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Jason Linkins

The Schoen/Caddell Calls For Hillary 2012 Are Getting Progressively Dumber

HuffingtonPost.com | Jason Linkins | Posted 12.20.2011 | Media

Douglas Schoen and Patrick Caddell really want people to believe that they authentically want Hillary Clinton, and not Barack Obama, to be president. ...

Occupy Wall Street Movement: More Reasonable Than Radical

Ali Hayat | Posted 12.28.2011 | Politics
Ali Hayat

Results of our interviews show a population more motivated by reform than massive overhauls of existing systems, a group well-educated and well-versed on relevant policy issues rather than a radical movement likely to resort to violence.

Jason Linkins

Here Are Some Thoughts I Had For America! This Week In Pundit Pontifications

HuffingtonPost.com | Jason Linkins | Posted 12.21.2011 | Media

You know, I'm proud to have my nation compared to Slovakia. I'm pleased that the new head of state in Peru -- Ol' What's His Name -- is tamping down the leftist rhetoric and embracing the investor class, rather than flamboyantly consolidating his own power, like the guy who runs Brazil. And rather than concern myself with the soggy sleep-ins and warmed-over anarchism of Occupy Wall Street, I'm sending some money to Somalia, because despite the fact that the Somalians are dirt poor, they have their priorities right. Rather than organize for relief of the destitute, they're demonstrating against an offshoot of al Qaeda, which heretofore was and forever hence will never be on our list of strategic priorities.

Occupy Wall Street Speaks for America: A "Centrist" Hit Job's Polling Data Helps Prove It

Richard (RJ) Eskow | Posted 12.17.2011 | Politics
Richard (RJ) Eskow

Thanks to a hit piece by one of those Beltway pseudo-"bipartisans" we can now state conclusively what many of us have long suspected: Occupy Wall Street speaks for the American majority. We've got the polling numbers to prove it. We now know where the real center lies.

How Not to Write About the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt

Neil Hicks | Posted 09.28.2011 | World
Neil Hicks

In a ludicrously alarmist piece that appeared on the The Daily Beast, Douglas Schoen and Randall Lane assert that "clearly and unambiguously" the political climate in Egypt is moving in a new direction that is "inimical to American and allied interests."

Mark Blumenthal

New Newsweek Pollster Lacks Transparency

HuffingtonPost.com | Mark Blumenthal | Posted 05.25.2011 | Politics

WASHINGTON - Newsweek and the Daily Beast debuted a survey this week conducted by pollster Douglas Schoen. The new arrangement appears to mark the e...

Fox News 'Democratic Pollster' Fundraising For GOP

Posted 05.25.2011 | Media

Media Matters reports that Douglas Schoen, a Fox News contributor usually identified onscreen as a "Democratic pollster" or as a former political advi...

Why Caddell's Wrong -- Passing The Bill Will Help Democrats

Richard (RJ) Eskow | Posted 05.25.2011 | Politics
Richard (RJ) Eskow

There's a lot of buzz about a piece in today's Washington Post about polls, the public option and midterms. But the conclusions are contradicted, not supported, by the available facts.