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That's because...
That's because you apparently don't know what a push poll is. The South Carolina calls were push-polls. This poll took over 15 minutes, happened four months before the election, and disclosed who was behind the call. There is nothing to suggest it wasn't legitimate.

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Correct, VA Blogger......
Some of the questions I was asked could have constituted a push poll if asked by themselves, quickly, with Creigh Deeds named, and then the caller hung up after a minute or two or three.

But in the larger context, this clearly wasn't a push poll.

And I should have noted in my diary that Deeds WAS NOT NAMED in association with any of the "push poll-quality" questions!  The questions were phrased, for example, as "would you be more likely to less likely to vote for a candidate who beats his wife," not as "would you be more likely or less likely to vote for Creigh Deeds if you knew he beats his wife."  So that further legitimizes the poll itself.

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