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Demographic Crosstab "Outliers"

Topics: Outliers Feature

Gallup now publishes weekly demographic crosstabs for presidential approval (downloadable spreadsheet too!).

Jennifer Agiesta shares the Washington Post/ABC job approval demographic cross-tabs.

John Hinderaker says the CBS/New York Times health reform survey "skews left," Steve Benen and Eric Kleefeld counter (see also Chris Beam and yours truly).

More on the CBS/NYT health care reform survey from Gary Andres, Steve Benen, John Graham, Ed Kilgore, Nolan McCarty, McJoan, Ramesh Ponnuru, Greg Sargent and Josh Tucker

Nate Silver reviews multiple polls and their results on the public option.

Glen Bolger explores the Resurgent Republic health care polling data.

Andrew Gelman points to some statistical methods for election auditing.

Michael Franc sees a new conservative plurality.

Sheri and Alan Rivlan call for compromise to pass health care reform.

Ben Sargent notices an increase in GOP negatives in the wake of the Sotomayor nomination.

Jay Cost thinks we make too much of presidential "teflon."

DemFromCt gathers the low approval ratings of Republicans from multiple polls.

Tom Jensen ponders divergent poll results in Ohio.

Think Progress unmasks a "progressive" anti-immigration reform polling effort (via @CenteredPols)

Arlen Specter hires Democratic pollsters Jef Pollock and Mark Mellman

Nancy Scola highlights the powerful combination of Google search, Data.gov and Gapminder visualization.

 

Comments
RussTC3:

Looking at those demographic breakdowns, it's very clear just how solid President Obama's support is among Democrats and Independents (around 3/4 of voters in the two parties approve of his performance when you base it on 2008 exit polls, or Pollster.com averages). Down low single digits from Gallup's January numbers (where nearly 4/5 Dem/IND voters approved of his performance).

His slight slide in overall approval numbers (from 67% to 59% currently) is due almost entirely to the slide in support among Republicans (from 41% to 23%).

Impressive.

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