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IceSpear
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« on: October 27, 2014, 03:11:50 pm »

Nope, no surge. Read the fine print guys.

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Research & Polling Inc. generated a random sample in which each New Mexico county received a representative proportion primarily based on turnout patterns in the 2010 general election for governor. When necessary, Research & Polling weights the surveys to reflect the known distribution of age, gender and party affiliation, based on the 2010 election.
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IceSpear
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Posts: 30,740
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Political Matrix
E: -4.65, S: -5.70

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« Reply #1 on: October 28, 2014, 01:59:51 pm »

Nope, no surge. Read the fine print guys.

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Research & Polling Inc. generated a random sample in which each New Mexico county received a representative proportion primarily based on turnout patterns in the 2010 general election for governor. When necessary, Research & Polling weights the surveys to reflect the known distribution of age, gender and party affiliation, based on the 2010 election.

wtf 🙅

Yeah, seriously?

Apparently many pollsters have no idea how to poll. This isn't the first (and I doubt it will be the last) poll where their "likely voter" screen is "did you vote in 2010?"
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