Emily Swanson | September 16, 2010
Topics: Outliers Feature
Alex Bratty notes that Democratic candidates are turning their backs on Obama.
Stu Rothenberg prefers partisan pollsters.
Mark Mellman makes the case for sampling from registered voter lists.
Nate Silver points out that "tightening" polls may actually be a results of pollsters switching to likely voter screens.
Julie Phelan says Barack and Michelle Obama and Sarah Palin are all campaign trail liabilities.
Josh Krashaar thinks polling shouldn't trump common sense.
David Hill advises Democrats to confess their mistakes.
Joe Lenski wonders if Republican delegate rules could prolong the primary process in 2012.
Chris Bowers offers the "ubiquitous political junkie fallacy."