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« on: November 03, 2014, 10:15:50 am »

Does PPP have a good track record in IA? Is it as good as it is in VA/NC/CO?

Doesn't matter. This is not a PPP Poll. It's a PPP Poll for American Progress Action, a left leaning advocacy group. It should be designated PPP/APA (D).

It looks more like a push poll to me the way it is worded.

Again, a little intellectual honesty here. Like the CO results, when PPP comes out with its own poll, Ernst's lead may grow. Gardner went from tied in the PPP/LCV (D) poll to +3 in the non-partisan poll.
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« Reply #1 on: November 03, 2014, 10:33:47 am »

Does PPP have a good track record in IA? Is it as good as it is in VA/NC/CO?

Doesn't matter. This is not a PPP Poll. It's a PPP Poll for American Progress Action, a left leaning advocacy group. It should be designated PPP/APA (D).

It looks more like a push poll to me the way it is worded.

Again, a little intellectual honesty here. Like the CO results, when PPP comes out with its own poll, Ernst's lead may grow. Gardner went from tied in the PPP/LCV (D) poll to +3 in the non-partisan poll.

Your points have been refuted again and again. You're not contributing anything to this discussion. Now shush.

Refuted? See Colorado. I rest my case.

PPP is not releasing this as their poll. It came from APA directly.
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