What’s the Real Reason CNN & Des Moines Register Suddenly Canceled that Caucus Poll?
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CNN and the Des Moines Register announced at the very last minute the cancellation of one of the most important polls of the Iowa caucus.
The largest newspaper in the state released a statement explaining that Mayor Pete Buttigieg’s name had been excluded from at least one surveyor’s polling questions.
“The Des Moines Register, CNN and Selzer & Co. have made the decision to not release the final installment of the CNN/Des Moines Register/Mediacom poll as planned this evening.
“Nothing is more important to the Register and its polling partners than the integrity of the Iowa Poll. Today, a respondent raised an issue with the way the survey was administered, which could have compromised the results of the poll. It appears a candidate’s name was omitted in at least one interview in which the respondent was asked to name their preferred candidate.
“While this appears to be isolated to one surveyor, we cannot confirm that with certainty. Therefore, the partners made the difficult decision to not to move forward with releasing the Iowa Poll.”
I’m not sure I believe the newspaper’s explanation, folks.
What if the real reason has more to do with who won the CNN/Des Moines Register poll? What if the poll showed Sen. Bernie Sanders had a commanding lead why Sen. Elizabeth Warren and former Vice President Joe Biden had plummeted?
Something shady is going on in Des Moines.