Thursday, December 11, 2008

Scientific Polling on the Issues that MATTER

In times of economic crises and rampant North American federal elections, it is not entirely uncommon to see the various manifestations of popular media covered in all manners of charts, graphs and figures based on the most scientifically accurate data regarding the opinions of the terminally ignorant.

The ability to quantify thoughts, behaviours and pieces of the vast emotional mosaic that defines the human experience is perhaps the greatest achievement in the history of science and thought - let alone politics! - and it is an unfortunate tendency of society's prevailing biases that it is largely wasted on tracking such mundane phenomena as political approval ratings, potential election results, and modeling the variety of ways in which global markets are currently imploding.

What I have undertaken here for you, gentle reader, is a painstaking study and analysis of some of the major areas of political and economic activity that, for reasons unknown to yours truly, have been neglected by the so-called "credible" researchers. Using the skills I was taught in the process of acquiring a highly-employable Bachelor of Arts from the prestigious Memorial University of Newfoundland, I have presented my findings in a chart format that is both functional and aesthetically pleasing.

If you wish to use these findings in future research or reports, please cite the source as Richard Raleigh, MD., t.i.a. [thanks in advance]

he is a bad premier

this one is fun for the whole family

trust me on this

Unfortunately, as provincial politics has been somewhat slow lately (understandably, as it is functionally irrelevant to the government if the House is sitting or not), we turn now towards to the federal scene, which has been substantially more interesting as of late.

 don't forget he's electable, though

as for premier williams, even a broken clock is right twice a day

is this the best graph in the world? it may be.

It's almost as if you could say... a picture was worth a thousand words... ?

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

I'll bet Ed Hollett will edit/prorate these graphs.

He is very good at that task.

Tim

Edward G. Hollett said...

I don't edit credible research Tim.

towniebastard said...

I think you've underestimated the level of embarassment of Beaton being Beaton Tulk. I'd put it at least 400, if not 500.

Anonymous said...

Hmmm... I'm not so sure about that, towniebastard. Embarassment requires at least a certain amount of self-awareness.

towniebastard said...

Perhaps. And I fully admit to having a pathelogical hatred of Tulk. Any reporter who lost valuable minutes of their life speaking to him would feel the same way.

WJM said...

You quite rock.

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