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British pollsters had their heads handed to them in 1992 when they all predicted a victory for the Labour party, led by Neil Kinnock. Instead, John Major kept the drive alive for the Conservative party, succeeding Margaret Thatcher. By the 1992 election, Great Britain was in a recession and, as is always the case when [...]
According to some of the better know political tracking polls (Gallup, CBS/New York Times, Rasumssen) Obama has as much as a double-digit lead over John McCain going into the final turn of the race. But the poll that came closest to the actual certified results in 2004 was the Investor’s Business Daily/TIPP poll. And that [...]
Peggy Noonan says that the candidates are, “…playing Frisbee on the edge of a precipice.” Her piece appears in the Wall Street Journal and can be read here.
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