So if you’re working for a politician who is gauging public opinion, tell him or her to stick to scientific polling research. In short, leave the self-selecting surveys to radio talk show hosts.
Conservative Party leadership hopeful Peter MacKay might have been influenced by 'applause lines' a few weeks ago when he posted a controversial comment on Twitter about counter-protesters who removed blockades erected by eco-activists. The Hill Times photograph by Jake Wright
OAKVILLE, ONT.—Given my status as a “pundit,” I occasionally appear on radio talk shows to discuss all things political and sometimes I’ll get into trouble with the host.
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