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Your vote, your power!

October 19, 2012

By Jean-Wisly Simon

This election cycle comes with all sorts of headaches.The candidates, pundits, analyst politics and even simple citizens take a moment, sometimes, to examine what they just read or watched on TV. And we believe you do too.

At (QC), we decided to bring to you the daily polls; we usually post them as soon as they are available. Notwithstanding some days, we choose not to because it appears they are too confusing to say the least. Today, we want to add something else that could be more productive to you. Go around; bring you a complete package so you can draw your own conclusion. By the way, that is our main mission.

After Gallup published its daily polls on 10/18/12, many eyebrows were raised. In The Washington Post, we read, “About that Gallup poll: Is Romney really up by 7? And will Obama win the election anyway?” wrote Ezra Klein.

How we utilize the polls can be damaging for both sides (Presidential candidates), more importantly, you the voter. They could turn you off. We understand that, so we explore the possibility of bringing to your attention the complete picture. We invite you to see many polls so you may see the trend. For instance, take a look at “Neck and Neck” from The Huffington Post. expects you to be a well educated voter. We know that some of you are not Americans. Still we want to share with you, what’s going on here, in America. As a community, we have to learn from each other. No matter what we do or where we are living, democracy is one of the best forms of government. Let’s share its principles!

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