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Waring leads, but many undecideds in CD3 (access required)

A recent poll that showed Jim Waring was leading the pack of contenders in Arizona Congressional District 3, but only 28 percent of those surveyed had decided who they plan to vote for.

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  1. This poll is completely worthless.

    First of all, the man in charge of conducting this poll is working for Jim Waring’s campaign, and is a close personal friend. It’s hardly an unbiased poll.

    Secondly, 72% of the poll respondents had not made up their mind! Which means only 14% of the people in this “poll” picked Jim Waring.

    There’s liars, damn liars, and statisticians.

  2. This race is wide open. In essence Waring is getting 50% of 28% which is 14% of everyone polled.

    To spin it any other way is a disservice to the truth.

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