The Des Moines Register like all good liberal-biased papers rolled over and showed their belly after Lil’ Petey Buttigieg complained about ONE survey question.
There have been reports that if true prove how thin-skinned Buttigieg, and/or his campaign and/or Lil’ Petey’s supporter are, and how quickly the liberal media rolls over and show their bellies whenever any leftist cries foul.
Here are some of the different explanations for The Register’s last-second cancellation:
- Pete Buttigieg was left off of ONE Question in their poll.
- A Register pollster MISPRONOUNCED Buttigieg’s name to a respondent.
- The Buttigieg campaign claimed that Bernie Sanders supporters were rigging the poll.
- DNC told CNN ‘We don’t want any poll showing Bernie leading. Since you’re cashing out checks…PULL THE POLL NOW!’
It's not even that Buttigieg was left off of the Des Moines Register poll; the accusation that is blocking the poll from being released is that ONE pollster MISPRONOUNCED Buttigieg's name ONCE, to ONE voter who was already a Buttigieg supporter. pic.twitter.com/9NAkdXPm0A
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Here is what the Des Moines Register stated:
The Des Moines Register, CNN and Selzer & Co. have made the decision to not release the final installment of the CNN/Des Moines Register/Mediacom poll as planned Saturday evening.
Nothing is more important to the Register and its polling partners than the integrity of the Iowa Poll. Today, a respondent raised an issue with the way the survey was administered, which could have compromised the results of the poll. It appears a candidate’s name was omitted in at least one interview in which the respondent was asked to name their preferred candidate.
While this appears to be isolated to one surveyor, that could not be confirmed with certainty. Therefore, out of an abundance of caution, the partners made the difficult decision not to move forward with releasing the poll. The poll was the last one scheduled by the polling partners before the first-in-the-nation Iowa presidential caucuses, which are Monday.
WCCO’s Report On The Register Pulling The Iowa Poll