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Self-selecting polls - US style.


In a *hugely* encouraging development, the media and political classes across the Pond are taking a positive poll for Hillary Clinton seriously. A self-selecting poll at Time.com has been followed up by ABC.com, and notes '53 percent of those surveyed have a favorable impression of the freshman Senator'. Time is not exactly a neutral title (and has been dubbed part of the liberal septet that dominates the US national media), and that only 53% of its readers like HC should be a cause for alarm. Although there is no real equivalent of Time in these parts, similar readings for propective candidates from click polls on a UK news site would be pretty predictable.

Anyway, run Hillary run - and we can then have the pleasure of seeing John McCain wipe the floor with you.

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