Polling in the Darling/Wasserman Race
The interviewer didn’t know how to pronounce “Wasserman.”
That was the one question. No demographics. No “push polling.” Just vote preference.
We asked him from where he was calling. He said “Central America,” and then quickly corrected himself saying “Florida.”
We asked him who was paying for the poll: Darling, Wasserman or some other organization. He said some other organization, but didn’t see to want to give more information.
We pressed him on the name of the firm that was doing the research and he said “WC Research.”
Whoever is paying for this poll needs to see that the interviewers at least know how to pronounce the candidates names.
Labels: Public Opinion Polls