Public Policy Polling’s latest Obama cheerleading, cry-baby blocking and Rubin slam spark hilarious mockery

“Real journalists!” You know, like their fellow cheerleaders who all spin for Obama. Spin like the wind! What prompted this latest outburst from the Obama cheerleading @PPPPolls?

Public Policy Polling doesn’t like being called out for its blatant bias and idiocy, you see.

Huh, fancy that! A polling group tied in with Daily Kos and union goons is pushing the absurd narrative that Obama will do better than Greek column-y 2008.

This Twitter user was prescient, as always.

Other Twitter users join in the mocking and call @PPPPolls out for its unprofessional and puerile behavior.

But, wait. What’s this? Aww, poor little @PPPPolls is throwing a stompy foot tantrum, much like a child who is caught with her hand in the cookie jar.

The mocking rightly continues.

Gutsy call!

Maybe not for much longer. Or, at least, some won’t be paying any attention anymore.

Fail, Public Policy Polling.

  • stuckinIL4now

    This re-affirms why I pretty much ignore polls. The only relevant polls are the ones that will be filled to the gills by Republican voters on Nov 6.

    • Jim Russell

      BREAKING: PPPPolls -Obama up by 89% nationwide.

      • Corey Dennison

        With only a D +98 sample

        • Catchance

          Ahahahaha! Perfect!

  • MikeR

    Don’t believe any of the polls notice how they over sample Dem’s by 8%-10%

    • AMERICAN Kafir™(KAdams)

      Yeah, they skew the sample sizes to favor Dems, even though the % of people this election cycle that identify with Republicans is at an all time high, the % of people identifying themselves with Dems is at an all time low….

      Historically, Dem had the higher % so they’ve been skewed to reflect that. So if you see that it’s Obama 49% and Romney 48%, it’s actually lower, for Obama.

  • Mickey Byrd

    Gotta’ love polls… ask Michael Moore about the poll he took at his high school reunion.

  • Mickey Byrd

    Sad commentary on the 21st Century media landscape that Jennifer Rubin has a job at WaPo when so many real journalists have been laid off.

    No, the sad commentary is that 13 million Americas are laid off when people like you are employed.

    • Amie Holladay

      Best. Comment. Ever.

  • $30423294

    I can’t wait till the grown ups are back in charge. Can’t wait!

  • redheadgrl

    I say let them keep publishing these polls that are skewed toward Mr. Obama. That way, the lazy Obama voters will think there is such a HUGE lead they will not bother to get out and vote. I think the “silent majority” is fired up and ready to vote for ABO, no matter what the polls say.

    • ksynesael

      My thoughts exactly..the Obama voters are a lazy bunch and if they think he will win it without them having to drag themselves up off the couch they will stay put.

  • Tucker Keene A great parody account set up in response to this silliness from PPP.