Depends on the purpose of the poll.
If DADT should remain in effect or not. Do you think it's "pretty weak and laughable" to point out sources on both sides of the argument that stated that the actual poll never asked if DADT should remain in effect in a poll to determine if DADT should remain in effect?
You mean I didn't answer it to your liking
Um no. You gave a response, but you never answered the question.
Polling firms, aggregation of results, etc. You'll excuse me for not spending the keystrokes on details when you're still getting your mind blown by polling sample sizes.
You say that but here you are "wasting keystrokes"... If your concern were wasting keystrokes, then according to your opinion of me, you shouldn't even be talking to me. So, obviously, that isn't your concern.
If Fox News and CNN are two respectful and "reliable" sources and they too have biases, what makes you believe that others aren't biased as well? If the same polls are done on both stations and the results are completely differently, shouldn't that tell you something? Most of the CNN viewers will vote liberal and most of the Fox news viewers will vote conservative. So a DEM president will more likely have higher approval ratings on CNN than on FOX news and vice versa with a Republican president, even though both polls are done identically.