It appears the Globe and Mail decided to give Gordon Campbell and his band of mute candidates a gift just before the election. The poll asks a bunch of questions that are often used by political parties in moving someone opinion to support them.
“It’s the Globe’s responsibility,” McAllister concluded. “The Globe and Mail appears to have misrepresented a message-testing poll as a public opinion poll. And they’ve released those results just four days before an election. This is definitely unethical.”