01/07/2011 05:42 pm ET Updated May 25, 2011

Saddest In The World 'Outliers'

Ron Brownstein notes a "white flight" from Obama and publishes new exit poll crosstabs.

Matthew Dowd discusses Obama's chances in 2012.

Steve Singiser says the public doesn't like what they see in 2012 Republicans.

Marilyn Serafini talks to pollsters abour rebranding 'Obamacare' (via Smith).

Chris Good explains why the Republican attempt to appeal the health care law is a good PR move.

Facebook releases results of a massive anonymous user data file; Marshall Kirkpatrick wonders what independent researchers would discover in the data (via Ruffini).

Pew finds that the internet has surpassed TV as the main news source for young people and that 65% of internet users paid for online content in 2010.

Andrew Gelman chooses the graph of the year.

Andrew Kohut shares poll findings that will matter in 2012.

Gallup finds that the French are the saddest people in the world.