06/08/2012 04:37 pm ET Updated Jun 08, 2012

Robocalling 'Outliers'

Molly Ball asks what the problem was with exit polls in Wisconsin.

Seth Masket argues that money didn't make a big difference in Wisconsin ; Andrew Gelman responds.

Sean Trende offers three takeaways from the Wisconsin recall.

Ron Brownstein thinks Wisconsin recall results should shift Obama's electoral strategy.

Alan Abramowitz says Democrats should focus on registration and mobilization rather than swing voters in 2012.

Gabriel Lenz explains why voters overweight the recent economy in evaluating the president (via Nyhan).

Nate Silver unveils his 2012 model.

Sam Minter finds Romney's delegate accumultation tracks closely to McCain's (via Masket).

John Sides shares Pew charts showing (again) that independents are mostly partisans.

Thomas Edsall discusses how changing demographics might impact political party decision making in the future.

The Census Bureau publishes state level maps on voting and registration from 1996 to 2010.

David Graham notes a gender gap in media sources.

A Florida town finds a unique use for robocalls.