Daily Archives: November 22, 2010

Palin in Comparison

Update 8:45AM PST Quinnipiac has a new poll out today. There are a few results that intrigued me: Sarah Palin is the most popular of Republican candidates for President, among Republicans polled. Less-educated are more Palin-prone; more-educated people would rather … Continue reading

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Rainy Monday Observations

Here’s something from Mark Blumenthal that we all kind of expected.¬†Quoting Mark: Pollsters have fretted for nearly a decade about the growing number of Americans in so-called “cell-phone-only” households that are out of reach of traditional landline telephone poll samples. … Continue reading

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Keynes Was Right

Much discussion has happened on this site regarding income tax rates, government spending, and the health of the economy. Certainly I’ve had some preconceived notions of what’s best, as has pretty much everyone else here. I decided to be more … Continue reading

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