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Aug 14, 2016


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Chris Causey

I was just interrupted by a cell phone survey call that started ordinary enough. After asked about state of Iowa and presidential candidates I favor, the inquiry turned to whether I would more or less likely to vote for the local
democratic candidate based on slanted statements including: He took Medicare money from seniors, he wants to legalize all narcotics including heroin, he'll repeal RTW law to force union dominance, and comes from a party that offers government-paid on-demand abortions. I argued that every declaration was misleading or untrue, accused them of push-polling, and demanded their name. Survey Sampling International is slimy and dishonest in the extreme. I want to complain to their phone number 866-360-9678 but I want to know what other organizations I can lodge a complaint.

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