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    • Morning Brief: October 5 - 05 Oct 2012
      posted in Morning Brief & Politics & Government

      Pre-Debate Look at the Race Two weeks ago, we shared some polling from Republican pollster Gabriel Joseph, who polls cell phone users exclusively across the country and uses a polling sample much less weighted towards Democrats than the mainstream media does. Prior to the dominant debate performance by Mitt Romney [...]

    • As the Debates Begin… - 04 Oct 2012
      posted in SRN Radio

      On Tuesday Vice President Biden said the following: “This is deadly earnest. How they can justify—how they can justify raising taxes on the middle class that’s been buried the last four years.” That is a bazaar bit of candor wrapped in a lie. Mitt Romney doesn’t want to raise taxes [...]

    • Poll: Plurality say polls biased for Obama - 02 Oct 2012
      posted in National & News & Politics & Government

      A plurality of Americans and more than seven in 10 Republicans say pollsters are intentionally skewing results to benefit President Obama, according to a new poll released Tuesday. Some 42 percent of voters surveyed by Daily Kos and SEIU believe pollsters are manipulating their sample sizes to benefit the incumbent [...]

    • Morning Brief: October 2, 2012 - 02 Oct 2012
      posted in Morning Brief & Politics & Government

      Media Hits Back at Conservative Scoffers It’s becoming apparent the mainstream media has about had it with conservatives calling their pro-Obama polling biased, and an attempt to engineer a self-fulfilling prophecy. In this piece from Politico, analysts from both sides of the aisle come to the defense of mainstream media [...]

    • Morning Brief: September 26, 2012 - 26 Sep 2012
      posted in Morning Brief

      Little Birdie Chirps with 40 Days to Go After two days on the road working the phones and talking to some little birdies, here’s what I am hearing/seeing on Campaign 2012: Other than Ted Cruz’s campaign in Texas, the most excited I have seen the GOP base this entire election [...]

    • Conservative support for Santorum will grow despite attacks - 24 Feb 2012
      posted in 2012 & Numbers & People & Politics & Government

      New Gallup polling shows the clearest picture yet of the great divide in the Republican Party that has been pushing former Pennsylvania Sen. Rick Santorum to the head of the class. Behind Santorum’s eight-point national lead over former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney is a yawning gap in ideological support for [...]