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Elite Media Distorts Wisconsin Exit Polls and Results

darkcyder Wrote: Jun 08, 2012 2:21 PM
Ah- this is the issue. EVERY poll sho8uld also state the number of people who they tried to contact who WOULD NOT respond to their quesitons. I also hang up on these pollsters, as I suspect a LOT of conservatives do.l We simply don't have time to make our opinions known, and it is not our nature to desire to do so. I think that is what the tea party is all about.We don;t gather, we don't poll, we don't protest. We don't have time. We simply try to vote for a representative who seems to share our ideology, and expect him to take care of it while we ignore it and get back to work.

They are at it again. Following what can only be described as a butt-kicking win for Gov. Scott Walker in Wisconsin's recall election, many media pundits were trying to "split the baby" by acknowledging Walker's win, but pointing to exit polls that show President Obama with a seven-point lead against Mitt Romney in that state. There is just one problem with their story: It fails to acknowledge just how far off the exit poll was in the gubernatorial contest.

To add insult to injury, the elite media bashed Matt Drudge for supposedly posting information saying the exit polls showed Walker safely...