If you’ve struggled to find humor in politics recently, rejoice. At least the skewed-polls people are still around.
Yesterday, Chris Stirewalt blogged for Fox News that polls overstate support for gay marriage. Voicing a similar belief, leading social conservative Gary Bauer showed little concern over public opinion, telling Fox’s Chris Wallace: “No, I’m not worried about it because the polls are skewed, Chris. Just this past November, four states, very liberal states, voted on this issue. And my side lost all four of those votes. But my side had 45, 46 percent of the vote in all four of those liberal states.”
As with many fallacies, there’s an iota of truth here. [cont.]
Brice D. L. Acree, MarginOfError.org
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