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May 03, 2011


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Another joke of a poll by left leaning public policy Liberals what a joke.


3rd most vulnerable seat, after ND and NE. Tester is looking slightly safer than McCaskill.


did you guys poll a brewer vs. goddard rematch in the Arizona poll youll be releasing


@Smooth Jazz:Dont worry, the laughingstock award still goes to Rasmussen.

Smooth Jazz

Of course, McCaskill is steady according to PPP. Which Dem isnt steady according to you guys?? Just like your Wisconson polls 2 months ago showed Dems on the ascendant there. Your WIS polls were a joke, and so are all the other polls you put out these days: They are designed to push a story line and make Libs feel good.I suspect youll be out with polls soon showing Libs have a good shot at Barasso in WY and Wicker in MS. Or maybe a poll with Obama competetitive in UT soon. I predict as we get closer to teh 2012, your polls will become more credible so avoid become a laughingstock with your rigged polls.

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