Polling Data

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In Robert Farley
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On September 17, 2004
Via Kos, John Zogby makes a compelling argument that telephone polling, as we know it, is obsolete: Zogby points out that you don’t know in which area code the cell phone user lives. Nor do you know what they do. Beyond that, you miss younger people who live on cell phones. If you do a political […]

Panic

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On September 16, 2004
I know, I know, we’re not supposed to panic. 6+ weeks to go, debates, etc. But I’m going to panic a little anyway, in response to the SUSA New Jersey, Florida and Illinois polls, and the Quinnipiac Penn poll. Not to mention the Bush bounce at Rasmussen today.
Jesse Taylor points out: Missile defense is not a bad idea…in the abstract. Defending oneself from missiles, after all, was the basis of a seminal videogame in the 1980s, which made the point that stopping missiles from hitting us was not only useful for protecting your cities and missile bases, but was also entertaining and […]
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