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Reality TV, Fake Numbers 'Outliers'

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Sean Trende says it's too early for Democrats to panic.

Joel Benenson says "the only thing that's bouncing around are the polls."

Matthew Dickinson argues we shouldn't pay attention to polls (and argues with Nate Silver in the comments).

Dickinson vs. Silver, round two.

Ann Selzer explains "why our poll may be an outlier."

Aaron Blake has additional thoughts on Wednesday's Bloomberg outlier.

Mark Mellman takes a victory lap over a questionable North Dakota poll.

Larry Bartels expounds on the meaning of the "working class."

Alan Secrest goes out of business.

Donna Victoria updates on what it's like to own a phone bank.

Andrew Gelman answers Joanna Adams' questions about political polling.

XKCD quantifies words for small sets.

Toothpaste For Dinner shares possibly the most universal survey ever.

FluffPost finds reality TV attracts some rabbit fans.

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