Pollsters Are Geeks Too "Outliers"

06/07/2009 11:27 am ET | Updated May 25, 2011
  • Mark Blumenthal Mark Blumenthal is the Head of Election Polling at SurveyMonkey.

PPP teases partial results from their VA poll again.

The Washington Post publishes the Suffolk University and Kos/Research 2000 polls.

Nate Silver sees parallels between Virginia 2009 and Iowa 2004.

Gary Langer evaluates how words affect poll questions on affirmative action.

Kos discovers that only 8% believe Sotomajor is a racist.

Chris Bowers assesses how unemployment could affect Obama's approval rating.

Jo-Ann Mort shares results of a poll of Israeli's showing support for settlement evacuation (Marshall comments, Mort responds)

Andrew Martin and Kevin Quinn defend their Supreme Court justice ideology estimates.

Drew Conway asks some questions about that new statistical research on Twitter.

Flowing Data reviews the rise of the data scientist.

Dana Stanley posts interviews from the CASRO conference.

Chris Anderson will live blog Apple's WWDC Keynote.

Pew Research Center finds 97% of teens play video games.