Why excise union members and families?

Reader comment on: A Slanted New York Times Poll

Submitted by ben (United States), Mar 1, 2011 11:31

Aren't union members people too? Aren't they Americans? Why should we take them out of a poll? That would be like polling on race relations and taking out the black people because they are biased.


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The Future of Capitalism replies:

I'm just saying including the public sector union members in a poll headlined "Public backs public sector union members" skews the results, or at the very least is tautological.

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