X-MR presented a paper (Are interviews costing £0.08 a waste of money? Reviewing Google Surveys for Wisdom of the Crowd projects) at the recent ASC International Conference, describing our political work. Part of our paper discusses the first of our six series of tracking studies that has failed to give a correct forecast of the outcome. Although five from six is not a bad strike rate (and we expect to make it six from seven with the Labour Leadership announcement tomorrow - even though our confidence for June 23rd turned out to be hubristic), it is clear that crowds are not always wise. Further experience and analysis may lead us to a method to show when the opinion of our crowds is likely to be unreliable.