PA pollster calls state “too close to call,” discusses polling bias and criticism By Hot Air Reporter Ed Morrissey 11/1/12

Posted on November 1, 2012. Filed under: General Surveys, In The News |

SP&R President and Pollster, Jim Lee, discussing the presidential race in PA and issues between conflicting polling results on HotAir.com with Ed Morrissey. Click here to view the article and listen to the interview: http://hotair.com/archives/2012/11/01/video-pa-pollster-calls-state-too-close-to-call-discusses-polling-bias-and-criticism/

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