Friday, October 26, 2007

Useful Facts on the History of Presidential Campaign Polling

This post is more useful for the people interested in the Democratic presidential primary than the Republican.

Here is a link to an article in today's New York Times that cites some interesting facts on how unreliable polls are for determining the eventual winner of the Democratic nomination (turns out they are super-reliable for the Republicans).

I wanted to draw attention to this article because it provides another example of the need to stay (or get) engaged in the Presidential election. It is NOT a waste of time to continue to study or advocate candidates that are not leading in the polls, nor is it wise to become complacent if you support the leader....

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