01/11/2013 06:16 pm ET

Grandma Brigade 'Outliers'

Steven Shepard reflects on 2012's election polling.

Harry Enten examines the limits of 2013 polling.

John Sides asks whether Obama's campaign really won him the election.

Charlie Cook switches his focus from independents to moderates; Ed Kilgore responds.

Gallup reviews the history on presidential approval ratings for second terms.

The Washington Post launches an independent polling group.

The Times of Israel questions the transparancy and rigor of Israeli pre-election polls.

David Moore warns of the dangers of taking debt ceiling polls at face value.

Minnesota Democratic grandmas collect data about their neighbors.