Tactics and Substance in the 2004 Elections GoogleNews: Howard Dean

August 28, 2003

by J

Odd Polling in New Hampshire

So this is a bit strange. A New Hampshire resident posted the following on a public forum the other day:
I also got a really strange polling telephone call yesterday, with all sorts of questions about Dean vs. Kerry. Like if Kerry is for medical marijuana and Dean isn't, would I still vote for Dean? And if Dean has more charisma but Kerry could beat Bush in the fall, would I still vote for Dean in the primary? Very strange questions.
Very odd. Was it the Kerry campaign? The DNC? It doesn't sound like the sort of questions DFA would ask. Who would want to know these things? Have I mentioned that I really hate polls?
Posted by J at August 28, 2003 03:37 PM

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