Hashtag hilarity: What push poll questions will Public Policy Polling ask next?


The Obama cheerleaders-for-hire at Public Policy Polling don’t even bother to hide that they’re proudly push-polling for President Eye Candy. This question appeared on a recent poll of likely voters in Ohio:

Which of the Presidential candidates do you trust more to make sure the wealthiest Americans pay their fair share of taxes: Barack Obama or Mitt Romney?

Push poll much, @ppppolls? RT @johnekdahl: Here’s a screenshot of that ridiculous PPP poll question.yfrog.com/obf70rp

— Jeff Emanuel (@jeffemanuel) November 2, 2012

Expect more of this in the final stretch of the campaign season.

One last warning:PPP is releasing a slew of polls sponsored by liberal interest groups. They arent paying PPP to put out good Romney results

— NumbersMuncher (@NumbersMuncher) November 2, 2012

PPP will be releasing a ton of largely unchallenged polls in the next 72 hours and setting a narrative. Will it be true? Who knows?

— Nathan Wurtzel (@NathanWurtzel) November 2, 2012

What leading questions might appear on PPP’s next survey? The conservative Twitterverse took some educated guesses.

#PPPPollQuestions “Who do you trust more to ensure dogs will not be strapped to roofs?”

—Drew (@FigDrewton) November 2, 2012

#PPPPollQuestions “Are you voting for Barack Obama, endorsed by Colin Powell, or Mitt Romney, endorsed by Satan, Lord of the Underworld?”

— Nathan Wurtzel (@NathanWurtzel) November 2, 2012

#PPPPollQuestions What is your preferred method of free birth control?

— John Wehrle (@jwehrle) November 2, 2012

#PPPPollQuestions Who do you think hates poor black people more, the Republican nominee or the Republican Chairman?

— Ali A. Akbar (@ali) November 2, 2012

#PPPPollQuestions “Who do you trust to ensure politicians will stop giving workers’ wives cancer when they work for Bain Capital?”

—Drew (@FigDrewton) November 2, 2012

#PPPPollQuestions Would you rather vote for the man who will stop the rise of the oceans or the man who will give your wife cancer?

— Jimni27 (@jimni27) November 2, 2012

#PPPPollQuestions Please select which statement best matches you: A. “I am voting for Barack Obama” or B. “I am a racist.”

— Ian Essling (@ianessling) November 2, 2012

“Do you believe Mormons are evil, or just stupid?” #PPPPollQuestions

— Abrudiga (@Abrudiga) November 2, 2012

Which is brighter: the glint from Barack Obama’s God-given halo or Mitt Romney’s ill-gotten pile of gold? #PPPPollQuestions

— TheRightProf (@TheRightProf) November 2, 2012

Does Obama give you a thrill or a tingle #PPPPollQuestions

— BrianWollet (@BrianWollet) November 2, 2012

Keep ‘em coming, Twitter! Or just, you know, wait for the real thing when PPP releases the results of its latest push poll.

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