Posted by Robert E. Waters on Saturday, November 3, 2012
Here are some thoughts from Michael C. Franc of the Heritage Foundation about a much-discussed subject this year among the un-coopted in the media: whether the model being consistently used to select the sample for this year's polls might not be skewed dramatically in favor of the president.
If so, President-elect Romney may be giving his victory statement in time for the kids to hear it before they go to bed.
And the media will once again be wiping electoral egg off their collective face, as they had to in 2000.
By the way, this year the Democrats aren't waiting to lose before they start whining.
HT: Real Clear Politics.