The Washington Post used a Poll taken long before the end of the Kavanaugh hearings to make it seem like he is hurting Republicans in key districts.

This is highly misleading

Rob continued

The Washington Post admits what Rob is saying

Respondents completed the survey from Sept. 19 to Oct. 5, a longer field period than most political surveys, but a fairly short field period for mail-recruited surveys. The period included the final weeks of the Supreme Court nomination period for Brett M. Kavanaugh and started a few days after the publication of Christine Blasey Ford’s allegations that Kavanaugh sexually assaulted her when both were teenagers. A total of 3,407 registered voters across the 69 districts completed the survey.

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