- — Alison Redford (@Premier_Redford)Wed, May 15 2013 05:50:00
- — Maatje Stamp-Vincent (@MaachaNWBC)Wed, May 15 2013 16:59:23My advice to media & pollsters? Don't tell voters what they're going to do. They manage to get the last word every time! Surprise! #bcpoli
- — Adam Seven (@NoMedium)Wed, May 15 2013 16:37:09
- The results had many questioning whether polls can be trusted.
- — Anthony Floyd (@AnthonyFloyd)Wed, May 15 2013 16:07:52I don't know why everyone's surprised at the polls being wrong, BC drivers don't signal their intentions, why should voters? #bcpoli
- — Tyler Noble (@tnoble)Wed, May 15 2013 16:05:08Just thinking about telephone opinion polling. How much of a factor is caller ID nowadays? Obviously pollsters getting bad samples.. #bcpoli
- And more than a few twitter users took a shot at pollsters.
- — Bill Brasky (@Polkameister)Wed, May 15 2013 16:59:57
- — Jamie Callingham (@COALM)Wed, May 15 2013 17:05:39My new Polling company will have a logo of either a question mark or a liquor bottle, cause some of these pollster have to be drunk! #bcpoli
B.C. Liberal win prompts pollster backlash on social media
The backlash against pollster in the wake of the B.C. Liberals' surprise win last night was swift.
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