Emily Swanson | April 28, 2010
Topics: Outliers Feature
Jennifer Agiesta notes that current generic House "reelect" numbers match those from the early '90s.
Jennifer De Pinto assesses where Americans rank immigration as an issue.
Tom Jensen sees potential gains for Democrats in Senate races with still unresolved primaries.
Mark Mellman discusses the economy's impact in 2010.
John Sides finds that most Tea Party respondents to the Politico/TargetPoint poll favor Republicans.
John McLaughlin finds no change in perceptions of Tea Party groups since January.
Humphrey Taylor answers questions about the UK elections.
Henry Copeland endorses the Hix/Vivyan UK poll tracking and projections.
Nathan Empsall argues Crist as an independent is still on life support.
Gallup finds that education is a better predictor of abortion attitudes than gender.
David Hill argues that abortion has declined in prominence as an issue for Republicans.
Sean Trende thinks Obama's coalition is weak, even for 2012.
Edison Research will exit poll in the Republic of Georgia.
The Dartmouth News interviews Harry Enten.
AP asks the burning question: which is a better listener, a dog or a husband?