TRUMP WILL WIN ELECTION REVEALS APP CALLED ZIP: BASED ON DAILY TALK AND POLL WITH 100,000 PEOPLE ZIP SHOWS TRUMP IS AHEAD EVEN IN CALIFORNIA…THIS IS THE FUTURE

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If you leave it to traditional pollsters, the constant chatter is that MIA-due-to-bad-health  Hillary Clinton is winning while huge-crowd drawer Donald Trump is losing. But people have a nagging feeling the polls are wrong and being faked for whatever reason ( maybe to prop up Hillary’s health by showing her fake daily reports of her ‘lead’? ). We talked to many – like MANY – strangers from all ages and backgrounds and so far only three people have said they are going to vote for Clinton and they said with hardly any enthusiasm.

But now this smartphone app called Zip, founded in February by CEO Ric Militi, is showing a different story. Militi says, “Based on the stats we see, he looks strong..I go with Trump, based on what we see.” Below is a sample of the contrast between their poll result and the traditional pollsters.

— ”California, who you voting for?” Trump got 55%, compared to 45% for Clinton. In the latest Public Policy Institute of California poll, Clinton has a 16-point advantage over Trump, 46% to 30%.

The maker of the Zip question and answer app also says, “These are the same results we saw when he (Trump) was in the primaries”. He believes  that most media polls are just flat-out wrong and that smartphone answers are the future.

READ MORE: App developer: Data shows Trump win…

5 thoughts on “TRUMP WILL WIN ELECTION REVEALS APP CALLED ZIP: BASED ON DAILY TALK AND POLL WITH 100,000 PEOPLE ZIP SHOWS TRUMP IS AHEAD EVEN IN CALIFORNIA…THIS IS THE FUTURE

    Justin Q Taylor said:
    August 14, 2016 at 4:17 pm

    This headline is irresponsible. Polls are adjusted for demographics, this app is not. Polls often use likely voter models, this app does not. We have no idea how Zip users compare to the general population (he claims to have a range of demographics, but even say 10% fewer of a certain racial or age demographic can skew the results greatly), and even within the Zip examples, asking a slightly different version of a question gets a drastically different result. I’m not saying this isn’t data – but it’s impossible to tell what it represents. Traditional polling seems likely to become much less predictive, but this doesn’t seem like the answer. I’d like to see how accurate their answers to questions about the Dem and GOP primaries were.

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      70news responded:
      August 14, 2016 at 5:23 pm

      I say having 100,000 people participating in this poll is better and has more credibility than asking 500- 1,000 people usually asked in traditional polls. As for the primaries, they said they were accurate and that’s what made the CEO believe his app all the more.

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        Justin Q Taylor said:
        August 14, 2016 at 6:12 pm

        The primary polling actually did prove fairly accurate, with the exception of the Michigan Dem election. Don’t mistake pundits discrediting Trump with poor polling – Trump consistently led in the polls.

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    […] Another poll conducted daily to 100,000 people across the country using an app called ZIP shows Trump winning big time – 64% Trump to Hillary 36%. This app predicted accurately the winners in the Primaries both GOP and DNC. SOURCE: TRUMP WILL WIN ELECTION REVEALS APP CALLED ZIP: BASED ON DAILY TALK AND POLL WITH 100,000 PEOPLE ZIP… […]

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    FED Up said:
    October 13, 2016 at 10:11 am

    Since I have yet to meet ANYONE who is for Clinton and going to vote for her I can believe this poll. What bothers me is that we are at a point in this country where we can not trust the press, politicians, news media or anyone else for that matter. I long for the days of real men who stood for right, like Walter Cronkite who would NEVER have lied to us over political gain. I am so disillusioned with the human race.

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