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  • But what is significant about these polls is how they figure into the long-standing understanding of polls that they naturally tend to favor Democrats for various reasons (sometimes bias in polltaker, sometimes just how the demographic works).

    Discourse.net: Doctors Support the Public Option

  • Mark Penn, who was Bill Clinton's polltaker, said -- before Tucson -- that "Obama needs his own Oklahoma City."

    Rush Bails Water

  • Mark Penn, who was Bill Clinton's polltaker, said -- before Tucson -- that "Obama needs his own Oklahoma City."

    Rush Bails Water

  • "They're a significant number," says Mark Mellman, the polltaker for Sen. Harry Reid of Nevada, "and a decisive number."

    Obama’s Indie Crash

  • In a new survey by GOP polltaker Frank Luntz, the contract's call for beefing up the Pentagon finished dead last among the voters 'priorities.

    Dole's Virtual Presidency

  • "" The Republicans don't dare walk away from it, '' says polltaker Luntz.

    Dole's Virtual Presidency

  • Now it's the political system's turn to be down-sized and out-sourced and more carefully focused, says polltaker Mike McKeon.

    Rolling Thunder

  • "It's a new era," says Stan Greenberg, Clinton's polltaker.

    Clinton's Revolution

  • Last February, sources tell NEWSWEEK, Mulford invited polltaker Gordon Black to Dallas for an audience with Perot.

    Let The Party Begin

  • "" This is the green-pants crowd, '' says Democratic polltaker Harrison Hickman.

    Now, The Volvo Republicans

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