Andrew Kohut notes the parallels between first 100 day reactions to Barack Obama and Ronald Reagan.
Gary Langer rages against online surveys that claim a margin of error.
Carl Bialik critiques the online survey that produced the widely quoted "sexting" statistic.
Mark Mellman takes up the polarizing meme.
Neil Newhouse says Americans are ready to choose computers over televisions.
Glen Bolger looks at the demographics of the generic House vote.
Alex Bratty finds sympathy for tea parties.
Chris Cillizza gathers pollster reactions to the rising tide of "right track" results.
Chris Bowers averages Obama approval results by survey mode and population.
Jay Cost asks whether Jon Stewart influences public opinion.
Nate Silver asks if Republicans are turning into Libertarians.
DemfromCT reviews the AP and Pew surveys.
Marc Ambinder ponders the sources of Obama's popularity.
First Read reacts to the Kos/R2000 Texas secession poll.
TPMCafe's Book Club hosts a discussion of Gelman's Red State, Blue State.
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