Democrat voting enthusiasm down sharply from 2004 and 2008
No matter how much the pink slime media rig their polls (like the latest NBC poll with a Democrat +12 sample size), the Democrat voting enthusiasm is down sharply from not only 2004 but 2008 as well. This poll is from Gallup. Not that ‘evil right-wing’ polling out Rasmussen that leftists always whine about.
A commenter named “KMav” on Hotair posted some really useful information on election sample sizes:
The largest margin for Democrats over Republicans was in the 2008 election when in that unprecedented, anti-Bush, anti-Republican election the Democrats had a +7 advantage. That’s the largest advantage in the last 20 years. This year, there is no way the Democrats can hope to match their +7 advatange that they had in 2008, especially with the voting enthusiasm. If Democrats are lucky, with the pink slime media, Democrats may have at most a 2 or 3 point advantage in the election, and that’s being generous.
The two Bush elections had equal amounts of Democrats and Republicans voting. 2010 in the Republican ‘tsunami’ the voting breaking between Democrats and Republicans were equal. Even in 1996, when Bill Clinton easily won his second term because things were going well in the country that Democrat advantage in voting was only 4 points. So as you can see, all of these left wing propaganda news polls like NBC, ABC, Reuters, AP etc don’t reflect an accurate sample size of what the election in November will actually look like. Most of the time they don’t even reflect the turnout from the 2008 election. Come September when Obama is really tumbling, expect these left wing propaganda sites to come out with D+20 samples.