Pelosi and Fun With Polls
Here's a good example of why you should read past the headlines.
Consider these two articles:
By a 2-to-1 margin, Democratic voters want Rep. Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) to be House speaker in the new Congress, according to a new POLITICO/Morning Consult survey.
...A majority of Democratic and Democratic-leaning independent voters (53 percent) would like to see Pelosi be the next speaker, according to a Quinnipiac University poll, while only 27 percent don’t want to see that. A CBS News poll finds 49 percent of self-identified Democrats think Pelosi should be the next speaker, compared to 40 percent who want another Democrat.
Nearly half of Democrats don't want Nancy Pelosi to return to her role as Speaker of the House!
That’s according to a new CBS News poll of 1,100 adults, which found that 40% do not want Pelosi to be elected Speaker of the House when Democrats return to hold the majority in the House of Representatives in January.
That's quite a difference in spin for the exact same poll!
As for this newfound love for Pelosi with Dems, I find that to be as dubious as the polls showing enthusiasm for Biden.
It was only last week that polls showed Dem voters were tired of Pelosi.
Meanwhile, Trump says, "I've got your back, Nancy."