Although I have a preference in the upcoming US election, I’ve refrained from commenting, because (i) I don’t think I’ll make a significant difference (ii) more importantly, I’d find it offensive if someone in the US was trying to tell me why I should or should not vote Blair/Kennedy/this season’s Tory leader, so I’m avoiding hypocrisy.
Still, the Current Electoral Vote Predictor 2004 is one to make all but Karl Rove shudder. If you’re being polled for it, lie! Let’s make the polls really inaccurate so the two sides don’t know what’s going on, and have to fight it on their manifestos for the future, rather than stupid name-calling about 30 years ago.
(Link thanks to Lance over at Davos Newbies, back from the summer break with a vengeance.)
- These posts might be related (the database thinks..):
- And those people who voted for Mr Bush are the jam.... (19 November 2004; score: 60.8%)
- That's funny, I thought the answer was 'an iPod' or 'Robosapien' (7 December 2004; score: 34.62%)
- At the Guardian: the Tech Weekly podcast (13 February 2008; score: 30.64%)