Wednesday, June 23, 2010

The case against the liberal Public Policy Polling...

I have been hard on PPP for more than a year, so this is nothing new, but others like Paul Burka are starting to see how terrible this company is in Texas races (link). Excerpt follows...
A Perry supporter points out that in the last PPP poll before the March 2 Republican primary, PPP had the race at Perry 40%, Hutchison 31%, Medina 20%, and said the race was headed for a runoff. Perry, of course, won without a runoff. If you put this together with their early polling in the race, which showed Hutchison with a 25-point lead on Perry, you can make a case that the firm does not have a good track record in Texas.
This group has zero credibility in Texas.

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