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Public Policy Polling most accurate predictor of 2012 elections

Fordham University has ranked the polls that predicted the outcome of the presidential election, and Raleigh-based Public Policy Polling came in first—and second.

One of the polls conducted by the Democratic-leaning firm was independent and the other in tandem with Daily Kos and the Service Emplyoees International Union.

Here are the full rankings:

1. PPP (D)*

1. Daily Kos/SEIU/PPP*

3. YouGov*

4. Ipsos/Reuters*

5. Purple Strategies

6. NBC/WSJ

6. CBS/NYT

6. YouGov/Economist

9. UPI/CVOTER

10. IBD/TIPP

11. Angus-Reid*

12. ABC/WP*

13. Pew Research*

13. Hartford Courant/UConn*

15. CNN/ORC

15. Monmouth/SurveyUSA

15. Politico/GWU/Battleground

15. FOX News

15. Washington Times/JZ Analytics

15. Newsmax/JZ Analytics

15. American Research Group

15. Gravis Marketing

23. Democracy Corps (D)*

24. Rasmussen

24. Gallup

26. NPR

27. National Journal*

28. AP/GfK


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Would you say the same

if Obongo had lost?  Thousands/millions of pending business deals and negotiations went

down the crapper yesterday as a result.  The worst is yet to come.  Suffer.

let's hear from the rightwing posters on this one

Where are you fellows? We can now compare the actual outcome of the election with the accuracy of various polling firms. And guess what? That so-called "liberal shill for the Democratic party" firm PPP placed FIRST in accuracy. You know? The firm you insisted had a bias toward Obama.

Care to comment, fellas?

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