Trunk, if you can make

Trunk, if you can make head or tail of Daves’s explanation, you’re a better man than I am. He goes on and on about how they allocate “leaners,” but presumably they allocated leaners in their prior poll as well, so that can’t explain why the percentage of Democrats in the sample went from 40% to 51%. And he keeps saying that the percentage of “strong Democrats” in their most recent poll is EXACTLY the same as the Voter News Service percentage in 2000. That, of course, proves nothing unless we know how the remaining voters (a large majority of the sample) were allocated. In short, Daves gives no coherent explanation of why the Democratic proportion of the sample went from 40% to 51% in twelve days.


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