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"Outliers" for 12-21

Topics: 2008 , Push "Polls" , The 2008 Race

Barack Obama starts mentioning poll numbers.

John McCain wants another investigation into another so-called "push poll," this time allegedly benefiting Mike Huckabee.

Campaigns & Elections magazine reminds us that "push-polls" are not polls at all.

Giuliani pollster Ed Goeas discusses national polls and the Giuliani strategy.

Michael Mcauliff profiles Clinton pollster Mark Penn.

Kathy Frankovic reviews data showing Democrats are "far more energized" and attentive to the presidential campaign than Republicans.

Frank Newport suggests the "Huckabee boomlet" may have "leveled off" nationally, and ponders the 62% of Republicans who say they are "afraid" of a Hillary Clinton presidency.

Chris Cillizza reports on response to Hillary Clinton from a Washington Post post-debate focus group in Iowa.

Mark Mellman breaks down the strategies of the Democratic presidential candidates.

David Hill thinks Hillary Clinton "may have blown her chances" by unleashing Bill Clinton in recent weeks.

Gary Langer argues that the Mitchell Report on steroids in baseball misconstrued data on teen steroid use.

Carl Bialik, in his Numbers Guy column and blog, looks at shortcomings in the "top searches" that the top Web search companies report for 2008.

 

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