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OMFG murdoch uses yougov pollsters to dispense anti-libdem propaganda

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Heathcliffscathy · 22/04/2010 01:27

and totally skews poll!

this should be illegal! yougov senior management should resign!

talk about dark forces at work, scroll down to the comment from the yougov spokesman!!!!

here

this is OUTRAGEOUS whatever your political persuasion!

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animula · 22/04/2010 01:32
Shock
Heathcliffscathy · 22/04/2010 01:35

I KNOW!!!!

dark dark dark forces!!!

little joepublicelectorate doesn't really stand a chance...

must try to keep this bumped for tomorrow...will you help animula, people should know about this crap!

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animula · 22/04/2010 01:41

Oh, I think so.

Actually, it's almost funny. (It;s late, forgive me.) this election has it all now. all it needs is some "confusion" about the polls not collecting the votes in a couple of key areas and we're on the way to a truly memorable election.

animula · 22/04/2010 01:42

Disclaimer - i do realise it's not quite on that scale.

Heathcliffscathy · 22/04/2010 01:43

yes, and cameron saying 'don't worry my cousin has [insert swing constituency here] covered' in a george bush like way.

then we'd be all boxes ticked.

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animula · 22/04/2010 01:50

eeek!

btw - I've put something in "chat". hope it's OK.

vesela · 22/04/2010 08:29

sophable - YouGov also found 49% of people would vote Lib Dem if they thought they could win. They weren't publicising that poll at first, but YouGov head Peter Kellner mentioned it on air yesterday.

49%!

(and they can win. Labour is on the run.)

scaryteacher · 22/04/2010 08:52

Kellner is close friend of TB and married to Baroness Ashton, the new EU High representative for Foreign Affairs, a labour shoe in.

TheHeathenOfSuburbia · 22/04/2010 12:06

Mmm. A push poll, they call it in the States. Thought Yougov was better than that.

gingercat12 · 22/04/2010 12:14

I thought you might like this

Heathcliffscathy · 22/04/2010 14:17

bump for afternoon posse.

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Heathcliffscathy · 22/04/2010 14:18

gingercat that is superb and deserves it's own thread!

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Molesworth · 22/04/2010 14:23
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Heathcliffscathy · 22/04/2010 14:27

i know...

so you thought that polls were for polling people's opinions? think again!

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animula · 22/04/2010 18:30

Reading it again, it's remarkably as though they were running some potential "new stories" (slurs?) past their focus group, too.

Kevlarhead · 22/04/2010 21:50

There's a reason they call it 'YesGuv'...

crystal123 · 22/04/2010 22:00

LOL!! What a load of whingers! But you didn't moan when Clegg did well. Clegg floundered on most questions! Particularly on his 'amnesty' Good on yer Cameron.

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