Saturday, May 03, 2003

Lies, damn lies, and polls

I recently wrote about how deliberative democracy is (observably) a fantasy, and how people have poorly defined preferences in many situations, and so are open to having their answer influenced through how the question is phrased. This article discusses how these two facts come together in political polling, demonstrating how polls are a terrible way to get certain kinds of information.


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