11/18/2009 03:35 pm ET | Updated May 25, 2011

Can You Actually Spell Erudite? 'Outliers'

Gary Langer considers divergent results on terror trials.

Greg Sargent notes that NYC terror trial opposition tends to be old, white and Republican.

David Hill gives Obama's stock a "sell" rating.

Mark Mellman says voters oppose Congress making abortion decision.

John Petrocik charts Obama job approval for Resurgent Republic.

Alan Reifman calculates opposition to health care reform from the Left.

John Sides flags surprising opposition to the Opt-Out provision for the Public Option.

Nathaniel Persily reviews new survey data on "terror, torture and death."

Politico's Alex Isenstadt reports on reactions from Democratic party officials to setbacks with independents.

Noam Scheiber responds to Rasmussen and Schoen on deficit politics.

Nate Silver, Tom Schaller and Jim Geraghty ponder whether Sarah Palin will run for president.

James Vega thinks Obama's new Afghan strategy is not a "betrayal" of the Democratic base.

Chris Bowers finds the demographics of Democrats look more progressive than Blue Dog.

Tom Schaller handicaps the 2010 races for governor.

Teagan Goddard recaps coverage of his CQ/Roll Call polling panel.

The Pew Internet & American Life Project reports on teens and distracted driving.

Mike Mokrzycki assesses two surveys looking at who will pay for news.

Melissa DeCesare shares data on the power of Mom.

Doug Hoffman "Un-Concedes."

How will Frank Luntz top this (via Eldon)?