Gallup recently reported that its generic ballot poll favored Democrats by 6 points.
Seemed a little odd, since other pollsters, especially Rasmussen, had given Republicans an increasing edge.
The editors at www.redstate.com took a closer look. They say that Gallup lied about their results. When they looked into the matter they saw that Gallup had polled all adults to give the Dems a lead and polled Republicans by registered voters. So they did not use equal methods in doing their research. With the Daily Kos recent scuffle with their pollster, it’s alarming how sources like to shape their news.
Meanwhile, hotlineoncall.nationaljournal.com writer Reid Wilson reports that the Democrats aren’t disclosing their most recent House polls. The conclusion he draws is that the results must be dismal for them. Otherwise they would use the information to boost fund raising.
Also, he finds the Democratic Congressional Committe has made massive TV air buys. Wilson senses they are just as worried about incumbents as freshmen or they wouldn’t buy ads so heavily.