Amy Walter finds fundamentals favoring Obama.
Sean Trende sees a race between Barack Obama and gravity.
Jay Cost argues that the first debate was more a Romney win than an Obama loss.
Dan Hopkins reports on a debate test conducted by ReactLabs and a quartet of political scientists.
Numbers Guy Carl Bialik takes on the polling wars.
Hotline's "Political Insiders" call for weighting by party ID.
Steve Shepard explains how Gallup chooses likely voters.
Jay Cost condemns the timing of Gallup's methodological changes.
AP releases interactive data of exit polling demographics.
Steve Singiser questions the exit poll cutbacks.
Gary King says aggregate polls give a better picture of Election Day.
AAPOR offers a caution on "credibility intervals."
Sean Trende shares a "mindblowingly awesome" video.
TiVo finds Republicans like golf, Democrats prefer cartoons.
The Daily Show conducts a poll of polls.
CORRECTION:An earlier version of this story said Nate Cohn compared this year's Gallup poll likely voter gap to 2004. His comparison was to 2008.