Mark Blumenthal | October 22, 2008
Topics: Outliers Feature
At TPMCafe discussion with David Moore, Scott Althaus looks at whether likely voter models captured the Bush "ground game" in 2004.
Gallup says 80% of Americans are aware of Colin Powell's endorsement, but only 12% are more likely to vote for Obama as a result.
Jon Cohen finds the Powell endorsement has a bigger impact with independents.
Gary Langer finds an Obama advantage in battleground states.
The UChannel shares a discussion on the reliability of state polling via YouTube.
Michael Barone considers the Bradley Effect and the problems of exit polls.
The Hill finds chatter about an "internal" Obama poll showing a closer race in Pennsylvania.
Politico finds Pennsylvania analysts and insiders who think the race is closer than the polls there suggest.
PPP profiles swing voters in North Carolina.