Wednesday, March 17, 2010

Polls No Longer Viable

UPDATE: Interesting tidbit of info... at the end of 2008, one in five homes did NOT have a landline telephone, and that rate had grown by over 2% the latter half of 2008. According to the CDC, this is the most recent data available by the federal government.

http://www.cdc.gov/NCHS/data/nhis/earlyrelease/wireless200905.htm

Who is at home with a land-line to receive the calls from pollsters?

Hmmm.

Most of the working class struggling to decide between an insurance premium or a light bill, gave up the land-line telephone in favor of a cellphone years ago.

Therefore, most of the polled public that is cited by the media, mostly on FOX, is not representative of the general public at large, who would be helped greatly by the health reform bill.

Telephone polls are no longer a viable method of gauging public opinion.

Wake up America!




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