Category Archives: polling

>World Electoral College Map

> Going back to my “Infosnack” roots, here’s an interesting map by The Economist magazine that shows an electoral college map of the world, if such a thing existed.  Apparently the world heavily leans toward Obama, though I think the … Continue reading

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>Arlington Election Information

> I updated my Arlington Election Information Post with a PDF from Arlington County explaining the bond referenda. The Arlington GOP has produced a sample ballot, but did not make a recommendation on how to vote for voting for County … Continue reading

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>Virginia Voting (In-person or Absentee)

> The deadline to register to vote in Virginia is Monday, October 6. Contact either presidential campaign for information on how to register to vote, I’ve found that the campaign staff will be more than willing to help: Obama Campaign … Continue reading

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>SurveyUSA win/loss percentages

>Here’s a report card on the accuracy of various polling organizations: http://www.surveyusa.com/index.php/surveyusa-lifetime-batting-avg/ Looks like SUSA beats out most other polling organizations, but there are a few (e.g., Washington Post, Seltzer and Company, Houston Chronicle) that beat out SUSA in some … Continue reading

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