The Bradley Effect should be understood as one factor among many on Election Day, and we can probably assume that in the 26 years since Bradley lost that race, we have made some progress.
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I have to admit, that's a pretty provocative title. And enumerating the poultry before they emerge from the ova is always risky... as the saying goes.
As electoral projections suggest Barack Obama might win by a landslide, John McCain's campaign once again tries to cast Obama as the Angry Black Terrorist who, in Sarah Palin's words, "doesn't see America the same way you and I do."
It's been about a month since we last took a look under the microscope at the possible outcomes of the Electoral College vote this November, so it's time for an update.
I am ready to take a look at the map and do some electoral math. Now, we're still pretty far out from Election Day, but we've got to start somewhere.
Clinton’s last hope to win the nomination is to emerge victorious in the popular vote. But if we apply an accurate measure, she would now need to win by 1.49 million votes just to tie Obama.
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