Which political party is in the lead?
Wednesday, December 14, 2011
Prime Minister Andrew Holness 'called it' on December 4 and Don Anderson, the most credible pollster in the business, went into the field the next day to find out which political party is in the lead. Read Thursday's Observer for the answer in the latest Observer/Don Anderson Polls.
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