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Another Batch of "Outliers"

Topics: Outliers Feature

Ruy Teixeira responds to Jay Cost the New Progressive America, Cost replies.

Ross Douthat weighs in on Teixeira vs. Cost (via Cost).

The Pew Research Center compares health care reform attitudes in 1993 and 2009.

Glen Bolger reviews what his NPR/Greenberg/POS survey says about Obama's economic policies (update: also adds cautions for GOP).

Charlie Cook ponders apparent Republican gains among independents in the NPR survey.

DemfromCT sees good signs for Democrats in the NPR survey.

Markos Moulitsas challenges a congressman's assertions about public opinion and immigration.

Stephen Kinney considers the declining relevance of print media.

Nielsen reports (pdf) on the new global footprint of social networking (via Raine).

Chris Weigant ponders apparent differences among likely voters in our Obama approval chart.

Tom Jensen knocks down a strange accusation (and teases PPP's releases next week).  

DavidNYC reminds us that Swing State Project has completed its database of presidential vote results by congressional district.

Survey Sampling releases (pdf) a summary of their test of grid questions (Via ResearchRants).

AAPOR relays a federal court ruling upholding respondent confidentiality.

DCAAPOR hosts a Meet the Author talk by David Moore in Washington on March 26.

Nate Silver breaks out the red boldface over Obama's NCAA bracket picks.

 

Comments
Vicente Duque:

Mr Mark Blumenthal :

Thanks for providing these "Outliers" that save me a lot of time. It is very time consuming to use search engines to locate good pages on these topics of interest for you and for many of us.

On my part, I devote a lot of time in Search Engines trying to find what is going on in the topic of School Demographies and Education Demographies. Those children and preadolescents will vote one day in the near future.

Milenials.com

Vicente Duque

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