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they did not use your Data Black pollings?
Yes, and of course you understand correctly. You barely
understood what you knew. [laughter]
Also, did I understand correctly or did I know, they used Gallup
poll for some of that work?
Can you recall what your understanding was as to why they used
Well, Percy Sutton and I who were partners on the Data Black
thing were not consulted. Interesting enough, we had just resigned
before we found this out. But if we had found it out before we
resigned we would have resigned much less statesman-like. To me that
was unforgivable because Percy and I were co-founders of the Joint
Well, since this center was set out to--somebody characterized it
to me as a black think tank.
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