posted on 09/07/2006 11:06:23 AM PDT
So what were the results of the poll of cats and dogs?
posted on 09/07/2006 11:08:44 AM PDT
by Jeff Chandler
(Peace begins in the womb.)
Oh. I thought it was common practice to rig polls. And now they are persecuting someone for it? WoW. Light is shining into the shadows of polling.
DataUSA is now known as
Viewpoint USA DataBeThe Day. 4
posted on 09/07/2006 11:10:24 AM PDT
(Kerry & the Surrender-Donkey Treasoncrats - trashing the troops for 40 years.)
posted on 09/07/2006 11:10:53 AM PDT
(Fight Crime. Shoot Back.)
To: Timesink; martin_fierro; reformed_democrat; Loyalist; =Intervention=; PianoMan; GOPJ; ...
Media Schadenfreude and Media Shenanigans PING
Making it up poll results BUMP (election 2004)
posted on 09/07/2006 11:11:53 AM PDT
(Remember "Remember the Maine"? Well in the current war "Remember the Baby Milk Factory")
We need more government regulation of pollsters. :)-
How about a Sarbanes-Oxley type of monster regulation that requires pollsters to register, pass background checks, submit montly reports, testify about their basis of selection, statistical sampling methods.........etc. ?
The results of his poll as to whether or not he will stay in business?
Too stupid to vote: 12%
posted on 09/07/2006 11:13:28 AM PDT
(All we get are lame ideas from Republicans and lame criticism from dems about those lame ideas.)
This story is fascinating. How much phony polling is really going on out there? Certainly if a pollster contracted by a candidate wanted to sabotage the campaign of his/her client, submitting fraudulent polling results is one "effective" way to go about it.
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