Confession. I don’t know how to read polls, and am often confounded when different people come to different conclusions about the same cross tabs (What ever they are.)
There is apiece of me that thinks we should all be out door knocking rather then peering a polls, but if somebody can translate for me it would be great. Or tell me it’s worthless.
Here is the site to down load the press release and the poll itself
The Western New England University Polling Institute survey consists of telephone interview swith 582 adults ages 18 and older drawn from across Massachusetts using random-digit-dialingApril 11 -18, 2013. The sample yielded 528 adults who said they are registered to vote inMassachusetts. Within the sample of registered voters, 480 voters were classified as likely to votein the June 25 special Senate election, 270 voters were identified as likely to vote in the SenateDemocratic Primary on April 30 and 128 adults were identified as likely to vote in the SenateRepublican Primary on April 30. Unless otherwise noted, the figures in this release are based onthe statewide sample of likely voters for the June 25 election and the April 30 primaries