If you hit the scroll button, say, 2 or 3 times, the entire list is displayed under the graph. The poll you claim has been excluded is shown right where it should be. The averages for Gingrich and Romney in the headline are exactly the same as their averages in the second listing.
RCP did not eliminate -- repeat: did not eliminate -- the poll you mentioned. RCP clearly shows an 8 point lead for Gingrich. Tell me, what possible reason would they have to exclude a poll showing a lead for Gingrich, but still show the average of all the polls as a, um, lead for Gingrich?
You are descending into the fever swamps that almost devoured the Palin supporters before she withdrew. To paraphrase an old favorite: You're lookin' for hate in all the wrong places.
If you hit the scroll button, say, 2 or 3 times, the entire list is displayed under the graph. The poll you claim has been excluded is shown right where it should be.
I am well aware of how that works. I don't have to scroll down like you suggest, because that shows me all the OLDER polls that the are NOT including in the current "RCP Average" RCP is fudging their math to make Romney look better in the current "average". I never said they are putting him in the lead.
By the way, I see from your profile you would like to change your FR name someday. Just ask Jim Robinson to do so and he can do it, and you won't lose your continuity to all your existing posts. ...other than that, your posting history looks like you do a lot of heckling on Gingrich threads, so please do not address or reply to me again.
Exactly my response. I don't know why the two polls were excluded from the RCP average, but there are plenty of possible reasons besides pro-Romney bias. Even if you include those polls they just change Gingrich's current margin over Romney from 8.0 to 9.8. Big deal.