Yesterday’s St. Paul Pioneer Press

Yesterday’s St. Paul Pioneer Press carried a column I had missed about its internal deliberations over its Mondale/Coleman poll. The column suggests that the Mason-Dixon organization intensified its polling efforts toward the end of the Wednesday-Friday polling period. I wonder if the “snapshot” captured by the poll results reflects Coleman momentum that picked up during the week as the state felt the aftershocks of the Wellstone death rally. The column is “Election turmoil raised question when, whether to poll voters.”


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