The Mark of the Beast: Did Earl de Berge call you?

In concluding that Arizona’s senior senator, John McCain is beating the socks off of conservative challenger J.D. Hayworth, Earl de Berge, of the Arizona-based Behavior Research Center claims to have called 800 heads of households, although basing the polling sample on “666 voters” statewide.

de Berge has a reputation for being left-of-center.

The results can be read here.

Meanwhile, Public Policy Polling (PPP) reports quite differently, with a headline titled: McCain’s numbers plummet, regarding his challenge from the right by J.D. Hayworth.

Republican primary voters in Arizona expressed dissatisfaction with John McCain as a majority indicate he’s too lenient on immigration and a plurality saying he’s too liberal in general. The poll found that a majority — 45 percent of voters — disapprove of his job performance, while a majority — 43 percent –think he is too liberal. A majority — 53 percent — think he is too lenient on illegal immigration.

55% of voters disapprove of McCain compared to just 34% who give him good marks. When PPP polled Arizonans in September he was at a positive 48/42 approval spread. Since then, he’s dropped 27 points on the margin.

9 Responses to The Mark of the Beast: Did Earl de Berge call you?

  1. Kathy says:

    McCain will keep dropping – we won’t forget the Amnesty deal with Kennedy, no matter how much he tries to talk tough now. McCain will go back to the RINO he is IF re-elected & Arizonans know this. If they don’t we need to remind them!

  2. Rambling Rose says:

    Hilarious! The mark of the beast is a perfect analogy!

  3. Another LD11 PC says:

    Revelation 13:18
    Here is wisdom. Let him that hath understanding count the number of the beast: for it is the number of a man; and his number is Six hundred threescore and six.

    See federal law 42USC666(a)(13) below

    United States Code—-000-.html

    TITLE 42 > CHAPTER 7 > SUBCHAPTER IV > Part D > § 666
    Prev | Next § 666. Requirement of statutorily prescribed procedures to improve effectiveness of child support enforcement

    In order to satisfy section 654 (20)(A) of this title, each State must have in effect laws requiring the use of the following procedures, consistent with this section and with regulations of the Secretary, to increase the effectiveness of the program which the State administers under this part:

    (13) Recording of social security numbers in certain family matters.— Procedures requiring that the social security number of—
    (A) any applicant for a professional license, driver’s license, occupational license, recreational license, or marriage license be recorded on the application;
    (B) any individual who is subject to a divorce decree, support order, or paternity determination or acknowledgment be placed in the records relating to the matter; and
    (C) any individual who has died be placed in the records relating to the death and be recorded on the death certificate.

  4. Pablo says:

    Earl is a McCain supporter. If you ever listen to him on channel 8, he always leans left. Just another act of desparation in an effort to demoralize J.D.’s supporters. Well, it’s not going to work…Go J.D.

  5. Standing Tall says:

    Thanks for the heads up on de Berge, Pablo. that puts it all in perspective. Rasmussen is a national poll with far greater prominence and respectability. They have McCain in very tight numbers with JD. I pray JD wins.

  6. MacBeth says:

    Pablo’s right. Suzanne deBerge is a dyed in the wool liberal and Earl is cut from the same cloth.

  7. Seen It All says:

    In this senate race in particular, I would never rely on Behavior Research Center (Rocky Mountain Polling) for anything other than a boost for McCain. If you want reliablity, go elsewhere.

  8. DeAnn says:

    All these polls should do is make us work harder for JD. I for one am tired of the deceptive practices of McCainiacs.