CNN Rigs Its Own Poll Again to Claim Clinton Won The DebateDemocrats oversampled, poll contradicted by consensus that Trump won big
Paul Joseph Watson
Oct. 11, 2016
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CNN was forced to rig its own poll yet again in order to claim that Hillary Clinton won last night's debate, despite the overwhelming consensus that Donald Trump scored a clear victory.
A CNN/ORC poll of debate watchers released last night, which sampled just 537 respondents, found that 57% thought Clinton won the debate while 34% thought Trump was victorious.
However, despite not yet releasing its full methodology, CNN reported that 58% of the respondents were Democrats. This does not mean that 42% were Republicans, since the 42% figure also includes independents.