Quinnipiac: Tie in CT, Cuomo+20 in NY (user search)

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« on: October 08, 2014, 04:53:53 PM »

To be fair, I think sometimes the simple act of living in a state gives you an (unconscious) bias. I'm guessing when you "travel round the state", you aren't exactly criss-crossing all through Connecticut examining every demographic at play, are you? Of course not, because you're not mental. People select the people they talk politics with; so when you talk politics with people, they're more likely to reciprocate if you share a mutual dislike of Malloy.

And, frankly, people like to moan about politicians, but most people prefer status quo in most cases. Even in 2010, a supposed "anti-incumbency" year; only four incumbent Senators and Governors were defeated (Strickland, Culver, Lincoln and Feingold)
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