02/01/2013 05:18 pm ET Updated Feb 03, 2013

Bartlet For America 'Outliers'

Gallup recruits noted polling heavyweight Michael Traugott to review their election polling methods.

NPR reviews Gallup's legal troubles and its legacy.

Danny Hayes visualizes how the gun control debate is different this time (via The Monkey Cage)

Andrew Sullivan sees a "snowballing effect" of Obama's reelection in poll charts.

Obama for America turns to modeling and targeting the uninsured (via Issenberg).

Nate Cohn thinks Republicans and Democrats should favor ditching the Electoral College.

Harry Enten examines Rasmussen's post-2012 change in methodology.

Ed Koch is remembered for his innovative use of polling.

Mark Mellman expounds on lessons learned from his work for Yair Lapid.

Larry Bartels lectures on the search for meaning in presidential elections.

Andrew Leonard reviews the staggering scope of data collected by Netflix on viewing habits.

Anthony Weiner polls his chances for for NYC comptroller and pleases NY Post headline writers.

Ben Adams charts the approval rating of President Bartlet.