Emily Swanson | August 21, 2009
Topics: Outliers Feature
Ron Brownstein traces the demographics of Obama's decline.
Charlie Cook forsees a bleak 2010 for Obama and the Dems.
Michael Scherer says August does not matter for Obama.
Chris Good reports a silver lining the White House sees in the NBC poll.
Andrew Kohut wonders whether Americans would support Medicare if it were proposed today.
Kim Parker reviews recent polling on end-of-life decisions.
Conor Clarke differs with Chuck Grassley's definition of "the public."
Bill McInturff thinks Obama should slow down on health care.
Humphrey Taylor takes a detailed look at what people want out of health care.
Gary Langer thinks demand for swine flu vaccine may outstrip supply.
Tom Jensen defends PPP's weighting in Colorado.
Rob Pegoraro reviews the latest American Consumer Satisfaction Index results.
The Association Collaborative Effort (ACE) announces a set of common terms and definitions for online research.
And Michelle Cottle points to some interesting findings about what travelers really want out of their hotel rooms.