Critical Mass: Time to End this Primary Now

Marc Ambinder is looking at some specific data in the exit polls, and what he sees is not pretty. Essentially, the numbers of Democrats who would be dissatisfied if the candidate opposing the one they voted for won the nomination have finally reached an unacceptable level.  Now, I have long perceived these...

Grain of Salt Time

More early exits currently available, thanks in large part to Jim Geraghty.  His source has Obama up 52-47.  Historically, though, exit polling has erroneously put Obama out front many times in the past. So take these numbers with a grain of salt; with much data left to be processed and still forty five...

Obama Set To Have A Good Night

CNN’s reporting directly after the polls closed in Mississippi is a little curious.  Usually you have one of two things; either the exit polls are so grossly skewed that the major networks project a winner based on exits alone, or they aren’t, and the networks sit on the exits for the most part...

Obama Wins Vermont. Plus: Exit Polling Goodness

The polls have just closed in Vermont, and already most news outlets are calling it for Obama.  Of course, you know what this points to… There’s only one way that a race gets projected this early–exit polls are so heavily in favor of one candidate over another that it’s a safe call. ...

More Wisconsin Exits

This could be big.  Very big. Naturally, I’m not a huge fan of the National Review.  Still, I will give them credit for one thing; they can get some exit polls like it’s nobody’s business. Right now, NRO’s Campaign Spot blog is showing that Wisconsin could be a blowout, a big...

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