Tuesday, January 19, 2010

25% of Voters Expect ACORN to Steal Election - Poll


Quarter of Massachusetts voters expect ACORN to try to steal Senate seat for Coakley

Washington Examiner Reports - Overlooked in the last-minute frenzy of the campaign, a fourth of Massachusetts voters surveyed believe ACORN will attempt to steal enough votes in today's election to eke out a victory for Democrat Martha Coakley over Republican Scott Brown, according to Public Policy Polling, Inc.

But there it is on question 17 of the survey: Q17 Do you think that ACORN will try to steal the election for Martha Coakley? If yes, press 1. If no, press 2. If you’re not sure, press 3.

Yes ................................................................. 25%

No ................................................................... 38%

Not Sure ........................................................... 37%

Such results perhaps should not come as a surprise, considering the past two years of reporting on the dark side of ACORN, including the organization being charged with voter registration fraud and other election-related abuses in more than a dozen states during the 2008 presidential campaign, the Washington Examiner's expose of federal funding of ACORN, and the sensational revelations by Andrew Breitbart's BigGovernment.com of ACORN workers offering advice on mortgage fraud, tax evasion, and establishment of a brothel featuring underage girls smuggled into the country from Latin America.

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