Mark Blumenthal | April 11, 2008
Topics: 2008 , Frank Newport , Gallup , George Bush , John McCain , Kathy Frankovic , Pollster , Steve Lombardo
Kathy Frankovic sees little evidence of a "Limbaugh Effect" in exit polls.
Tom Holbrook illustrates the record of statewide polls in March, April May and June 2004 in predicting results in November.
Chuck Todd (citing Republican pollster Steve Lombardo) says John McCain holds a "faux lead" in national polls.
Will Marshall sees a security gap holding back the Democrats against John McCain.
Alan Abramowitz and Ruy Teixeira consider the political implications of a shrinking working class.
Paul Begala has "nothing but contempt" for Mark Penn.
Michael Crowley sees parallels between Mark Penn and Dick Morris.
Brian Schaffner plots Walmart and Pick-Up trucks by state to see how Pennsylvania compares.