Check out Mystery Pollster's analysis of all the special election polls, completed before the latest two from SurveyUSA and Stanford.
Posted by dweintraub at 4:55 PM
Capitol Weekly reports that Carole Migden is out as chair of Senate Appropriations. Her story is that she needs to have more time to work on Steve Westly's campaign for governor. Huh?
Posted by dweintraub at 4:33 PM
And here is the latest Stanford/Knowledge Networks online poll, showing 74, 76, and 77 losing with 75 still narrowly ahead.
Posted by dweintraub at 4:12 PM
Here is a brand new SurveyUSA poll that has 75, 76, and 77 going down with 74 too close to call. While that is certainly plausible, be advised that the partisan breakdown of the sample is 44% D- 34% R, which seems a bit heavy on the Democrat turnout.
Interesting wrinkle: they have results for people in their survey who say they have already voted. In effect, an exit poll of absentees. The governor does better with them. He's far behind among those who say they have not yet voted.
Here are the results from absentee voters:
Posted by dweintraub at 4:00 PM
Here is a Foreign Poilicy discussion on the UN effort to take control of the Internet.
Posted by dweintraub at 1:50 PM
Russell Roberts on the irrationality of exercising your franchise.
Posted by dweintraub at 1:46 PM