Normally, if people want to make complete fools of themselves, over and over, I'd say, "Do you."
But you mislead a lot of people, including those we all know you agree with and are trying to help.
Bill Nelson never got better than even. Never. Think, folks. He just started to return fire. He was able to close it. But he never led Rick Scott.
Sorry. Never. Led.
This is state is not decided by 7 or 13 points. Quinnipiac and CNN, now I'm talking to you.
At least they tried after their 2016 blunder. They fired their old pollster and hired another one. I understand, it must've been a lot of pressure for them in their first year, and we're going to give them a break.
To make a very long story short, innovators lost the debate and the legacy pollsters won it, largely due to forecasters cheering them on and the media declaring what is and is not accurate.
And for what? The Cool Club and the money? Sad.
Someone pry the random digital dialer and call centers from their cold, dead, inaccurate hands and tell them to move into the 21st century.
Let's start with the Quinnipiac University Poll in Florida...
Bill Nelson and Andrew Gillum led Rick Scott and Ron DeSantis by 7%.
Really, are they?
How the hell do they know? They self-identified, which indicates Quinnipiac 1) did not use a voter file and 2) B/C they don't use it, they can't even verify if those are in fact voters.
But let's pretend...
If someone reading this is tired of being wrong and embarrassed come Wednesdays, they can privately DM me and can privately talk about this more.