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June 08, 2012


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Come on, you're better than that PPP. Tell me you at least tried to control for geography in these sports questions. Isn't the city of Miami more Democratic than the rest of the state? Isn't it less white?

Then of course more Democrats and white people support the Heat. There are, of course, other teams nearby other parts of the state. Orlando has the Magic. New Orleans and Atlanta have teams, and they are closer in proximity to the pandhandle of the state, which is full of white Republicans.

If you didn't control for geography, it's almost as pointless as a finding of, "Miami has more Democrats and minorities than the rest of the state."


Right. Polls are manipulated daily to produce the desired results. Americans are inundated with polls showing how much gay this gay that is met with approval, yet every time it's put to the test with a ballot initiative, gay stuff loses every time. It's not main stream as the state run press or militant gay agenda pollsters would have you believe.

Just more BS Polls disguised as news.

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