11/07/2008 04:53 pm ET Updated May 25, 2011

Because We're Still Exhausted "Outliers"

ABC News, Associated Press, Ron Brownstein, Andrew Gellman, The New York Times. Politico, Bill Schneider, The Wall Street Journal, and The Washington Post all review the exit poll results (h/t: The Page, Sullivan).

Jennifer Agiesta reports exit poll results showing 20% of voters were cell-phone only and finds that weighting by age "mostly accounts for the lack of cellphones in many polls."

[Update: AP's has more detail on the exit poll results on cell-phone-only voters].

Gallup reports on reactions to Obama's election, looks back at his winning coalition and relaunches the Gallup Daily.

Obama pollster Joel Benenson shares observations with Time (via Smith).

Gary Langer says lists of the most accurate polls are "an exercise in vacuity of the highest order."

SurveyUSA is posting state-by-state pollster report cards.

The New York Times reviews the Bradley Effect that wasn't.

AP sees no Bradley Effect either.

Fox News reviews how the pollsters did.

The Las Vegas Sun examines the Obama Effect" in Nevada.

The Anchorage Daily News asks why polls missed the mark in Alaska (via OpenLeft).

PPP defends itself from charges of bias.

Carl Bialik reviews turnout estimates.

Karl Rove still doesn't trust exit polls.

Kidzui"s kids voted like the adults.

And yours truly comments on how pollsters did on NPR's All Things Considered and WNYC's Brian Lehrer Show.