Over the coming weekend, I’d appreciate if you’d report any polling calls you get.
I got one tonight that involved Sen. Norm Coleman, although I couldn’t detect whether it was on behalf of Coleman or on behalf of his opponents.
“Do you agree or disagree with this tatement,” the woman asked. “Norm Coleman could have done more to stop the flow of methamphetamine use in Minnesota.”
“Oh great, a push poll,” I figured.
She then asked which of two candidates I favored — Coleman or Al Franken — and seemed genuinely surprised when I mentioned a third was running.
She also asked whether I had a favorable or unfavorable view of Coleman, whether I accessed the Internet daily (“No,” I said. I usually make up the answers to pollsters), and whether I ever watch political ads on the Internet.
That was one strange polling call. If you get any between now and Election Day on Tuesday, please describe it in the comments section below.