I thought another poster already answered that one for you earlier. No, I don't think that the Heritage Foundation would be without bias. I haven't seen the questions so I can't presume that they were "probably" straightforward. Exactly, this ain't rocket science. Polls can certainly be created in such a way that one can obtain the desired results of preconceived notions. I've seen that many times. I tend to not pay much attention to polls other than for amusement. I prefer to arrive at my opinion by other means. Let's face it, most polls are total crap anyway.
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