So after leaving work cranky I listened to NPR in the car cranky. I expect a little more from NPR then (than?) other news outlets and they are saying ITS SUCH A TIGHT RACE between Obama and Romney.
BUT then they say that Obama is polling way ahead with women and hispanics [latinos]. Sooooo….
How do both of those stats work??? I am guessing they polled 50 white men and since thats split they said its a close race.
I know the news outlets really want this to be a close race to boost stats but come on. Its not close.
I wish they cited their polls and sampling population better instead of just throwing shit around. Because, truthfully–statistics can be reported in a way that makes them biased any way you want. I expect more of npr.
Sorry for my long absence. I have a very intense learning environment and some hard family stuff. I will be back but maybe not consistently for a bit.