Evan Wolfson talks with BuzzFeed about “setting the stage for a successful return to the Supreme Court.” He and his group, Freedom to Marry, are focused on making sure the justices and other decision-makers across the country know the debate is over.
Public Policy Polling’s latest national survey shows no one’s doing well in Washington these days.
Only one out of ten Americans polled by Gallup rate the honesty and ethical standards of Congressional members as “very high” or “high,” ranking lawmakers just below advertising professionals and above only car salespeople on a list of twenty-two professions.
Romney was reportedly shocked that his internal numbers were proven wrong on Election Day. Left out of that narrative: Alex Gage’s maps.
Romney aide admits: “We thought the game would be one thing, and it ended up being another.”
A curious location for balloting at the Franklin School in Philadelphia. UPDATE: Judge orders mural covered up.
MSNBC’s conservative morning host hedges that bet with a reminder that liberal elites in Manhattan were convinced Jimmy Carter would beat Ronald Reagan in 1980.
Nate Silver’s newest reader: Stu Stevens.
With less two weeks left until the election, pollsters are churning out 20 state and national polls a day — all for attention. “Politics is not a major source of income, but it is a major source of branding,” says Zogby.
Unskewed? Public Policy Polling a “biased, New World Order-friendly polling organization.”
Top surrogate and debate sparring partner says Romney has pulled even in Ohio, as he raises expectations for tonight’s town hall.
Republicans and Democrats no longer have the same facts. It’s the perceptual bias, stupid.
Dean Chambers, the man behind Unskewedpolls.com, looks to “unskew” the media and politics. His numbers have given Republicans “a boost of confidence.”
Dean Chambers, founder of unskewedpolls.com, has reweighted national polling data based on Rasmussen partisan trends. His results give Romney a wide lead.
“We knew this was gonna be a tough race,” Jim Messina says. “We knew that once Mitt Romney locked up the nomination, Republicans would get behind him and this race would be tight — just like we always knew it would be.”
To prevent fraud during the presidential election, Vladimir Putin decided to install two webcams in each polling station in Russia. At the end, it did not stop the massive fraud, but we learned a lot of epic things can happen when Russians are voting.
Matt Towery is an old Gingrich friend with a colorful past whose poll numbers often favor his fellow Georgian. “Any suggestion that I poll favorably towards him would be untrue,” he tells BuzzFeed
The Utahn is closing, his supporters believe, but maybe not fast enough.
So much for “Huntsmentum.” (Via TPM)
The results are shocking, I know.
They’ve been routinely mocked by CNN and Fox News. They’ve been accused of class warfare by Mitt Romney. Now the #occupywallstreet protesters rate favorably in a new poll from the notoriously conservative Rasmussen Reports.
Those geniuses over at CNN who decided it was good for the country to legitimize an extremely radical faction of one political party have got to be kicking themselves over this news. More on this at ThinkProgress.
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No, seriously. Public Policy Polling, apparently bored with their jobs, found that Sheen was beating Palin amongst all-important independent voters in a hypothetical presidential match-up. Duh. Full results here.
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Nate Silver explains why Matt Drudge and Zogby are full of crap.