Ever since Mitt Romney won the Republican primary, the media, pollsters, and pundits have been pushing results of polls that are patently false. It's no big surprise that the basic polling data is horribly skewed. Even many right leaning media pundits are singing the blues. But Mike Flynn of Britbart.com
Had a very concise and illuminating paragraph that calls into question the fundamentals.
If he is right, and I believe he is, things are not as they seem no matter what the polls say on the surface.
Here is Flynn's take: A new CBS/New York Times poll shows Obama with a 3-point lead nationally,among Likely Voters. The poll finds Obama has an 8-point lead among Registered Voters. CBS no longer makes available the partisan composition of its poll, but its numbers suggest it oversampled Democrats as well. Both Romney and Obama win 90+% of their respective party's vote, but Romney beats Obama among Independents by 11 points. The only way Romney can win Independents by such a large margin and still trail Obama is if the sample is heavily skewed in favor of Democrats.
The bond rating of America has just been down graded for the second time. The middle east is exploding and Islam hates America even more even with Obama as president , we are still losing jobs and America's defense is about to be gutted to a point worse than before Pearl Harbor. Add the fact that we are stone cold broke with 16 trillion dollars in debt, America is hanging by a thread.