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Remainders


Gary Langer remembers the numbers for Newt Gingrich when he was Speaker.

Frank Newport looks at Gallup's numbers on the Democratic presidential race with and without Al Gore.

Jennifer Agiesta looks at what the Fox News poll has to say about how closely Americans followed the Moveon.org "General Betray-Us" controversy.

Jay Cost considers how voter inattention combines with horserace coverage to drive early trial-heat poll numbers.

Marc Ambinder and Jonathan Martin report the latest poll memo from the Romney campaign.

David Hill looks back at what polls in 1994 had to say about Hillary Clinton's health care initiative.

Mark Mellman looks at how much results can change when pollsters weight the data.

Ben Smith has video of a verbal smackdown between Clinton pollster Mark Penn and Romney media consultant Alex Castellano.

And Pollster.com reader "sjc" notices something I overlooked: How many more respondents are opting for the Democratic primary in New Hampshire in the latest CNN/WMUR/UNH poll now as compared to 2000.

 

Comments
Andrew:

The huge number of Americans who have no opinion of the moveon ad is a reflection of the bad job the media had done reporting it. Nothing but the healine "betray us' was discussed, leaving out the substance of the ad.

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The Political Tipster:

Regarding the reweighting of polls what about the infamous 'rerunning 2006; DailyKos poll that actually showed Lieberman ahead of Lamont by 10pts (slightly more than the actual result).


http://thepoliticaltipster.wordpress.com/2007/09/18/the-truth-about-the-lieberpoll/

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