Evan Vucci, AP
Our take: In his recent piece, "The day polling died," columnist John Podhoretz claims in the New York Post that the inconsistent political poll results over the last few days make no sense. Podhoretz concludes that the only thing we can be sure about from the results is that all bets are off about who will win this tight presidential race.
"Mark it down on your calendars: Yesterday - Monday, Oct. 8, 2012 - may go down in the annals of history as the day political polling died.
"It was the most ridiculous polling day among many preposterous polling days in the course of this long campaign."
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