He Said 'Tweet' Outliers

07/29/2011 06:33 pm ET | Updated Sep 28, 2011

Gallup Daily shows Obama approval hitting a new low.

John Sides says Barack Obama in on the cusp of becoming the 2012 underdog and his best hope is turning the election into a referendum.

Amy Walter looks at strong Tea Party supporters and their rejection of compromise; Peyton Craighill and Scott Clement have more.

Frank Newport notes that John Boehner does better with Tea Party Republicans than non-Tea Party Republicans.

Nate Silver surveys the electoral damage of the debt debate.

Scott Rasmussen says an exclusive focus on opposing tax hikes is a "losing position for Republicans" (via Sullivan).

Andrew Sullivan notes a tipping point in support for marriage equality.

Paul Bedard notes both Gallup and Pew Research have upped their cell phone samples (via Sides).

Nathan Yau takes a crack at brand sentiment scoring via Twitter.

Henry Farrell shares a study showing Twitter users are politically polarized.

Barack Obama tells us to "tweet."