There has been a lot in the news lately about polling and how the samples are adjusted based on what makeup the electorate will actually be. I have a degree in Accounting and in our Auditing Class and studying for the CPA exam it was drilled into our heads about random samples. So lets say you are going to audit a big company that has millions of transactions. You can't look at them all, so you take random samples. And random does not mean you go into a file cabinet and just grab a bunch of transactions to examine. You use a random number generator to select them. This provides a truly random sample. So why not do this for polls? Have a number generator provide call lists and who ever answers the phone is part of the sample no matter their party, race or whatever. You could limit it to likely voters, but no other qualifying conditions. Sample 300 people every day and use a 7-day rolling average. I think this would provide as good a result as what they are doing now.