On June the 20th, the Guardian published a story with a major headline which claimed that Ahmadinejad, the president of the Islamic Republic of Iran, has a 70% approval rating. If this claim is accurate, it would have major implications on how we approach Iran with its nucleur program.
In order to make such a claim, clearly the Guardian carried out an extensive survey... no?
The statistics the Guardian uses in this story were the opinion from a single person. Excelent journalism!
Sandmonkey however states that regardless of the poor article from the Guardian, there is a basic truth behind it all.