It looks like a push-polling
exercise to fabricate a position which won t be a fair representation of the views of South Australians.
usually preys on poorly-educated voters who typically spread the misconception planted by the pollster.
Her campaign denied to media including the Los Angeles Times that she was engaging in push-polling
, only to publish the results of those polls the next day.
, if you aren't familiar with the term, is a sneaky technique where you call up voters, and ask them questions that are supposed to sound like a survey, but are really an attempt to make people change their minds-questions like: "Does Senator Smith's history of arrests in public restrooms for indecent behavior make you more or less likely to vote for him?
By first grade he was push-polling
against my run for president of the Wellesley College Young Republicans organization," said Sen.
According to Heller, the campaign hadn't wanted the push-polling