POLL DU JOUR
60 percent of voters in battleground states have received recorded “robocall” campaign messages from President Obama and Mitt Romney.
77 percent say the calls are a “minor annoyance”; 20 percent say the calls make them angry.
42 percent of all voters, 41 percent of voters in blue states and 33 percent of voters in red states have received the robocalls.
81 percent of all voters, 85 percent of blue state voters and 79 percent of red state voters say the calls are an annoyance.
16 percent of all voters, 13 percent of blue state voters and 17 percent of red state voters say the calls make them angry.
64 percent of battleground voters don’t listen to the calls; 69 percent of all voters, 71 percent of blue state voters and 72 percent of red state voters do not listen to the calls.
Source: A Pew Research Center poll of 1,678 registered U.S. voters, plus 574 red state voters, 722 blue state voters and 382 battleground-state voters, conducted Oct. 25-28. ‘tabloid climatologists’ will pervert science and try to claim Sandy as some sort of ‘proof’ of man-made global warming. The new normal for climate activists is their ever shifting claims as they morph the entire anthropogenic global warming argument to focus on extreme weather,” offers Climate Depot founder Marc Morano, countering Mr. Gore, Meghan McCain and other “warmists” speaking out on the hurricane, plus the press coverage they engender.