Gregg, Allan

Tory Pollster and media bon-vivant, with a fringe on his hair, presumably to hide the glue spilled securing his toupee. If everyone systematically lied to pollsters for about five years, polling accuracy would disintegrate, the pollster’s strangle-hold on the Canadian political system would loosen, and we could start having political lives based on what is good or true-or on what the rich and powerful are prepared to force down our throats-instead of on our vilest and most myopic impulses.

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