Online polling likely to grow in accuracy, influence | ScrippsNews PITTSBURGH -- Your home phone rings, but you don't pick up because you don't recognize the number that flashes on your caller ID. Or maybe you abandoned your landline months ago because it's more economical to use your cell phone.
You're precisely the type of person John Dick is betting on: someone who won't bother with traditional telephone polls but is likely to respond to political or consumer questions while browsing the Internet.
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Historian Lisa Pease examines how this curious twist in the march to the Democratic presidential nomination is turning out:
Tuesday night, as the polls closed, the media proclaimed Barack Obama the winner of Vermont and gave all the other state contests of the day -- Ohio, Rhode Island, and Texas -- to Hillary Clinton.
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But there was one big problem. A Texas-sized problem.
The election results from the Lone Star State’s caucuses had only just started coming in."