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Previous Daily Kos Poll On Rand Paul Was Woefully Inaccurate

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Paul Joseph Watson
Prison Planet.com
Friday, May 28, 2010

RELATED: Daily Kos Releases Dubious Poll To Undermine Support For Rand Paul

A dubious new Daily Kos poll claims that Rand Paul’s lead over Democrat opponent Jack Conway has shrunk to just 3 points in the aftermath of the corporate media’s baseless smear attack on the Kentucky primary winner, but a previous Daily Kos poll conducted just a week before voting took place in the primary said that Paul was a mere 3 points ahead of neo-con opponent Trey Grayson, an election he ended up winning by over 23 points.

“Today’s newly released poll shows Paul with a mere three-point lead. So, you might say, he’s collapsed, right? Yeah, except that this is a Daily Kos poll. The last Daily Kos poll, taken one week before the primary, also showed Paul with a three-point lead,” writes The Washington Examiner’s David Freddoso today.

As we explained in our earlier article, the Daily Kos poll has little credibility in comparison with a Rasmussen poll which showed Rand Paul had a mammoth 25 point lead over Conway, especially given the fact that Daily Kos is a neo-liberal website run by an establishment apologist and a CIA trainee who routinely attacks independent politicians who are not part of the two party system.

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