Polling during elections: Ban it

Look out Ontario, here we go again.  The media’s love of all things polling-during-an-election-campaign is upon us.

Polls distract voters!

Polling talk takes up valuable time that could be spent on issues!

Polling is a futile attempt to predict the future!

No polling during an election would mean no one would have a clue about the outcome.  We’d experience real life suspense; we wouldn’t have to turn on the television or a movie.  We may even get turned on by the process; an issue may exasperate us or excite us.  The drive or walk to the polling booth on election day will cap the frenzy of anticipation.

When you hear or see polling results turn it off, or turn the page and get ready for more suspense then an episode of Game of Thrones.

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