History of Polls During the Bush Administration

by Mike on March 23, 2006

in Politics

Annie C. has drawn up an interesting narrative with regard to polls taken throughout the Bush Presidency. The Axis of Right and other sites have repeatedly pointed out that most polls far out from an election are inaccurate due to their over-sampling of Democrats and under-sampling of people who actually vote. Coulter takes a simpler approach. By reminding everyone of media polls regarding the President since he took office, she effectively destroys their credibility. Well done yet again Ann Coulter.

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Ryan March 23, 2006 at 4:51 pm

Great article. Annie C has a knack for sarcasm and fun, at the expense of the Left. I totally agree that polls are nothing more than editorials.


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