Polls are interesting, to say the least. 2008 may be the year during which Americans get polled more than any previous year in our history. Looking at today's news from Iowa, we have more polls than caucus-goers, it seems. And the polls show any number of candidates winning both GOP and Democratic contests.
My two polls - the one here yesterday and the one at DailyKos, are no more scientific than polls of TV viewers by stations like KTUU, or by Ivan Moore, for examples. And, unlike theirs, my Kos poll had a couple layers of humor in it. Here are the results, so far:
Will Alaskans Return Ted Stevens to the U.S. Senate, Even If He's Indicted Before the November 2008 Election?
Some of the comments at the Kos post are hilarious - as usual. As I said yesterday, "It is often difficult to explain Alaska to outsiders."