Socrates: "It’s not uncommon for boosters of a presidential candidate to claim that the polls are systemically flawed when their candidate is down. In 2012, some Mitt Romney supporters infamously asserted that media organizations’ polls were inaccurately “skewed” in President Obama’s favor. But Obama actually outperformed his public poll numbers on Election Day." Actually it's very common among fringe GOP voters accustomed to voting in gerrymandered districts where the results have little to do with the will of the voting public. The majority of votes in the midterm elections went to Democratic candidates. Yet the GOP controls both House and Senate. Let me guess, hate radio and fake news don't cover that.