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Back at 50 'Outliers'

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Gallup has Obama's approval back at 50%.

Mark Memmott charts Obama's disapproval exceeding approval.

Evan McMorris-Santaro ponders post-SOTU rise in Obama approval

Chris Bowers shows Democrats falling behind on his national House ballot average.

Michael Barone looks at the generic ballots, sees an "epic party disaster" looming for Democrats.

Frank Luntz pens a memo on how to kill financial reform.

Democrats still outnumber Republicans in most states, according to Gallup.

The Cato Institute profiles Libertarian voters (via Lundry).

A DailyKos diarist suggests the next logical step in "crowdsourcing" polling; Andrew Gelman is horrified.

Patrick Egan and Nathaniel Persily say in 5 years most Americans will favor same-sex marriage.

Mike Bloomberg's pollster turns to market research; Lundry pushes back.

The District of Columbia loves President Obama.

 

Comments
Farleftandproud:

Obama's question and answer session, was the best bi-partisan effort I have seen in my life or any president reaching out to a group of leaders, not as a political party, but as people. I felt as though he brought up some important points about things we can all do as a team to change things without playing partisan politics. I doubt his opposition is going to listen to him and things will change that much, but this was totally unscripted and for the Obama sceptics, he did not use a tele-prompter. He did an amazing job.

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Farleftandproud:

I do have to say that Obama should not make any of those gambling away your money in Vegas comments. The recession is way too serious of a problem there for Obama to be joking about it. If Obama wants to talk about gambling again he should use foreign cities like Monte Carlo.

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