Mark Blumenthal | October 4, 2009
Topics: Outliers Feature
The New York Times' Shaila Dewan reviews the Strategic Vision story, confirms that the Atlanta Journal Constitution never received "supporting documentation" for their polls after repeated requests.
The National Council on Public Polls issues its own call for full disclosure: "A refusal to disclose can ignite the suspicion that there is something to hide."
Joshua Tucker calls on Rasmussen to free its cross-tabs.
Tom Jensen shares a word on party ID on their Virginia survey.
Glen Bolger sees an opening in Obama's weak approval ratings on top issue priorities.
Doug Schoen says Americans want entrepreneurship-friendly policies.
Resurgent Republic summarizes how the cost of health care reform cuts into its support.
Tom Edsall examines the income divide among Democrats.
Andrew Gelman assesses Norman Podhoretz' Why Are Jews Liberal.
Chris Bowers requests tabs showing Sestak leading Specter among PA voters who know both.
The Associated Press reports on call center Western Wats employing children as young as 13.