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All set for the next EMRS poll …

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  1. sabina01

    March 10, 2010 at 7:41 pm

    Young Barty was heard lamenting this to the tune of Say Goodbye (Hunters & Collectors)

    “Well…
    Just the other night I come home
    After three weeks of constant grind and travel
    And I went snivellin’, I went crawling around to my Party Room
    MPs came down hard upon me
    MPs ground fingers into my breastbone
    And they said, they said:
    “You don’t make me feel like I’m a winner anymore
    You don’t make me feel like I’m a winner anymore
    You don’t make me feel like I’m a winner anymore!”

    And I know, I know it’s been a long time
    Seems like it’s been going on forever…

    Say goodnight…
    Goodnight my little Tassie

    Say goodnight!”

  2. Kadeco

    March 10, 2010 at 12:32 pm

    I also was contacted by EMRS on Tuesday night and was very happy to answer their questions, mainly about different options of majority/minority governments.

    The final question was a choice between a minority labor or minority liberal govt and though I had to pick one for EMRS, I’m making damn sure neither of them gets my preferences in the real poll. I will vote for my preferred five candidates and allow my vote to expire if necessary before passing it on to the lab/libs.

    Can’t wait for the results but roll on election day!

  3. Real Change

    March 9, 2010 at 11:23 pm

    You are spot on young Hag, the next EMRS poll is in.
    I had a call last night, just before the meal was on the table, however I me was happy to answer the questions. …
    Will be interesting how mainstream my vote and preferences are.
    Hohoho – the sparklin may flow.
    Party night Saturday week, or more of the LabLib poker?
    Bring it on!

  4. Red Bob

    March 9, 2010 at 11:16 pm

    Are you sure it was EMRS Hag?

    I had a call the other night from a marketing company wanting to do a survey and it quickly dawned on me that it was a Labor push poll.

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