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The 2012 election did not provide a clear mandate for either party, and certainly not for President Obama. The election itself reflected the polarization of the last four years and offered little in the way of direction about what the… Continue reading
The mudslinging between the candidates and campaigns in this election was matched by the vitriol spewed over the polls. This one is oversampling Democrats, this one leans Right and this one is biased left.
We have heard it all over… Continue reading
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What Did We Learn From The Presidential Debate? Not Much.
A Narrow Win For Romney At First Presidential Debate
Barack Obama and Mitt Romney during the Presidential Debate Denver,… Continue reading
Don’t count him out yet. (Image credit: Getty Images via @daylife)
The race for the presidency is getting closer and closer by the day. While last week it looked like it could be a runaway victory for President Obama, new… Continue reading
There has probably been more discussion of polls, sample, design, questioning technique, and of course, results of opinion polls, in this election than ever before. ;
As someone who has made his living doing polls for the last 35 years,… Continue reading