Yet More Twitter Themed "Outliers"

02/13/2009 04:52 pm ET | Updated May 25, 2011
  • Mark Blumenthal Mark Blumenthal is the Head of Election Polling at SurveyMonkey.

The Pew Internet & American Life Project says 11% of online Americans say they use "a service like Twitter."

Nancy Scola has a quibble.

The Johns Hopkins News-Letter covers the AAPOR/Burnham sanction.

Gary Langer anticipates what Richard Holbrooke will hear in Afghanistan.

Matt Gottlieb summarizes the Quinnipiac polling on the economic stimulus package.

Jay Cost considers the merits of presidential campaigning.

Jennifer Agiesta crunches the numbers on Collins, Snowe and Specter.

Mark Mellman ponders "bipartisanship" and the stimulus package.

Karl Rove posts his latest "Polling News & Notes."

Joe Scarborough lets Gallup challenge his assumptions.

Democracy Corps polls on Obama's "Political Project."

PPP wants your input, once again, on where to poll next.

John Sides reviews a Caltech/MIT survey on confidence in the voting process.

James Mann unearths a bit of Richard Nixon's poll analysis for Ronald Reagan (via Chotiner)

Michael Scherer gives those who teach questionnaire and online survey design something to chew over.

Rachel Sklar bootstraps (non-scientific) survey invites via Twitter, gets results.