Doug64 wrote:It seems your answer is "No, I have no interest in explaining how they are push polls, they just are."
No, there is no false dilemma. The question doesn't ask which is a serious problem, it asks which is a bigger problem.
Yes, by wording it that way, they deliberately made it a comparison even though it is not in reality.
Which is pretty much a false dilemma.
And for a large majority of Republicans and a plurality of Independents it was too many criminals being set free, leaving the plurality of Democrats to see too many innocents being arrested as the bigger problem. That takes care of your first two objections.
No. All that means is that a lot of US “likely voters” are too stupid to see it.
As for your third, it is anything but pointless--the Soros-backed Leftist D.A.s that are going easy on criminals are doing serious damage to the Democratic brand, and if those Democrats running the various cities and state parties don't do something about them, they are going to help elect more Republicans.
This is your wishful thinking that it has an impact on votes.
If your best example is voting, then you concede that it has no impact on actual policing.
There is a crack in everything,
That's how the light gets in...