Kathy Frankovic sees strong parallels between currently bleak assessments of the president and the economy and those expressed by Americans in 1992 and 1980.
Frank Newport puts on his sociologist's hat and examines Barack Obama's controversial "bitter" comments.
David Hill thinks "young politicians" like Barack Obama need to put less faith in sociology.
Ana Marie Cox sees a different context for the "erosion of trust" results from today's Post/ABC poll.
Jennifer Agiesta reviews data on how white Catholics view the 2008 race.
Jay Cost considers what Barack Obama's performance among white voters may or may not mean to super delegates.
Marc Ambinder ponders the Pennsylvania polls and passes on how the campaigns are spinning their internal results.
Robert Novak theorizes why Mark Penn remains on board with the Clinton campaign.
Geoff Garin promises to read a lot of email.
And, in case anyone is wondering, pollsforcongress.com is a candidate, not a research firm.
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