For those that questioned the legitimacy of a recent Mason-Dixon poll commissioned by Democrat PR firm Ron Sachs that showed Florida Senator Paula Dockery (R-Lakeland) receiving only 4% of the vote have good cause – the poll was flawed.
Upon closer inspection, the survey, which comes on the heels of an independent survey by well-established polling firm STRATEGIC VISION of Atlanta showing Dockery with 28% of the GOP vote against the Parties anointed candidate, Bill McCollum, had the surveyors mispronouncing Dockery’s last name in several of the questions calling her Paula “Dockey.”
“The Mason-Dixon poll was flawed and the Strategic Vision polling in the past has been very accurate. We believe that with the momentum generated to draft Senator Dockery for Governor that her actual polling numbers are much closer today than the Strategic Vision survey showed several weeks ago. Mispronouncing a candidate’s name, either intentionally or unintentionally, voids the results,” stated Draft Dockery Co-Chairman Doug Guetzloe. Guetzloe is the owner of Advantage Consultants, a public relations and public opinion research firm that produces public opinion research for candidates, corporate clients and governmental entities.
The Draft Dockery movement has attracted over 5,000 grassroots volunteers to the Draft Dockery website (www.Dockery2010.com) and over a dozen affiliated Draft Dockery FaceBook sites.