You know I have to laugh at these polls. REASON: Most of us have caller I.D. on our telephones. I even have mine set up to read from my T.V when it is on. I can tell who is calling, & by golly, I'll bet most of you are like me. If you don't know who it is, or what it is--you don't answer that phone call. My husband & I also do not believe it's anyone's business on whom or what issues we're voting for. So even if we mistakingly pick up that phone, & someone starts asking us questions, we hang up anyway. Who wants to be bothered after a long day's work. We already saw this happen during the 04 Presidential campaign. On election day--"exit polling data" was showing John Kerry running away with the election. All the polling "experts" were stunned. Well as we know it turns out Bush won by 4 million votes. Why & how did this happen? It appears that there were many walking out of their polling districts who refused to say who they voted for. They apparently like me, thought (It's none of your business.) So I believe this election--if it turns on Barack Obama will be more due to the Caller I.D. effect versus the Bradley effect. I don't believe there are that many people in the United States that just won't vote for a black man or woman for that matter. What I find is really hillarious--is the text message polls showing who won the debates. I don't know anyone over 40 that knows how to text message, including myself, & who really cares to learn--LOL. Because of the caller I.D. effect, I believe the polling data are way out of WACK--regardless of whom is shown ahead.