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April 11, 2013


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Does anyone really believe PPP (I mean DNC) polling?


You mean the most accurate polling firm of the 2012 election? Yeah, I guess we really shouldn't take their polling serious with that medal around their neck.

Felix Keverich

They were pretty accurate in 2012. lol

Republicans must nominate RAND PAUL because he is the only one, who can beat Hillary...in Kentucky.

Alan Snipes

I guess it's too difficult for some people to do research and look up the track record of a polling firm.


bc3b, PPP was spot on in the November elections. You'd have to be pretty ignorant to consider them an unreliable polling firm. Just saying.

Hick The Gun Banner


Here is PPP saying in June of 2010 that the Rand Paul senate race "will be a close one." I generally like PPP, but let's not act as if they are always right.

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