Michael Kinsley at The Atlantic vents his frustration over political polls that entitle people to their often ludicrously incorrect opinions and ask questions fit only for experts. When an organization like the Pew Research Center asks the man on the street if he thinks the economy will recover soon, what good is this question? What good is it to know the opinion of people mostly uninformed over such a complex issue? In fact, Pew's latest poll shows that more American's think the President is a Muslim than in previous polls. "I blame pollsters themselves," says Kinsley. "They have created a world where everything is an opinion, nothing is a fact, everybody is entitled to an opinion, and every opinion is equally valid."