Mark Blumenthal | October 17, 2008
Ron Brownstein unveils a massive micro-subgroup analysis of twenty years worth of exit poll data in a National Journal cover story on the "hidden history of the American electorate." It includes detailed interactive charts -- see this example to see how 14 Hispanic subgroups voted since 1988.
Rasmussen's respondents also rate Obama the winner.
Anna Greenberg and David Walker review trends among women voters in battleground states
Nate Silver continues to fisk Drudge.
A single trader drove up the price of McCain "stock" on intrade - can a single respondent have that much influence on a survey?
Simon Rosenberg expects McCain to close strong.
John Sides reviews The Persuadable Voter , the new book on microtargetting and wedge issues by Sunshine Hillygus and Todd Shields, and posts a trove of Polisci links, including Erikson and Bartels predictions of an Obama victory and Holbrook's electoral college forecast.
And for those who missed it...
(And if CNN's finicky embedded video isn't working, try this link).