Investigate Proposition "Push Polling" contributing factor in London / Manchester Attacks
0 have signed. Let’s get to 100!
To reduce the future prospect of violence and death of innocent civilians during and or after a General Election, identifying the root cause of why an individual or a group of individuals may commit such atrocities is desperately needed.
What was the underlying driving cause for the 3rd June 2017 attack in London and the Manchester attack 22 May 2017?
It is only by understanding what is likely to have triggered those events can the streets of London and Manchester and across the United Kingdom feel that terrorism has been finally eradicated.
This petition puts forward the proposition that "Push Polling" is likely to be a major contributing factor in triggering the kind of reaction that was seen on the streets of London and Manchester during the 2017 UK General Election.
"Push polling" - is the practice of attempting to influence or alter the view of voters under the guise of conducting a poll. The systemic use of Push Polling if a full investigation were conducted is likely to explain why almost all the main "Pollsters" got the outcome of the 2017 UK General Election so wrong.
Loaded polling questions designed to sway a voters intentions on such topics as racial hatred / religion / immigration etc has the potential to trigger the type of reaction that was exhibited on the streets of London and Manchester of vulnerable people who may well have already been radicalized.
If a thorough investigation is conducted into the practice of "Push Polling," it is likely to help explain and prevent future terrorist attacks from occurring.
Today: Concerned is counting on you
Concerned UK Citizen needs your help with “London Met Police: Investigate Proposition "Push Polling" contributing factor in London / Manchester Attacks”. Join Concerned and 76 supporters today.