In the last weeks of the 2012 presidential election, there is going to be an ever-intensifying look at the polling numbers coming out of the battleground states. For most people, that is. For the good people at Suffolk University's polling operation however, covering the historically important swing states of Florida and Virginia is just a hot bag of meh, and so they're not going to do it anymore. Sorry, everyone.
Suffolk University pollster David Paleologos, whose polls are aggregated into mainstream averages to show where the presidential race stands in the swing states, said he’s finished polling in Florida, North Carolina and Virginia because President Obama has no shot of winning those states.
“I think in places like North Carolina, Virginia and Florida, we’ve already painted those red, we’re not polling any of those states again,” Paleologos said Tuesday night on Fox’s "The O’Reilly Factor." “We’re focusing on the remaining states.”
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