Tuesday, May 01, 2007


In a short profile of Congresswoman Virginia Foxx's polling outfit, Tel Opinion Research, Public Policy Polling reports this interesting flippy-floppiness:
Tel Opinion played an interesting role in the 2006 Wake County School Bond campaign. In April of 2006 they conducted a poll for the John Locke Foundation that found that a $994 million school bond would fail 32% to 63%. In September of 2006, they were hired by the pro-bond campaign, Friends of Wake County, and that poll found that the bond would pass 56% to 37%.
The bond actually did pass.

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