Angela Couloumbis reports: Among those "accidentally" questioned for the latest Quinnipiac University poll: Gov. Rendell.
Clay Richards, the university Polling Institute's assistant director, said Rendell somehow managed to pass a voter screen to be among one of the 1,340 likely Democrats asked about how they would vote in the April 22 primary.
"He didn't identify himself, but even if he had, we probably wouldn't have believed him," Richards said of the governor, one of Hillary Clinton's biggest supporters.
When asked whether Rendell's endorsement of Clinton would make him more likely to vote for the New York senator, a mischievous Rendell responded in the affirmative, Richards said.