04/02/2008 05:42 pm ET | Updated May 25, 2011

"Outliers" for April 2

Gary Langer averages airworthy national polls and considers coverage problems in a "global" poll.

Kathy Frankovic pays homage to Phil Meyer's contribution and ponders the future of polls and journalism.

Frank Newport sees little change in patterns of voting by religion.

David Hill thinks John McCain wants to run against Barack Obama.

Mark Mellman warns against March polls to forecast November elections.

Anthony Greenwald expounds on "Bradley" and "Reverse Bradley" effects.

Noam Scheiber links to Greenwald and takes some due credit.

Seelye and Bosman provide some historical context on Democratic defectors (via Schaffner).

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