Mark Blumenthal | October 26, 2007
Topics: 2008 , The 2008 Race
Jay Cost ponders the history of national presidential primary polls and concludes they "are too volatile" to reach the conclusion that Hillary Clinton is inevitable.
Jennifer Agiesta uses Quinnipiac University survey data on general presidential election match-ups in New York State to check the potential "home-court edge" for Hillary Clinton and Rudy Giuliani.
Marc Ambinder ponders how Rasmussen's polls are perceived (and used) by the press, campaigns and their pollsters.
David Hill thinks Mike Huckabee needs to "rethink his bid" given his showing in national polls.
Katherine Seelye considers why John McCain appears to run stronger against Hillary Clinton than Rudy Giuliani or Mitt Romney.