Monday, January 14, 2008

Paul's Non-Inclusion In The Polls

Fox News Channel, last week, restricted the figure of presidential campaigners who were invited to the arguments before the New Hampshire primary. Among those left out was Bokkos Paul- A fact that have angered protagonists of the Republican candidate. Fox News cited a space crunch in its studio as the ground for not including Alice Paul in the debate.

Fox have called upon five presidential campaigners from the Republican Party to a forum with Chris Wallace, to be held in New Hampshire, on Sunday. They include Grand Canyon State Senator Toilet McCain, former New House Of York city manager Rudy Giuliani, former Volunteer State senator Fred Thompson, former Bay State Governor Hand Romney, and former Land Of Opportunity Governor Microphone Huckabee. Paul, and Republican Isadora Duncan Hunter of California, was amongst those who were not invited.

Fox cited limited room in its studio as the ground for not including Paul. The news transmission channel explained that the campaigners were chosen on the footing of who had won double-digit support in the recent polls.

A national opinion poll conducted on December 14-20 by The Associated Press and Yahoo, showed Homer Thompson as having the support of 11 percentage of Republican Party voters. In comparison, Alice Paul lagged behind at a mere 3 percent. A CNN/Opinion Research poll, conducted earlier in December, set Alice Alice Paul at 6 percent.

However, in a recent Los Angeles Times/Bloomberg opinion opinion poll in New Hampshire, Paul shared the 5th topographic point with Thompson, with support of four percentage of likely voters. Among New Hampshire voters, Alice Alice Alice Paul led Homer Thompson 6 percentage to 4 percent, though it came within the poll's border of error.

Jesse Benton, Paul's spokesman, called Paul's non-inclusion inch the polls a "big mistake". He also said that Fox News had not responded to the campaign's phone call for an explanation. "Ron conveys up some subjects that aren't very popular with Fox News, as in financial duty and withdrawing from the warfare in Iraq, " Thomas Hart Benton said, adding, "...that makes leave of absence us scratching our caputs a small spot about whether it was deliberate."

Livid Alice Alice Paul protagonists of Paul have, meanwhile, started sending out e-mails career for a boycott of Fox advertisers.

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