Previously on This Just In…
Jake Novak, CNBC.com senior columnist offers some thoughts that may not be entirely probable, but plausible.
What happens in polling is that, if your candidate does something that makes him or her look bad, or that you don’t agree with, you’re less likely to want to answer poll questions about him – even if it’s anonymous. It doesn’t mean you still don’t support him. Just that right this minute, you really don’t want to talk about it.
To me, that’s not wishful thinking. That makes sense.