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  • Too soon to make too much of the polls

     
    Mid-August polls in the three most recent races when an incumbent president facec a challenger: 2004, President George W. Bush (red) vs. John Kerry (blue) FOX/Opinion Dynamics 8/25 44 45 Gallup 8/25 50 47 NPR 8/24 45 50 GWU Battleground......
  • Terms limits

     
    In another thread, commenter Barry3 points to Democrats, Republicans Diverge on Capitalism, Federal Gov't; results from a new Gallup Poll in which voters were asked for their gut responses to a set of economics-related terms: Democrats have a more...
  • Gallup Poll says Florida least religious state in the South

     
    With 37.6 percent of Floridians saying they are “very religious,” Florida ranks at the bottom of Southern states, according to the latest Gallup Poll. Mississippi, with 58 percent of its residents classified as very religious, tops the...
  • They cannot stand Pat. But right's move to oust state GOP chair doomed to backfire

     
    Here's guessing that when the state's top Democrats gather these days, they're superstitiously avoiding mention of the coup attempt brewing in the Illinois GOP. Goodness knows they don't want to jinx it. The Illinois Republican State Central Committee has...
  • Did You Know Happiness Grows After 50?

    Imagine that life were a board game—let's call it, "Are We There Yet?" The objective of the game—"getting there"—could be to attain happiness and even, say, wisdom (a very new-age board game). It could also be to avoid the pitfalls of...
  • Braun came from behind in 1992, it's true. But she wasn't this far behind

     
    The story that Carol Moseley Braun is telling supporters (and perhaps even herself) is that being far behind in the polls isn’t necessarily predictive of failure on election day. Yes, the new Tribune poll shows her trailing Rahm Emanuel 49......