Yawn . . .
Two sets of polls released Sunday find an edge for the GOP in a closely contested Senate midterm environment, although they differ on the size of that advantage.A set of online CBS/New York Times/YouGov polls conducted in every Senate racefinds an electoral landscape that has remained both competitive and largely stable throughout the year, with changes of less than 4 points in nine of the 10 most competitive races. Republicans "hold at least a nominal lead in eight states held by Democrats, more than the six they need to retake the chamber," writes the New York Times' Nate Cohn. The Times' Senate model gives Republicans a 61 percent chance, or a "slight edge," of retaking the Senate.http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2014/09/07/gop-senate-polls_n_5779658.html?utm_hp_ref=politics
Same clowns who predicted a Romney/Ryan victory in 2012. Goddamn fucking geniuses.
The Gadfly thinks of political polls in the sense that a dog thinks of a fire hydrant.
'Nuff said ....