When Republicans are at war, they’re not really at war.
Instead, they can’t seem to figure out how to stop the other party.
For the past week, they’ve been doing their best to distract and distract, in an effort to make their party’s fortunes in 2020 seem like a wash.
On Tuesday, they released a poll that showed the GOP’s prospects of winning the presidency looking better by more than 10 percentage points.
That’s a pretty good indicator of what’s going to happen next.
But there’s one big problem with that poll.
It was conducted by an unknown polling firm, and not one that the GOP has used in its campaign.
And it’s not the first time that the party’s pollsters have failed to get the polls right.
In fact, as the AP’s Jeff Mason notes, the GOP is the only major party in the last three decades to have relied solely on a pollster to get its results right.
For decades, the polling firm had a reputation for producing unreliable polls.
And this time around, Republican pollsters will be forced to answer for that, too.
The GOP has long been the only political party that relies on a polling firm to produce its election results.
And when that polling firm turns out to be wrong, it’s very hard to make it right.
The problem has become so bad that the Republican Party’s own website has been disabled for the last four days, forcing its staff to rely on the internet and social media to keep up with news.
If that’s not bad enough, Republican lawmakers have been forced to go on TV to explain why the pollsters’ data is so wrong.
And if you look at the numbers themselves, they don’t look good.
The AP’s Nate Cohn writes: The Republican Party has always been a little bit ahead of the curve when it comes to polls.
That trend has continued, even as other polling companies have shown them doing a better job than the GOP.
And in recent years, they have produced more accurate results than the nonpartisan U.S. Election Project, a nonpartisan group that produces a lot of its own polls.
But the GOP was once the leader in the field in its use of pollsters, and it’s now in the second tier.
The trend has started to reverse itself in recent weeks.
Polling firms’ surveys are consistently inaccurate, but the polls’ results are usually more reliable.
And that’s led to a lot more partisan and personal attacks in recent months from Republicans.
In the latest poll, the Republican pollster was the one that produced the worst result.
In a three-way race between President Donald Trump, Vice President Mike Pence and Sen. Luther Strange (R-Ala.), Pence came out ahead by a whopping 25 points.
In one of the most highly anticipated Senate races in a decade, Republican Sen. Ted Cruz of Texas came in at second place with just 21 percent of the vote.
And the poll’s results were so dire that many of those who were hoping for a more accurate result were left wondering how a poll can produce such a starkly wrong result.
That is, of course, unless they rely on an unreliable pollster.
And as the Associated Press reported, the pollster, SurveyMonkey, has consistently produced worse results than its polls.
The company has consistently missed its polling targets, and even when the company is right, it sometimes misses its own polling, as happened in the 2016 election when a company called Opinion Savvy missed its target for a Democratic Senate candidate in Virginia.
So how did SurveyMonker end up producing the worst results for the Republican party in this election cycle?
It’s not because they don ‘t believe in polling.
They’re pretty sure the Republicans are wrong.
That poll was conducted in August, according to the AP, and Pollster Analytics, the company that conducted the poll, released a press release on Tuesday.
The release noted that Pollster had “been consistent in its accuracy throughout the election cycle.”
Pollster, which is run by Nate Silver, has been “one of the more consistent pollsters in the United States since the end of last November.”
Silver, who is the co-author of the book The Signal and the Noise, told the AP that Pollstaker was “the best polling firm in the country” at “over 80 percent accuracy.”
He also said that Pollsters accuracy is “better than almost every other pollster” and “the biggest reason we’re doing better in 2020 than we were last year.”
And while Pollster is not a partisan polling firm (Silver is a Democrat), the company has a history of having an unfavorable rating.
In November, Pollster announced that it would be “in full retreat” from the 2016 elections.
The statement was in response to an analysis from The Hill’s Chris Cillizza.
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