When it comes to polling, there may be more than meets the eye

Yesterday, I posted about the Obama strategy of demoralization.  At the Strata-Sphere, you can read about the fact that many polls, even if not intentionally misleading, might be unintentionally misleading because it’s becoming impossible in this fluid race to figure out how to create a viable polling population of registered voters, likely to vote, party affiliation, etc.  And that’s not even figuring in the fact that lots of people use cell phones primarily or only, and are not reachable any more by traditional home phone polling methods.