Yesterday, 09:14 PM
The purpose of a poll is to help anticipate an outcome.
Being that all available evidence shows that you are unable to predict an accurate outcome - through the way that you choose to interpret polls - then why do you continue to spread what likely amounts to a giant pile of misinformation?
Are you intentionally trying to confuse people when it comes to anticipating how he will perform?
If you are not trying to confuse people, then why don't you start taking the opinions of people who actually have credibility on the subject into account?
Your behaviour is not consistent with the actions of someone who is acting in a sincere manner.