I think I know how the media manipulate the polls. Look at the +- 4% of error. Notice how Raul is 17% and other polls say he is 21. 17 + 4 = 21. This also means 21 - 4 = 17.
Notice how on other polls they have Ron at 21% Newt at 22%. And with the margin of error this means that we can make the poll look like Ron is winning, just like the media does all the time.
Ron Paul: 21 (no math here this is what the polls are saying.
Newt: 22 - 4 = 18
Look at that Ron Paul is winning with + 3 percent points.
I don't know if I am right, but I just noticed this, they either keep the person they want winning the normal percent and the other candidates they subtract the normal percent with the margin of error.
I could be completely wrong, but it's an idea they just might be using.... what do you think??
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