THE BLOG
05/13/2009 11:55 pm ET | Updated May 25, 2011

Pre-AAPOR "Outliers"

Nate Silver takes a closer look at Gallup's massive tabulation of party ID by birthyear.

Patrick Ruffini grapples with Barack Obama's personal popularity.

Chris Cillizza ponders the polls on torture.

Joshua Tucker ponders the ethical responsibilities of social scientists in the torture debate.

Andrew Gelman revises his maps of vote by income.

DemFromCT rounds up H1N1 Flu polling.

RealClearPolitics interviews Democratic pollster Sergio Bendixen.

Mark Mellman condemns a study showing a lack of concern about global warming.

Stephen Kinney says California's surge in minority turnout will persist.   

James Vega takes another look at the questions asked by Resurgent Republic.

Neil Malhotra and Yotam Margalit  poll on anti-semitism and the economy (via Jelveh/TNR)

Lake Research Partners shares a poll on gay marriage in Massachusetts (sponsored by Marriage Equality Works).

Flowing Data links to maps of the seven deadly sins.