FriendlyJock02 saidSorry to put a damper on the party. Did you read the comments on the link. One person pointed out something you should all take note of:
This is the same poll that in 2010 said that the Republicans would pick up 7 to 10 seats in the House and 3 or 4 Senate seats. And how did that work out?
I hate to put a damper on your delusional dreaming - but a non-partisan fact-based analysis of the final poll predictions that were made by all the major pollsters for the 2010 election - was done right after the actual result numbers came in for the 2010 election.http://fivethirtyeight.blogs.nytimes.com/2010/11/04/rasmussen-polls-were-biased-and-inaccurate-quinnipiac-surveyusa-performed-strongly/
The poll predictions made by all the pollsters were compared to the actual final result numbers and rated for accuracy and for any bias.
The Quinnipiac poll prediction for 2010 was rated as the MOST ACCURATE of all the pollsters.
So the claim that you cite that the Quinnipiac polls were wrong in 2010 is TOTAL BULLSHIT.
BTW - the pollster that was found to be the least accurate and most biased was the right-wing Rasmussen.