Ten days ago Oregon, Alabama, Oklahoma and Texas A&M were all undefeated and were ranked among the top 6 college football teams in the country. That was ten days ago.
Ten days ago, we learned of the first case of Ebola in the U.S. We now know a whole lot more about the spread of this horrific disease.
And ten days ago, the race between Rick Scott and Charlie Crist was a different animal. In fact, ten days ago the general consensus was that Charlie was behind but closing. That is no longer the case.
Did they simply forget that they did it? Did it get lost somewhere and they figured now is a good time to release it? Ten days? Really?
And did it really take them 11 days to conduct a tracker? Who even thinks of that?
If – IF! – today was October 2nd and I wanted to put it to the salt shaker test, I might have questioned a poll that was weighted to show 32% “IND” voters – a fiction that will simple not happen. I might also question a poll that had 3 points more Democrats than Republicans – also an Florida Democratic Party fantasy. Further, I would shed doubt on a poll that forgot to test Adrian Wyllie and relegated him and the other NPA candidates to “other.”
But it’s not, so I won’t.
This poll is not even worth wasting a grain of salt on. So put away the saltshaker and ignore this one completely.