Public Policy Polling proves once again that, yes, it is a Democratic firm. Check out these immigrations questions. bit.ly/1525ds4—
Brit Hume (@brithume) July 10, 2013
Bingo! Hume links a Daily Caller article, which calls the poll “farcical“:
The poll is comically biased. Here is the first question:
There is bipartisan immigration reform
legislation being debated in Washington. The
bill would secure our borders, block employers
from hiring undocumented immigrants, and
make sure that undocumented immigrants
already in the U.S. with no criminal record
register for legal status. If a long list of
requirements is met over more than a decade,
it provides eligibility for a path to citizenship.
Would you support or oppose this proposal?
Good grief! Farcical is putting it kindly.
Other Twitter users have noticed the particularly shameless bias in a recent Public Policy Polling poll on immigration.
Ding, ding, ding! Because looky here!
PPP poll serving its purpose, makes way into Woodhouse email noting how GOP is doomed if they fail to pass immigration bill.—
Noah Rothman (@NoahCRothman) July 09, 2013
A Democratic firm indeed.