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November 01, 2010


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In response to Wolf of Aquarius: Are you kidding? Do you REALLY expect the pollsters to ever try to explain this (or any other) discrepency???Being a pollster means never having to say youre sorry.

Wolf of Aquarius

Your own final poll from 2008 had Obama+4 which exactly matches your result asking 2010 voters whom they voted for, even though Obama won NV by 12 points. Did you ever find out what caused this discrepancy.

Al Pippin

Tom/Dustin/PPP,Though I quite often disagree with you guys/PPP and some of your polling numbers, I nonetheless wanted to thank all of you for what youre doing there. Though its been a bit contentious at time, its also been a pleasure reading (and debatably responding to them), your polling and commentaries throughout this voting cycle. Thanks again and good luck.

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