- Open letter to PM Trudeau & Dr Tam re Covid-19 spread April 14, 2020
- Articles by Oleh Iwanyshyn in National NewsWatch February 11, 2019
- How Polls, the News Media, and Putin gave Trump the Presidency January 21, 2019
- The CBC will run out of money before excuses April 26, 2018
- Propagating the Myth of a “Divided America” April 26, 2018
- Why Canadian TV drama avoids gut issues December 26, 2017
- The problem with Canadian TV December 26, 2017
- NSA spying, Edward Snowden, and the Polls: Misrepresenting public opinion June 2, 2015
- Election Poll Update on Why U.S. polls are better at predicting election results
- Brenda Hayward on The Vilification of Québec’s Charter of Values by English Media and Opinion Polls
- Madelaine on Polls and Pat Downs: Questionable Results and Misguided Narratives
- http://yahoo.com on Do Polls Work?
- Richard H Harris on Pollsters use leading questions to manipulate the uninformed
Tag Archives: media influence
Raising the Debt Ceiling: a Nation Divided, or Is It Just the Polls?
Polls have not done a good job of communicating public opinion in the debt ceiling debate. In fact, they made a bad situation worse. Creating the perception of a divided public The polls would have you believe that half of America … Continue reading
Do Polls Work?
In an article posted on June 17, 2011 on the iPolitics website, Frank Graves, head of the polling firm EKOS , attempted to explain why his final poll failed so badly in predicting the Conservative majority in the 2011 Federal … Continue reading
Posted in Polling Tagged 2011 Election polls, accuracy, Bloc Québecois, Canadian Federal Election, Conservative majority, Democratic bias, false narrative, Harry Reid, Jack Layton, Liberals, media influence, NDP wave, partisan polling, poll predictions, public opinion, Republican bias, Spiral of Silence 1 Comment