Bob Van Wicklin, Kuhl's deputy chief of staff, questioned the objectivity of the Majority Watch poll and the manner in which it was conducted.
"It's a left-leaning group. I wouldn't call them independent. They're a group that wants to see a Democratic majority in Congress, from what I understand," Van Wicklin said. "And we don't know anything about the methodology of the poll, other than the little information they gave, so we're sort of skeptical about the questions they may have asked, or how they asked them.
The Fighting 29th points out that Kuhl campaign is lying on both counts:
They're the same firm that does polling for independent, well-respected political analyst Charlie Cook.
Losers tell lies when they don't like the truth.