Wednesday, September 25, 2013

Make Room! Chickens Coming Home To Roost!

Well, now!


Anonymous said...

Ray Martin, a spokesman for the N.C. Senate Republican Caucus, is skeptical of the numbers. "Respected national experts have discredited their dishonest methodology and destroyed their credibility," he said, referring to a recent New Republic story that raised questions about PPP but didn't name sources. "Not only will we defend all 33 Senate seats in 2014, but there are great opportunities to make gains."

This is the significant portion of this link.

Whatshisname said...

Anonymous. Right. That's the same group that convinced Mitt Romney he was going to win in a landslide, right?

That aside, let me ask you: what's the point of a "dishonest methodology" for a polling company? If you're dishonest in your methodology as a pollster and consequently blow all your polls, aren't you out of business in short order?

Besides, PPP seems to have done quite well with the 2012 races.

Anonymous said...

Romeny was a liberal. That is what beat him. A lot of conservatives would not vote for him so they didn't vote at all.

Look what happened locally and state wide.