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Honeymoon's Over 'Outliers'

03/15/2013 05:04 pm ET | Updated Mar 15, 2013

Nate Cohn says Obama's declining popularity is no big deal.

Micah Cohen provides some context for early 2016 presidential polling.

Alexander Burns reports on the GOP's effort to reboot its polling organization.

The RNC announces a plan to give Republican vendors access to its voter database.

Ashley Koning and David Redlawsk offer empirical evidence showing how Portman's endorsement of gay marriage could affect other Republicans (via Lundry).

Noah Rothman sees a rise in data driven analysis in Chris Hayes' MSNBC promotion.

Micah Cohen provides some context for early 2016 presidential polling.

Mark Mellman finds evidence that party labels influence voter issue positions.

Alexander Burns reports on the GOP's effort to reboot its polling organization.

Harry Enten isn't betting on Ashley Judd for 2014.

Elizabeth Wilner reviews the lessons television advertising buyers learned in 2012.

Andrew Gelman flags an error in a New York Times attempt to define p-values.

Howard Silver opposes Sen. Coburn's call for cuts to political science funding.

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