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Super Bowl 'Outliers'

Topics: Outliers Feature

Ron Brownstein reviews the demographics of Congressional Districts (don't miss the interactive map).

Gallup releases data showing 36% of Americans have a positive view of socialism and adds Obama job approval to their "State of the States" feature.

Matthew Yglesias thinks
ideological self-reports are not very useful.

Frank Newport takes questions
on the public's state of mind, the Tea Party Convention, and how elected officials can benefit from polling.

Joshua Tucker adds his caveats to the Daily Kos Republicans poll.

Chris Bowers finds little support for cutting government.

Jonathan Bernstein considers the limits of polling on health reform (via Sullivan).

National Journal's insiders project big losses for Democrats in 2010.

Andrew Gelman shares
more back-and-forth with David Runciman.

PPP sees a partisan divide in Super Bowl allegiances.

Marist finds 49% think issue ads aren't appropriate for the Super Bowl.

Zogby says 59% of Americans plan to watch the Super Bowl.

 

Comments
Ike:

I will not watch the Superbowl, because from the looks of it, I will be too busy analyzing polls about the Superbowl.

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