A poll Joe Miller can't manipulate; the new migrant workers
Maybe Joe Miller shouldn't have sworn off manipulating poll results. Documents ordered released this week by a judge show that the Republican nominee for Senate in Alaska, in his previous job, admitted to surreptitiously using office colleagues' computers to participate in an online poll, then hiding the evidence. Now comes a Hays Research Group poll showing him in third place in the race: 23 percent, as compared to 34 percent for the write-in candidate (that would be incumbent Republican Sen. Lisa Murkowski) and 29 percent for Democrat Scott McAdams. Alaskans: lock your laptops.
The Labor Department reports today that new unemployment claims hit a three-month low. But the good news is expected to be temporary, as large numbers of migrant Democrats start looking for work next Wednesday.
| October 28, 2010; 11:57 AM ET
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