Tuesday, June 22, 2010

Outlier PPP poll not credible...

PPP has a poll out showing Rick tied with Bill White 43-43 (link). Yeah right is all I have to say.

PPP was consistently way off course on its polls during the primary between Rick and Kay (link).

PPP is a liberal poll of course... and it has a horrible track record in recent Texas elections... they wildly inflated Medina, had Rick at around 39 or 40 percent the entire time... basically they sucked. A joke is putting it mildly.

At one point they even had Kay up by 25 points, which was always a joke.

Simply put, don't buy this poll. Rick as I have predicted all along will win by about 10 despite any poll along the way saying it is tied or Rick is up by 20.

5 comments:

  1. Rasmussen was pretty much spot-on during the primary, with one blip in September.

    So was the Texas Tribune University of Texas poll-- spot on. PPP as you say was awful.

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  2. Total lies.

    In February, PPP had a 6-point spread. Same as Rasmussen, same as TX Newspapers.

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  3. Texas Poll WatcherJune 22, 2010 at 12:52 PM

    Phillip Martin total lies. At least he admits it.

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  4. PPP's numbers are clearly far from every other poll in this race, as was the case during the primary between Rick, Kay, and Debra Medina.

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  5. PPP also didn't wildly inflate Medina. They showed her tracking as high as 24%, until Perry's team called up Glenn Beck's team and had them smash her up. Even with that, Medina still finished with 18%, and managed to organize a new RPT chair during Perry's "unity" convention.

    The average of all polls still shows Perry with a 7-point lead. I don't know why you won't just highlight that fact instead of discrediting a reputable polling firm.

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