To be fair, even the pushers acknowledge the poll’s weaknesses, but this isn’t about polling methodologies. It’s about the left’s desperation to avoid nominating Hillary Clinton.
So while the Republican Party faithful had assumed we were down to two candidates, the (small) surprise of the past week was that we now have four candidates for the GOP nomination contest in Roanoke. Most folks accurately peg this contest as David and Goliath. Can former USAF colonel Shak Hill mount the insurgency campaign […]
Over the weekend, the Washington Post turned some heads when they showed Ken Cuccinelli with a 10-point lead among “certain” voters (and a 5-point lead among all registered voters). Today, NBC/Marist shows Cuccinelli ahead of Terry McAuliffe 45%-42% among likely voters. Before we get into the differences between the two surveys, some other good news […]
Norm took a quick look at Quinnipiac’s poll earlier today, but a few things jumped out to me that I wanted to highlight. First, Cuccinelli leads McAuliffe for the first time in a Quinnipiac poll, but its within the margin of error: 40%-38%. Previous polls from Q-pac: 38%-38% (Feb. 20), 39%-40% (Jan. 9), 37%-41% (Nov. […]
Quinnipiac University’s polling unit has been in the field and their numbers on the Virginia gubernatorial race show the contest between Republican Ken Cuccinelli and Democrat Terry McAuliffe statistically tied among registered voters. The margin of error is 2.9 percent. Numbers from PPP released on Tuesday showed McAuliffe with a five point lead. When Quinnipiac […]