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September 29, 2011


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Bazinga !


When will you poll North Dakota ?

It has the Presidential race, Governor and Senate races ... ;-)


This will change VERY quickly. CT Gov. Malloy just scored a major jobs-related "home run" with Jackson Labs deciding to build a 1.1 billion-dollar facility in CT at the University of Connecticut's Health Center in Farmington, and more successful job creation efforts will be announced over coming months. Public opinion will thus rise dramatically regarding this governor's performance.

Dustin Ingalls

"When will you poll North Dakota?"

As of now, ND is one of two states we can't legally poll, along with Indiana, which we may soon be able to. Otherwise, we already would have done both states at least once. They're unlikely to be competitive at the presidential level this year, particularly ND, and the Senate race leans pretty heavily GOP in ND, so we can have a pretty good guess of how those things are going anyway. But it'd be nice to see how the GOP Senate primary is going in IN.

Bazinga !

Mr. Ingalls

Thanks for your answer.

You said you "may soon be able to poll Indiana".

I've seen that you polled the state before the 2008 election.

Did they change the law in Indiana, so that you can poll there now?

And what exactly is the law in North Dakota ? Are automated polls not allowed there ?

Ben Davidson

Malloy may con an occasional business to come to CT (while he drives many others out) but anybody with a profit motive would think long and hard and then opt to build/move somewhere else. The State cannot seem to see that they are driving business out and have been for decades. Their magic solution every time a business moves out because it costs too much to operate here is to raise taxes on those remaining. That is not a viable plan for the future.

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