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Psychic Octopus
Junior Chimp
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« on: November 01, 2010, 08:21:11 PM »

I'm still betting on Murray holding this one, by a narrow margin. I would love to see Rossi win, but I don't think it is in the cards.

One poll shows a Murray lead of 4% before the election and it's "too close to call" or something, but when Rossi's up by 2 in one poll Democrats are like "Oh my fkn GOD!  SHE IS SO SCREWED!" 


Snap out of it.  Murray's not screwed. It's going to be a close race, either candidate could win. 

Thank you for being a voice of reason.

PPP, for some reason or another, is held as the word of god by most people here. I don't really see what makes it so special, other then a tendency to show trends. PPP has a tendency to be volatile.
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Psychic Octopus
Junior Chimp
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« Reply #1 on: November 01, 2010, 10:32:48 PM »

One poll shows a Murray lead of 4% before the election and it's "too close to call" or something, but when Rossi's up by 2 in one poll Democrats are like "Oh my fkn GOD!  SHE IS SO SCREWED!" 


Snap out of it.  Murray's not screwed. It's going to be a close race, either candidate could win. 

Thank you for being a voice of reason.

PPP, for some reason or another, is held as the word of god by most people here. I don't really see what makes it so special, other then a tendency to show trends. PPP has a tendency to be volatile.
They were generally very accurate in the primaries they polled. They have a good polling record. And they release their data and are very transparent in their work.

True, but it seems that they are treated as the go-to poll, and I don't like having a class-A poll. Wink Just my mindset. Gut and Brain say Murray is leading, doesn't mean they're wrong, but I have difficulty seeing Rossi's victory.

I can hope, though.
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