Mark Blumenthal | July 12, 2008
Jon Cohen sees a gap between high interest in the election and low information about the candidates.
Frank Newport finds that more "important" religion is to the voter, the more likely they are to favor McCain
Kathy Frankovic warns against putting too much faith in "early and incomplete" exit poll results.
Nate Silver sees a very strong correlation between the national popular vote and his electoral college projections.
Julie Rehmeyer of ScienceNews profiles Nate Silver.
Ronald Hansen, of the Arizona Republic, reviews the challenges facing pollsters.
A pollster friendly anti-"push poll" bill passes the Louisiana House and Senate.
Inside Higher Ed looks at the perils of private polls conducted by academic survey centers.