46 "Outliers"

02/27/2009 05:20 pm ET | Updated May 25, 2011

Kaiser's Drew Altman identifies a key health reform polling number to watch; Ezra Klein, Kevin Drum and Andrew Sullivan ponder it further.

David Weigel takes a long and skeptical look at Rasmussen Reports, joined by Josh Marshall and Matt Yglesias.

Gary Langer says Barack Obama's initial job ratings are strong, average for a new president, and as partisan as other recent new presidents.

Frank Newport finds that forty-somethings worry more about money.

Jennifer Agiesta looks at support for DC voting rights.

David Hill offers Obama advice and explains how pollsters evaluate political viability.

Tom Jensen wonders why IVR polls seem to produce different job approval numbers.

Wilson Research assesses the political environment.

John Sides says Stan Greenberg was right; finds "nothing particularly useful" in Gallup speech reaction poll.

Stan Greenberg booked on this Sunday's This Week with George Stephanopolous.

Paul Bedard ponders whether Frank Luntz is a uniter or a traitor.

Frank Luntz wants your thoughts.

Michael Link and colleagues explain "address based sampling" as means of reaching cell phone only households.

Congratulations to occasional poll parser and proud new papa Chris Cillizza.

The headline? A clue in this link.