Good catch from Dick Morris of all people:
Check out this story.
It’s a piece by Janet Elder, a New York Times reporter, about the paper’s polling. It says that the Times couldn’t believe that its polling showed an increase in the number of people who felt it was a correct decision to invade Iraq in the first place, from 35 percent last month to 42 percent this month. Nor could they believe the finding that the proportion of voters who felt the war was going badly dropped by 10 points.
The newspaper article said the findings were “counterintuitive.” In other words, The New York Times cannot believe good news! Typical.
It answers a lot.