Emily Swanson | July 15, 2010
Topics: Outliers Feature
Jennifer Agiesta finds 50% disapprove of Obama on financial regulations.
Jon Cohen weighs conflicting polls on a deepwater drilling ban.
Patrick Ottenhoff reports that Republicans will look for House pickups in districts where Kerry outperformed Obama.
Andrew Gelman reminds us that Americans can be "pretty uninformed about about the economy," including their own personal experiences.
David Hill thinks Baby Boomers may be returning to their political roots.
Tom Jensen notices Democrats trailing even when they're more popular than their opponents.
Mark Mellman advocates switching to electric cars.
PPP finds Michael Steele is unpopular in his home state.
Alex Lundry launches a TechRepublican blog on the political tech revolution in data and analytics.
Taegan Goddard's new Political Dictionary defines "push polling" and gets it right.
Ezra Klein shares a chart "worth a thousand words."