I was just polled by a firm called Issues & Answers about US Senate and gubernatorial races in Pennsylvania.
What was completely disturbing was that the interviewer could not pronounce "Sestak."
In fact, the first time she tried to say it I had to ask, "Do you mean Joe Sestak?" because I really wasn't sure who she was asking about. She pronounced it something like "seasicks" or "seestix" -- and continued to do so throughout the interview -- despite my correcting her each time.
How in the hell can the results be valid for the surveys that she's conducted?
They have call centers in IN, MI and VA. I did try their corporate offices in VA, but got voicemail, so for the hell of it, I called the first phone center listed and registered a complaint (I should have asked for her supervisor while I still had her on the phone).
Ironically, she had no problem with "Onorato."