05/07/2008 11:14 pm ET Updated May 25, 2011

"Outliers" from the IN/PA and Beyond

[I fell behind a bit on his feature over the last hectic week, so some of these are a little stale].

Kathy Frankovic considers the reasons for conflicting national numbers from CBS/NYT and Gallup earlier this week (see also my post on this topic); last week she had a terrific review of how question order can affect survey results.

Carl Bialik revisits the primary math post IN/NC and considers Brian Schaffner's superdelegate projection model.

CJR"s Clint Hendler takes an in-depth look at the various popular vote counts.

David Hill says "every superdelegate can find one survey that confirms the outcome he or she intuitively prefers for the Obama-Clinton fight.

Jay Cost crunches the exits from IN and NC

John Cohen finds that most Republicans voting in IN and NC express "little other than a sincere preference for Clinton over Obama."

Brian Schaffner notes that turnout in IN and NC "exceeded the number of votes Kerry won in the states in the general election"

Tom Schaller thinks Hillary could have done better among African Americans (via Smith).

PPP"s Tom Jensen tips his hat to SurveyUSA's Jay Leve