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A New York Times/Kaiser Family Foundation poll of four southern states with tight senate races released Wednesday, uses unusual methodology to report numbers which are way different that other recently released polls. The most obvious flaw is the low number of respondents who had voted in previous elections, for example the poll conducted in Arkansas show only 53% of the sample had voted for a major party candidate in the 2012 Presidential race is a shockingly low number (59% in KY, 59% in LA, 69% in NC).