Do the Daily Express fix their polls or something?

Here is an example...

By Scott Bryan@scottygb

In the Daily Express each day, there is a poll…

Here is an example…

If you take a look at the results, there’s a pattern…

Express 2

99%

Express 3

99% and 99%

Express 4

99%

Express 5

99%

Express 6

97%

Express 7

96%

Express 8

99%

Express 9

99% and 99%

Express 11

97%

Express 12

99%

Express 13

93% + 3% = 96%!!!

You get the idea.

It seems that, whatever you ask Express readers, 99 per cent (or thereabouts) will always agree with you.

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8 Responses to “Do the Daily Express fix their polls or something?”

  1. Cid and Mo

    The real problem is that people like Mr Gove use polls such as these as evidence to support his sweeping changes to education policy! Remember Premier Inn research??

  2. Ade Jones

    I’m just amazed that people text into the Express in the first place. Where do Express readers get the opposable thumbs from?…

  3. Dr Excelsior

    Just for the record, taxpayers SHOULD foot the bill, beggar gangs should be given free housing if there are 15 or more in the gang, foreigners should recieve exemplary NHS care, mass immigration has helped Britain and the Mail staff are hate preachers and should be deported asap.

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