Public votes on opinion polls and surveys

Former US vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin claimed opinion polls were "only useful for strippers and cross-country skiers".

Adam Fleming took the Daily Politics mood box - an unscientific method of gathering public opinions - to see whether the public had similar views.

He asked for their 'votes' on polls and surveys near Speakers' Corner in London.

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