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Scozzafava'd 'Outliers'

Topics: Outliers Feature

Jon Lerner shares his take on Scozzafava's departure from his CFG sponsored poll.

Micah Sifry proposes a way for Chris Daggett to overcome fear of wasted voting; 55,000+ (as of this hour) take the Daggett Pledge.

Jennifer Agiesta says Deeds is underperforming outside NoVA.

Tom Jensen says even Obama ran better in rural VA; finds Corzine will need 17% from NJ voters who don't like him.

Anthony Salvanto and Mark Gersh drill down on NY-23.

Charlie Cook sees no bellwethers in the 2009 races.

Stuart Rothenberg sums up the outlook for 2009.

Chris Bowers unveils his 2009 election forecast and debuts his National House Ballot monitor.

Jim Geraghty ponders the undecideds in New Jersey.

Ben Smith chronicles the role of pollster Joel Benenson in the Corzine campaign.

Sarah Dutton breaks down Obama's approval slide.

Gallup presents five key realities of public opinion and health care reform.

Frank Luntz releases another health care strategy memo (via Lundry); Brian Beutler summarizes.

Nicholas Thompson says the NBC/WSJ polls shows Americans have different health priorities than Obama.

Alex Bratty sees GOP opportunity amidst low trust in government.

Tom Schaller outlines a general theory of Democratic disgruntlement.

Steve Benen has his usual fun with the Fox News polls.  

Tom Edsall expands on the Hart Research findings that average people don't see government stimulus helping them.

Bloomberg/Selzer says investors still fear Rout in Stocks.

Josh Tucker finds factoid in SUSA tabs: Corzine hits 50% among Springsteen fans.

Flowing Data puts cell size in perspective (the other kind of cell size).

And Ana Marie Cox explains "scozzafava'd."

 

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