Orange and Rosy

Geege geege at barrera.org
Sun Dec 7 19:54:46 PST 2003


preaching to the Orange County Choir is not much of anything - and even less
of anything to get confused about.  or, unparalleled unaminity predicts the
survey results.

in florida: "cautious optimism" for economic comeback in 2004, according to
the Florida CEO Trends survey.  "As a group, the CEO's of Florida's largest
corporations are perhaps the state's most important leadership resource.
Insofar as they remain united on broad issues or public policy, they provide
political ballast to a state otherwise fragmented geopolitically, divided
socially and culturally, and caught up in partisan rivalries and parochial
thinking."

we're catching on.



-----Original Message-----
From: fork-bounces at xent.com [mailto:fork-bounces at xent.com]On Behalf Of
Gregory Alan Bolcer
Sent: Sunday, December 07, 2003 4:39 PM
To: Geege
Cc: FoRK
Subject: Re: Orange and Rosy


Geege wrote:
>
> scanning .... scanning .... objective source search .... scanning ....
> scanning ....

You are trying to say the polling methods used
are inaccurate because they aren't objective?  Polls
are trailing indicators, not leading.  Unless you
ask completely leading and biased questions or take
very poor samples, the objectivity of the source
has nothing to do with the personal opinions of the
sample.  There's very few people in the world
that use a single news source to form their opinions.
If you are trying to take a pot shot at the OC
Register, then you are confusing the messenger with
the message.  They are just reprinting the story
and it's the best copy I could find online.

I guess you aren't familiar with the PPIC or the PPIC Orange
County Survey, the Chapman University Economic
Forecast, nor the pan-national economic
impact of south America, Pacific Rim, and
far and near Asia on the local economy and
the Pacific Stock Exchange.

Greg
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