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August 30, 2011


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This poll is way off with the down ticket candidates. Other polls show Farmer with the biggest down ticket lead and PPool gaining on Conway. How could an independent down ticket candidate that no one heard of have 16% support. Three other polls show that have been done, all show the same results while yours is different. Ill go with the three others.


The libertarian guy is getting 16% because people thought his name was Hans Moleman.

Dustin Ingalls

Did you survey registered voters or already likely voters ?Likely. We forgot to note that in the blurb at the bottom of the press release.

Diane Loupe

I just received a call from your polling company, and Im shocked that this was supposed to be a real opinion poll. The questions were worded in a way to prompt the response you wanted. If this is the way you do business, Im not sure your polls are accurately assessing public opinion.


There is no Senate race in Kentucky next year. Kentucky can vote for a Democrat for President -- if the nominee is a Southern moderate or populist (Carter, 1976; Clinton twice). The President wins this state only in a landslide.


It could also have an effect on the up-ticket race, too.


Did you survey registered voters or already likely voters ?Because the 48-44 McCain sample looks like you were using a LV model.


Pretty funny how Kentucky will vote democratic in state elections butwill never vote for a democrat in senate or presidential elections.

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