching them that's what's so crazy fiftythree say the spines widespread twenty nine it's not widespread so i mean just crazy is what it is and then of course we know from when they everybody went president obama was there in his administration and everybody went light to the senate and said no no nobody's watching and then edward snowden kind changed that scenario didn't he with time yeah time so attorneys for for trump and and muller.

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"monmouth poll" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

KTTH 770AM

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"monmouth poll" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

"Absolutely possible and let me tell you why the new monmouth poll which is one of the best polls on these congressional issues and they are say in a look ahead to two thousand eighteen democrats currently hold a negligible edge on the generic congress ballot the election for house of representatives were holiday 47 percent of registered voters say they would vote for or lean toward voting for the democratic candidate in their districts compared to forty five percent who it's for the republicans okay it's a two percent gap that's within the margin of error you know the last time things were two percent gap it was a in two thousand ten when republicans gained sixty three seats yeah was also gap for the democrats now why is that because they're talking about registered voters and a relatively small percentage of registered voters usually just about half may be a little bit more than half up to sixty percent even bother to vote in these offyear elections it's why it's so important for you to to bother to vote and to go forward and the other interesting thing about this poll and i think it's really very very much worth looking at one eight hundred nine five five seventeen seventy six our phone number is they ask people are you optimistic or pessimistic about the policies that are donald trump is going to be pursuing in the next few years and people are more optimistic than pessimistic and and by the way the change in terms of the the basic tie between republicans and democrats.

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"monmouth poll" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"monmouth poll" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Poll wrapped up yesterday so there was a monmouth poll also that had them into virtual tie love monmouth polls vis vis is this this is some of the weirdest polling didn't we learn ask up ninety hey attention to polling well i mean yes wasn't that all the the 2016 election was about about how all the polls were wrong will the polling the pope the problem with some of the polling in the election last year was people weren't calculating in the electoral college they were just talking about a thousand registered voters across the united states on not taking into account the electoral votes in california versus the electoral votes in pennsylvania in florida and doing it that way so yes if hillary clinton is going to get three million more votes of course she's going to be higher in the polls just that's not the way we elect people in the united states and the offer president these polls had different ways of conducting their business fox news conducted a live interview survey over using a mix of cell phones and landlines hey so it's it's got that going for it i think better than the landlines alone emerson had automated survey polling people on land lines and online uh they say a couple of factors could be a play with the difference one of them is respondents could opt against telling alive pollster they were voting for more but they would feel fine saying so in an automated survey now now isn't that similar to what we saw in the days and weeks after last year's election where people would say that they were they were not willing to tell a live human being they were going to vote for donald trump for president yang and that was part of the reason that some of those were skewed going into a november of last year assist.

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"monmouth poll" Discussed on WLOB

WLOB

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"monmouth poll" Discussed on WLOB

"The governor's races i don't pay everybody got a lot of people governors races in new jersey and virginia democrats want in both of those lieutenant governor ralph northern honored defeated at gillespie to republican in virginia in new jersey democrat phil murphy over uh be lieutenant governor kim go down it who is republican and now i don't like it it it had she had been tied pretty close to chris christie um during the and campaign uh that is one of the things that did democrats nature everybody remembered especially in a harsh bridge gaetan every allah fat was concerned that came up a lot um the big city mayors um the uh the here in new york city build alavia was elected again uh in boston marty walsh one another fouryear term as mayor um in detroit on their mayor mike dugan one another fouryear term there um you know that that so those are some of the highlights put it that way that the big one yeah you know i don't think there was a lot of surprise down of virginia that was one of the nastiest campaigns that ad were they had the truck chasing the children of color that was that was a pretty devastating and and my mind disgraceful add particularly in light of what happened in charlottesville where the person kill the young girl with a with a car but that was one of the nastiest campaigns i've seen in a very long time very personal there meanspirited toward each other it was also really tight at that race was not a landslide by any stretch i mean as far as going in the poll on before election day they were only separated by the monmouth poll had them two points away from each other with northern with a tiny lead on monday i the fox news poll that we had showed northern ahead yes by a tiny amount i mean it was within the margin of error with the polls were going into now uh it had been it has been extremely tight um as far as in a book but it going into the going into the election uh interesting though it it it didn't take them very long to call the these were not you know middle of the night we need the recount ballots are some ramp into a box are you know there wasn't i didn't see any of that last night it was.

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