Polling companies have revealed the results of a new poll showing that the public backs them 100%.
According to results, polling firms have the overwhelming support of the general public despite an inquiry finding that the companies made numerous mistakes in the run-up to last year’s General Election.
“Whilst we welcome the findings of the inquiry,” said Simon Williams, a spokesperson for the polling industry.
“It is clear that we have the overwhelming support of the general public, with this poll showing well over 100% of people think we are doing a brilliant job and that everything we say is perfect.”
When it was pointed out that it was mathematically impossible to have over 100% of a sample, Mr Williams responded confidently.
“I know, which I think shows the strength of feeling amongst the public at large and that is shown in the results.”
The inquiry into the polling companies’ failure to give an indication of the results of last year’s election has found that there were flaws in the sampling process, with pollster’s not speaking to enough Tory supporters.
“Well no,” said Mr Williams
“I suppose we didn’t speak to enough Tories, but give us a break; I mean, they’re Tory voters, who wants to speak with them? Would you want to engage one in conversation?”
He then went on to reveal that the new poll not only revealed support for pollsters’ competence, but also that a huge majority of those sampled thought pollsters to be really handsome, amazingly clever, and both considerate and energetic love makers.