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HUFFPOLLSTER: Latest Kansas Senate Survey Shows A Tie

HUFFPOLLSTER: Latest Kansas Senate Survey Shows A Tie

Mark Blumenthal  10.21.2014
A new poll finds a tie in the Kansas Senate race. Americans' media habits are polarized, but few live in ideological bubbles. And while...
HUFFPOLLSTER: Democrats' Internal Polls Challenge Colorado Conventional Wisdom

HUFFPOLLSTER: Democrats' Internal Polls Challenge Colorado Conventional Wisdom

Mark Blumenthal  10.20.2014
Democrats produce two polls showing their candidate with an edge in the Colorado Senate race. Nearly 2 million Americans have already voted...
Lessons Not Learned: Polling Latino Voters, 2014 Colorado Edition

Lessons Not Learned: Polling Latino Voters, 2014 Colorado Edition

10.17.2014
The challenges of polling Latino voters have received less attention in 2014, because there are fewer competitive states and districts...
HUFFPOLLSTER: Senate Survey Trends Are Good News For The GOP

HUFFPOLLSTER: Senate Survey Trends Are Good News For The GOP

Mark Blumenthal  10.17.2014
Republicans have made modest but important gains in a handful of key swing states. A majority of Americans support recent judicial decisions...
HUFFPOLLSTER: What Does It Mean If This Year's Polls Are Wrong?

HUFFPOLLSTER: What Does It Mean If This Year's Polls Are Wrong?

Mark Blumenthal  10.16.2014
We take a closer look at the likelihood that this year's polling could be wrong. Prominent modelers offer advice on how to interpret their...
HUFFPOLLSTER: Have Polls Been Understating Dems' Chances In Georgia?

HUFFPOLLSTER: Have Polls Been Understating Dems' Chances In Georgia?

Mark Blumenthal  10.15.2014
Democrats get some good news from two new polls from Georgia, but surveys elsewhere continue to show a GOP advantage in the battle for...
Money, Politics and the American Public

Money, Politics and the American Public

10.14.2014
The influence of money in politics in general and campaigns in particular is a staple of op-ed writers, late-night comedians and armchair...
HUFFPOLLSTER: How Much Does A 62 Percent Win Chance Mean For The GOP?

HUFFPOLLSTER: How Much Does A 62 Percent Win Chance Mean For The GOP?

Mark Blumenthal  10.14.2014
Our Senate forecast tips toward the GOP, but history polling averages can still miss in close races. Surveys find little love for President...
Florida Polls Are Missing the Latino Vote and Thus the True Statewide Spread Between Crist and Scott

Florida Polls Are Missing the Latino Vote and Thus the True Statewide Spread Between Crist and Scott

10.13.2014
Polling only in English adds a significant conservative skew, and this is especially risky in Florida. Why? Because Florida has the highest...
HUFFPOLLSTER: Is Bruce Braley Rebounding In Iowa?

HUFFPOLLSTER: Is Bruce Braley Rebounding In Iowa?

Mark Blumenthal  10.13.2014
A new survey confirms a very close contest in Iowa. Polls point to a narrow Republican advantage in the battle for the Senate -- and a...
HUFFPOLLSTER: Florida Polls Show Small Gain For Charlie Crist

HUFFPOLLSTER: Florida Polls Show Small Gain For Charlie Crist

Mark Blumenthal  10.10.2014
Florida polling shows a small shift toward the Democrat. Most midterm voters have already made up their minds. And Dana Milbank is more...
HUFFPOLLSTER: Two New Surveys Take On The Last Frontier

HUFFPOLLSTER: Two New Surveys Take On The Last Frontier

Mark Blumenthal  10. 9.2014
Republicans get good polling news in Alaska and the other Senate battlegrounds. Pat Roberts sees some better numbers in Kansas. And even...
HUFFPOLLSTER: Don't Count On This Year's Elections Ending In November

HUFFPOLLSTER: Don't Count On This Year's Elections Ending In November

Mark Blumenthal  10. 8.2014
Five states offer reasons not to stay up late on November 4. Gubernatorial races in Connecticut and Massachusetts continue to look like...
HUFFPOLLSTER: Democratic Campaigns Are Reaching More Voters, Survey Finds

HUFFPOLLSTER: Democratic Campaigns Are Reaching More Voters, Survey Finds

Mark Blumenthal  10. 7.2014
Democratic campaigns are reaching more voters with ads and volunteers. Outlier results pop up in Kentucky and Iowa. And Stan Greenberg...