Tuesday, April 17, 2012
Do pollsters ever flat-out lie? In an age of innocence, 1940, GOP presidential candidate Wendell Willkie, told aide Henry Taylor he was interested in this "Gallup Poll" thing and wondered if you could buy yourself a good result. It never went beyond that idle question when polls were new and Willkie's reputation shouldn't suffer one whit. Former New York Congressman JOHN LeBOUTILLIER visits Sara and Barry to deal with the "odd" poll that puts Obama ahead in a race with Mitt Romney and any and all other aspects of the Republican Party race.
Posted by Sara Pentz at 4:09 PM