How the poll was conducted

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  • Updated: November 8, 2011 - 12:11 AM

HOW THE POLL WAS CONDUCTED

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tom1013Nov. 8, 11 8:14 AM

I was called twice and asked if I would support amending the constitution. I wanted to know who was doing the poll, both times the caller refused to tell me. I don't like giving my opinion to shadowy, secretive organizations, so I asked for their supervisor and I was hung up on. I can't see anything good coming from this legislation, I wish the subject would just be dropped and everyone would stop meddling in the lives of others. It seems as though many people who want less Government in our lives are the same ones who want to use the government to control other people's lives.

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dewarfNov. 8, 1110:20 AM

And the question was? I notice you make a disclaimer based on the wording of the question. So what was the question? Remember, after your November 2010 poll that predicted a Mark Dayton victory of double digits just days prior to the actual election (and he won by less than 1%), you don't have a lot of credibility with your readers. And THAT was an easy question to ask. Try being transparent and your poll results will become more trustworthy. You should have nothing to hide. Or do you?

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