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May 05, 2013


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Ham Rove

I told ya the push polling would sink her

David Platts

Well, Sanford in office. That poor excuse for human waste. South Carolina continues to sink in public opinion if this jackass is elected.

PPP Is The New Dick Morris

So what PPP claimed was a one point race ended up being a 9 point win for Sanford. They were just as right about this as they are about the "backlash" over gun votes - where every other poll that has been done since the vote differs dramatically from PPP.

No Tribe

What bunk partisan hack polling

She leads by 9 points a week out and then loses by 9 points on election day?

Sure, democrat polling, sure....


Benghazi sank Colbert-Busch's run. Time for her brother to stop being a sore loser.

PPP = Karl Morris

I like this commentary on PPP blowing the race so badly with their polling:


Addressing those who defended PPP's 18-point error by claiming that the race shifted in the last week, Pratt asked: "How is it then that PPP is pronouncing doom on Senator Kelly Ayotte's race in 2016 and Jeff Flake's race, which is five and a half years away?"

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