Pollsters stack the deck all the time by wording questions a certain way, or by asking questions in a certain order, thereby influencing the answers they’ll get (they want to get). Yet they know that by altering the wording or the order in which the questions are asked, they’ll likely get very different results.
Could it be that one of our most insoluble problems is how we ask our big questions? (I think you can guess my own answer, from the leading way I asked the question.) What if we asked those questions differently?
Well, yes…why not?