ELECTION RESULTS: Trump Makes History, Proves Rigged Polls Wrong

Donald J. Trump will be the next president of the United States due to his historic victories in Wisconsin, Michigan, Pennsylvania, Florida, and North Carolina. Many of those states, such as Wisconsin, Michigan, and Pennsylvania, have not been won by a Republican in over 20 years.

State-by-state results show that Trump consistently outperformed media polling, by as much as 5-7 percentage points in some states, an unprecedented level of polling error. This raises the question of whether or not media outlets deliberately skewed polls to suppress turnout among pro-Trump voters.

All poll aggregators favored, some more than others, a Hillary Clinton victory. The Huffington Post claimed that Hillary had a 99% chance of winning, as did statistician Sam Wang, Ph.D. Other models, such as FiveThirtyEight.com and the New York Times Upshot, were more conservative, but still predicted a Crooked Hillary victory.

But as the votes came in, the Clinton campaign and their media allies began to realize that their candidate was going to lose. There have been widespread reports of Hillary Clinton sympathizers breaking down in tears at "victory parties." Two days before the election, Hillary canceled her planned post-election fireworks display in New York City. And tons of "glass ceiling confetti" went unused as American voters rejected the most corrupt presidential candidate in recent memory.

Even Fox News waited as long as possible to call key states for Trump. In fact, the networks have STILL not called the states of Arizona and Michigan, where Trump holds insurmountable leads with 99-100% of the vote already counted.

Here are the results in key states, compared to media polling averages.

Ohio

Trump won Ohio by 8.5%. The RealClearPolitics polling average was Trump +2.2%.

Polling Bias: Clinton +6.3

North Carolina

Trump won North Carolina by 3.8%. The RealClearPolitics polling average was Trump +0.8%.

Polling Bias: Clinton +3.0

Florida

Trump won Florida by 1.2%. The RealClearPolitics polling average was Trump +0.4%.

Polling Bias: Clinton +0.9

Michigan

Trump won Michigan by 0.3%. The RealClearPolitics polling average was Clinton +3.4%.

Polling Bias: Clinton +3.7

Wisconsin

Trump won Wisconsin by 1.0%. The RealClearPolitics polling average was Clinton +6.5%.

Polling Bias: Clinton +7.5

Pennsylvania

Trump won Pennsylvania by 1.1%. The RealClearPolitics polling average was Clinton +1.9%.

Polling Bias: Clinton +3.0

Minnesota

Hillary Clinton won Minnesota by 1.4%. RealClearPolitics has apparently deleted their polling average, but there are several polls with Hillary ahead by over 10 points.

New Hampshire

Hillary Clinton won New Hampshire by 0.3%. The RealClearPolitics polling average was Clinton +0.6%.

Polling Bias: Clinton +0.3%

The average polling bias, calculated by ResistanceMedia, was 3.5 percentage points in favor of Hillary Clinton. This level of bias, all favoring one candidate, clearly indicates potential rigging of polls by media outlets. We are certainly thankful that the polls were not successful in depressing turnout of Trump supporters. Rigged polls are the real "voter suppression", not common sense regulations such as voter ID. 

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