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April 13, 2005

Disclosing Party ID: Qunnipiac

Today, another installment in a series of responses from pollsters who do not typically report party identification as a part of their survey releases.  Today's comes from Doug Schwartz of the Quinnipiac University Poll:

Since party identification distribution is rarely requested, we do not include it in our press releases. It has been and continues to be our policy to provide party identification, as well as other demographic information, to anyone requesting that information.

Thanks for the reply, Doug.   I can vouch for this policy.  When MP had questions about a poll done by Quinnipiac last month, Quinnipiac responded with demographic and party data in a matter of hours.   Nonetheless, as noted yesterday, MP continues to urge pollsters to disclose more about their samples, including party identification. 

Party Disclosure Archive (on the jump)

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Posted by Mark Blumenthal on April 13, 2005 at 11:12 AM in Weighting by Party | Permalink


Hey Mark -

I remember when you requested it last month and came back fast. Maybe you should request it now!?!?!?

Because the Lamont campaign apparently requested it and have received nothing.

Posted by: Gabe | Nov 2, 2006 8:11:30 AM

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