Poll data sucks. There, I said it. Regardless if it's slanted to make it look as if one particular person or party can't do anything right or if it's geared to make it look as if they're the second coming of the Messiah, polls (especially on the Internet) cannot accurately predict or summarize the overall atmosphere or thoughts of a nation. Even if you collected the information of the "most trusted" sources and took averages, the numbers that generate would still be a small figment of the actual voting population. Case in point, over 120 Million people voted in the last presidential election. How can any 24 hour poll that takes in the opinions of a few thousand mean anything substantial? To prove a point, I have provided a simple, yet mindlessly rhetorical question... Person #1 takes a test that has only 27 questions, gets 25 of them right and passes with a 93%. Person #2 takes a test on the same subject that has 143 questions and answers only 86 of them correctly, barely passing with a 60%. But who's smarter and why? Your answers will reveal much about your political beliefs. Give it a shot.