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Ignore Polls Not People 'Outliers'

Topics: Outliers Feature

Tom Edsall considers the political implications of the shifts in American "have" and "have not"coalitions.

Stan Greenberg says 2010 looks like 1994...for now (more here and here, poll here).

Chris Bowers notes that the national House ballot question remains stable, despite a shift to registered voter samples.

David Krane asks what would happen if the 2012 election were held today.

John Sides argues
the "important" events in 2008 weren't actually that important.

Jon Cohen revisits recent polling on offshore drilling.

David Hill favors a less-is-more mindset in Congress.

Mark Mellman finds robust support for financial reform.

Kevin Drum says issue polling means little when Americans haven't formed opinions on the issue yet (via Sullivan).

National Media finds sports viewers skew Republican.

Bob Groves wins over critics.

Nate Silver finds no evidence that red states are falling behind on census participation.

And the Census shows up in unexpected places.

 

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