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by Joseph Melillo | Sep 3, 2010 4:00am
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Posted to: Election 2010, LocalOnlineNews.TV

Joe Melillo of LocalOnlineNews.TV asks Quinnipiac University Poll Director Doug Schwartz to explain how the last pre-primary poll in the Democratic contest for governor could have been wrong in predicting the outcome. Click the play arrow to find out.

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posted by: Tessa Marquis | September 3, 2010  8:12am

Unsatisfactory.

Q Poll “Nailed It” with Republican Senate Primary but in Democratic Governor’s Primary there were too many who changed their minds and/or didn’t vote?  That sounds apples-to-oranges with different races.

Was the Q Poll so very wrong on other Democratic Party Primaries? So very right on the other Republican Primaries?

I think we need a Bigelow map…

posted by: CharlesH | September 3, 2010  6:01pm

Many observers were wondering what on earth Schwartz was thinking about by dropping a poll the day before the primary.