By George (Wallace, of course...), I think I've got it! Or at least
something awfully close.
A Washington Post article from October 29, 1968 offers the following
quote from Wallace:
Wallace, Irritated by Polls, Insists He Is Doing Well
The Washington Post
Oct 29, 1968
"Well, how many of you have been talked to by the Harris poll and
Gallup poll?" he demanded. "Not a one of you, not a one of you."
There are other good quotes in the article, and I've provided a
partial image of it at this link (again, can't show the full article
due to copyright):
Another good article, also partially excerpted at the links provided, are:
Wallace Assails 'Lying' Election Polls
New York Times
These are in addition to the article I cited originally, which was:
WALLACE CHARGES POLLS ARE RIGGED
The New York Times
Oct 10, 1968
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search strategy: Searched a number of newspaper databases for [
george wallace polls Harris OR Gallup ]