Democratic Exodus


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Progressives up for re-election can read the tea leaves.

What the Israeli Public Really Thinks


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Secularists, not the religious, lead the country’s rightward shift.

Why Romney May Win


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The president is in more trouble than Democratic-slanted polls let on.

Wisconsin: Did Walker Wars Plant the Seeds of Dem Defeat?


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State campaign ground games drastically different thanks to recall efforts.

Pat Caddell Speaks at the Wednesday Morning Club


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Esteemed pollster sheds light on what to expect for election day.

Romney Surges


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Dramatic changes in the polls spell trouble for Obama.

How the ObamaMedia Faked Obama’s Growth in the Polls


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On September 11 and 12, Democrats were being oversampled by 3 percent. Two days later they were being oversampled by 4 percent. A week later by 5 percent. By September 23rd, they were being oversampled by 6 percent. By the 26th they were being oversampled by 9 percent.

Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell, and Don’t Even Pretend to Be Fair- Part V: Lies, Damn Lies, and Polls


Why is the media touting public opinion polls about “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell,” when it ignores public opinion polls on other controversial cultural issues?

The Thrill Is Gone: Audible Gasps on MSNBC Set Over MA Bellweather Polls


This morning on MSNBC’s  Morning Joe show, as Chris Matthews reported his conversation with Suffolk University pollster David Paleologos that the GOP’s Scott Brown leads Martha Coakley by “double-digits” in the “Bellweather areas” of Massachusetts, audible gasps of “Oh, my God” are loudly heard on the MSNBC set.

The bellweather areas last night were double digit for Brown so [...]

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Byron York: Why Democrats push health care, even if it kills them – Washington Examiner


To some observers, the Democrats’ race to pass national health care seems irrational — even suicidal. Don’t party leaders understand how much the public opposes the bills currently on the table? Don’t they know that voters are likely to take their revenge at the polls next year? Given that, why do they keep rushing ahead? […]