One of the big pollsters was interviewed yesterday (unfortunately I don’t remember which one)and he said that only 9% of all people called complete the poll. So isn’t it statistically dubious to draw conclusions about the preferences of the other 91% by the 9% who either don’t have caller ID or something better to do than stay home and answer polls?
I believe I saw that, but don’t remember either who it was. Could it have been Pat Cadell?
I’ve been called and I always refuse to participate. I think many conservatives underpoll because we value privacy much more than so than the libtards, who are eager to tell everyone every detail of their lives via Facebook and twitter.
“I’m eating a cheeseburger...”
“I’m getting in my car...”
“I just left the hamburger place...”
“I’m going to the mall...”