Republican pollster David Hill thinks GOP unity on the stimulus package was a blunder.
Mark Mellman considers the many meanings of "bipartisan."
Jay Cost is cheered by rising partisanship.
Eric Kleefeld Fisks the question wording of a Fox News poll.
Tom Jensen considers question wording when asking about a smoking ban.
Patrick Murray considers question wording when asking about gay marriage.
Josh Marshall proposes a confidence interval (of sorts) for "really, really bad."
Michael Crowley is grateful to AP/GfK for double checking.
The New America Foundation releases a new report on the Millennials.Charlie Cook foresees a record numbers of Senate seats up for grabs (bringing joy to pollsters and political consultants).
Mark Blumenthal (yea, that's me) tweets a thought about the new CNN poll, allowing Ben Smith to "blog" it first. But I was busy working on something else. Speaking of which, make sure you check in with Pollster.com over the weekend,
as I will have something very interesting posted tomorrow morning. Semi-false alarm: I'll likely post that item Monday morning, but we will have some interesting Oscar themed news on Sunday.
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