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03/12/2011 01:13 pm ET Updated May 25, 2011

Mathematically Annoying Advertising 'Outliers'

The Washington Post shares analysis of the battle over public employee unions from Pew's Scott Keeter and others.

Josh Kraushaar says Scott Walker is losing the argument over collective bargaining.

Mark Mellman says Walker is "raising Jihad" against unions.

A Winthrop University poll finds Mike Huckabee leads among Republicans in Southern states.

Pew Research explains how they decide what to ask in their polls.

Peyton Craighill reviews polling on single parenthood in light of Mike Huckabee's comments about Natalie Portman.

David Hill expects a "Gulf of Tonkin Ploy" by Democrats in 2012.

Frank Newport writes of a "jobs paradox" when reducing federal spending.

Democrats predominate in watching CSI: Miami, Republicans are more likely to watch NCIS (via MonkeyCage).

xkcd shares "mathematically annoying advertising."

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