New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie said he doesn't believe that public opinion polling has been intentionally skewed against Mitt Romney as some partisans have claimed.
With a wave of recent polling showing Romney trailing by several points nationally and losing in most battleground states, Republican operatives have been crying foul over methodology, claiming that polling samples included too many Democrats. Some observers even accused pollsters of intentionally inflating Obama’s lead to dampen Republican enthusiasm.
“I don't think it's intentional,” Christie said on ABC’s This Week on Sunday. “I think, you know, you look at every different poll and look and its methodology and you can say whether it's good or bad poll, but do I think there's a concerted effort to skew the polls against Governor Romney? No, I don't buy that.”
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