Ever since Republicans won a big wave election in 2010 they have been putting in place all over the country new laws supposedly meant to address the essentially non-existent “problem” of in-person voter fraud. But such laws also tend to discourage “unlikely” voters from making the effort; this could have a significant effect on who wins the election.
|By: Jon Walker Friday February 17, 2012 9:15 am|
Incumbent Massachusetts Senator Scott Brown (R) currently holds a nine point lead over Democratic challenger Elizabeth Warren, according to a new Suffolk University poll.
|By: Jon Walker Friday January 27, 2012 6:00 am|
Romney only has a chance of winning because for a large number of voters Obama is completely unacceptable and Romney is the only possible alternative. Romney can’t afford for there to be other alternatives that look even semi-viable.
|By: Jon Walker Monday January 9, 2012 8:15 am|
Before the Iowa caucus Santorum’s support in New Hamshire was only in the low single digits according to most polls; immediately after Iowa he jumped up to around 10 percent. But since then Santorum hasn’t managed to gain any additional support.
|By: Jon Walker Thursday January 5, 2012 1:00 pm|
As expected, Rick Santorum’s extremely close second place finish in Iowa gives him a noticeable bump in the polls. Gallup’s national tracking poll found Santorum at just 6 percent in its tracking polling from 12/26-1/2. Now, just two days later, with the tracking poll including some post-Iowa numbers, Santorum is up to 11 percent in Gallup’s polling from 12/28-1/4.