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August 23, 2012


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Obama 2012

Very interesting that Rasmussen has the good #s for Dems/Obama in Missouri while you guys have the bad #s... Makes one wonder if Rasmussen is trying to push Akin out.

The Interesting Times

Can I suggest a do-over of this poll in the next few weeks?

A few days later Rasmussen shows Akin losing by ten points, and even dragging Romney down to a one-point loss to Obama in Missouri.

That's a huge divergence from your results, especially considering Rasmussen is commonly regarded to have a pro-Republican "house effect."

You may have polled before most Missourian voters became aware of this issue.


Your poll does not include Gary Johnson or Virgil Goode, both of whom are on the ballot in Wisconsin. Because you did not ask voters the same question that will be on their ballots, your poll is not valid.


Oops, I meant to say Missouri, not Wisconsin.

Jello Mayberry

This poll equals shit same shitty numbers from senate race..

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