Seniors are the least likely to say they want more government services in a range of areas, and electorally interested seniors hold distinct views from their less interested counterparts, Dan Balz and Jon Cohen write in a new article. Here are some additional highlights from the Post-Kaiser-Harvard study: Distaste for...
| October 13, 2010; 3:17 PM ET |
Categories: Guns, Health care, Polls, Post Polls | Tags: 2010, federal government, midterms, obama, role of government, seniors, young adults
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In a new analysis sure to add to the uncertainty about the upcoming election, the Pew Research Center reports that a large number of pre-election polls might be biased. Polls that don't interview people on cellphones are producing potentially inaccurate results, according to the Pew study. The vast majority of...