Polls Be Gone

Friday, October 22, 2004

Election polling will soon come to an end, and the public will once again be free to keep its opinions to itself. Pollsters will likely use the quiet to recalibrate their methodologies in preparation for the next big race. But some skeptics aren't convinced that progress lies in creating a better poll. They want to get rid of polls altogether. Bob chats with Arianna Huffington, one such skeptic, about her Partnership for a Poll Free America.

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