When I summon up the courage to watch the news these days, in most cases I’m confronted by a poll of some sort.
I’ve never been polled, but the way the results are presented I might be the only person in
Depending on the pollster, the network and day of the week I’ve come up with the following conclusions.
- People want Healthcare Reform.
- People don’t want Healthcare Reform.
- People like the job the President is doing.
- People don’t like the job the President is doing.
- The BCS stinks. (Have to admit I agree with that one.)
Polls are called “scientific.” Not being a mathematician, I guess I’ll have to take their word for it. But how can a survey of a few hundred people truly be representative of a nation of 300 MILLION people?
One thing is for sure, there are two types of politicians out there. Those who let the polls drive them are followers. Those that ignore them are leaders.
John W. Scherer
John is CEO & Founder of Video Professor, Inc.
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