11/08/2009 09:02 am ET Updated Dec 06, 2017

On to 2010 'Outliers'

Nate Silver shares a new survey of Oklahoma students that makes Strategic Vision LLC look even more "disreputable and fraudulent."

Rasmussen reports Democratic party ID inching up in October.

Glen Bolger reviews what worked for McDonnell.

Ed Goeas sees Tuesday's results as good news for Republicans.

Mark Mellman says Tuesdays results tell us little we did not already know.

Sam Stein examines pollster hits and misses in 2009.

Karl Rove is impressed with automated polls (via @dusher).

Jonathan Singer notes some regional inconsistency on the generic congressional ballot.

Jed Lewison rebuts the Frank Luntz health care memo.

Carl Bialik calculates the odds that Gov. Schwarzenegger's nasty anagram happened by chance (more in his blog and from Andrew Gelman ).

FBI investigators pursue the possibility that the Kentucky Census worker death was suicide (via Sullivan).

Survey Practice publishes its November issue, includes an article on how to target cell phone only households for Internet surveys.

Taegan Goddard will host CQ's panel of pollsters on November 17 featuring Scott Rasmussen, Quinnipiac's Peter Brown and PPP's Tom Jensen.

And, slightly off-topic, Failblog reminds us the posters need proofreading too:

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