Polls are often wrong, and sometimes meaningfully biased — but nothing else can do what they do.
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Happy Sunday! This week’s headline polls: The best use of polling this week is in gauging the public’s reaction to the CDC’s decision to pause one-dose…
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And they want corporations to pay for it
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A popular theory is that partisan non-response is going to disappear since Trump is not on the ballot. This misses the point.
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Sunday subscribers thread for April 11, 2021Happy Sunday! There’s not much polling news this week, but here are two things I’m thinking about: The big thing you need to know is that the Bi…
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A new Gallup poll raises some old questions about sampling error and non-response
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Plato’s warnings against mass enfranchisement too often overshadow his pupil’s iterations
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The Administration's apparent embrace of public opinion polling is good for democracy, and the party's midterm chances
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Sunday subscribers thread for April 4, 2021Happy Sunday! This is a thread just for subscribers. Here are a few topics for discussion: My piece from yesterday on how we should properly bal…
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Attempts to restrict the franchise are normatively bad, regardless of their effects. Coverage should reflect that.
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With a favorable administration, public opinion might set the agenda for better coverage
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A popular explanation for their relative losses, especially with Hispanics, might not be so cut-and-dry
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