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Old 17th July 2020, 12:40 PM   #690
Stacyhs
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Originally Posted by Distracted1 View Post
Who one plans to vote for is personal.

Also, you have sidestepped the question. A person on the other end of the telephone claiming to be a pollster is always a pollster, right?
Stop playing word games. We're talking about identifying information: name, address, etc.

'Always' is a very limiting word. Very little in life is always "always". Are the vast majority of pollsters really pollsters? I think so. A scammer wants financial info, not who you're going to vote for. They'll pose as the IRS, a Nigerian prince, a collection agency, etc. Not a political pollster.

Remember that this convo started out by a claim that Trump voters lied about who they would vote for out of embarrassment, not fear of harm or being scammed.
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