Polls Go Up and Polls Go Down

Freddy Ferrer‘s views on polling seem to be evolving:

November 11, 2004 (Up 5 in Q-Poll): “It’s very nice to get the kind of support I am apparently getting across the neighborhoods and boroughs of this city and across diverse groups of this city.”

Today (Tied With Bloomberg): “Polls go up and polls go down—I don’t put much stock in them and I’m certainly not focused on them.”

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