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When things are too crazy, here’s where you can see sanity

In the polls. I think I’ve mentioned previously that I don’t pick up on individual polls, either to get overexcited or deeply gloomy. And I don’t waste my time on Real Clear Politics. Their poll averages are just dumb. If … Continue reading

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I’m back on the polling treadmill and I can’t get off

Yeah, that’s a confession. Indeed, I’m so captivated by polls, a whole chapter in my book, How I Learned The Facts of Life, is devoted to them: 10 Polls are not facts. They’re not opinions, either. During political campaigns, I … Continue reading

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