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October 26, 2010


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You are oversampling Democrats if Whitman is leading by 14 with independents. I realize you want to get paid by Kos, but remember what happened to Research2000...

Dustin Ingalls

Suffolk showed almost the exact same results we did, and every pollster is showing both Boxer and Brown pulling out to larger leads. We have a contract with Kos, and its not contingent on our results for even the polls we do for them, let alone our public, pro bono polls. 6 days until our critics eat crow....

Al Pippin

6 days until our critics eat crow....Youre so very funny Dustin. Im laughing now and in 6 days Ill be rolling.But of course, were not talking about comedy here - now are we Dustin? Say credibility, credibility and ah yes, more credibility.


Heres something Ive been thinking about ... if its true it would completely change the dynamic of polling. Check it out.I believe that a lot of Republicans are calling themselves Independents which is why the GOP has such a big lead with them.But because these people call themselves independents doesnt really mean that they are. A lot of them are probably still registered as Republicans. If this theory is true - it seems like it would seriously skew the weighting of the electorate and the likely voter screen.

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