PPP polls 2016 Iowa caucus; Angry tweeters tell them to stop it already

Public Policy Polling has waited all of two days after the election to issue it’s first polls on the 2016 Iowa Caucus.

For those who care, it found Hillary Clinton trouncing a distant-second Joe Biden on the Democratic side. For the GOP, Mike Huckabee has a razor-thin lead over a tight pack including Marco Rubio, Chris Christie, Rick Santorum, Jeb Bush, and Condi Rice. However, the real story was the almost universal reaction of angry, poll-saturated tweeters.

For added irony, that tweet was from a Canadian. We’re exporting poll fatigue!

We love sifting through polling data as much as anyone, but the critics are right. Give these poor people a few weeks of rest!

  • Jim Wafwot

    No rest for the swing states! If they don’t like it, they can move to an uncontested state. ROFL!

  • http://twitter.com/WingNightAlone Trill Laura Palmer

    can we hold our first primaries in AZ/NC/ND or something?

  • CalCon10

    Yet another sign of a tyrannical society: constant, in-your-face politics.

    Soon, it will be a crime to hang up on a pollster…

  • nc

    They must stop. No really. Stop.

  • rinodino

    Love ppp most accurate of polls this time around these guys don’t take breaks respect that they want to continue to be the best. I’m not mad at them

  • Kate

    It’s not like we didn’t know Hillary and Joe “Malarkey” Biden were the automatic Dem front-runners. Unless some random socialist comes out of nowhere to win the nomination (aka “Pulling an Obama”), we know how it’ll be.