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Ideology, the Tie That Blinds II

With election day just around the corner, polling data is flying everywhere. Normally, we like to say the numbers don't lie, but in the case of the Minneapolis Star Tribune, you have to wonder.

In a poll released today, the Star Tribune claims Kerry leads Bush in Minnesota 49% to 41%.

This is in sharp contrast to Minnesota Public Radio's poll that finds Bush ahead 48% to 47%.

Of course the bias of the Star Tribune polls is nothing new. They were shown to underrepresent Republican voters in 2002, a charge that has been renewed again this year, and will be easily confirmed in 48 hours.

Congratulations to the Star Tribune, for proving once again, that ideology is the tie that blinds!


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