How to lie with polls (Net Neutrality edition)

A bogus poll funded by Verizon purports to show that most Americans oppose network neutrality. Just reading the press release, though, shows how slanted the questions were:

“According to the survey, when presented with a choice between video choice and additional net neutrality legislation, an overwhelming majority of voters supported video choice.”

Let’s see. Do you want more choice or more legislation? That’s a toughie!

Does anyone put any stock in ridiculous “bipartisan” surveys like this?