Any thought on why CA is producing biased polling reports with regard to marijuana’s outlook on legalization?
The polling that’s getting done for proposition 19 is only calling land line phones. Generally speaking, only older people still use land lines, generally speaking, the majority of older people oppose prop 19.
They are releasing polling that’s based entirely on land line polling, does anyone else see a problem with this?
It’s no secret the younger ages are the biggest proponents of it’s legalization, coincidentally, they’re also the ones without land line phones.
Proposition 19 is expected to set record breaking numbers with regard to our young adults coming out and voting who normally wouldn’t.
That being said, is it fair to say these polls are baseless and just being used a means to sway those on the fence into the opposition?
I don’t understand why they would think land line polling in 2010, with the youth being the biggest factor, would be an accurate way of polling CA residents.
Do you agree?
It is my humble opinion that the numbers aren’t close at all. They’re using a biased, inaccurate method to polls residents which isn’t not a reflection of the entire voting poll for certain.