Posts Tagged ‘ Gallup ’
The new Gallup generic ballot is out. Last time, it was even: 46-46. The two times before that it was at 45-45. Now it’s at R 46-D 45. Democrats have not led since March.
Gallup’s generic ballot is accurate in off year elections, so let’s see how that moves the Swingometer.[More]
Some researchers led by Noah Smith at Carnegie Mellon tried an experiment: Could they predict the results of traditional polling, which has as its core feature a genuine random sample of people, with careful monitoring of Twitter?[More]