Tag Archives: political polling

Georgia, Georgia, Georgia

Today is the last day of voting in the Georgia Senate runoff elections which among other things proves that Jim Crow hasn’t completely died in the American South. There is much more at stake here and along with two aspects I haven’t heard discussed I’ll try to cover it in the following paragraphs.  Let’s explore.   Continue reading Georgia, Georgia, Georgia

Trump Need A Great Night And A Lot Of Help

 

As I write this article it is Saturday afternoon October 24, 2020. My predictions are based on the best data I have available coupled with my knowledge of political history, gut and fears. My short answer to the question: Who is going to win the 2020 race for the presidency is? I don’t know. It gets a whole lot more complicated and interesting. Let’s explore. Continue reading Trump Need A Great Night And A Lot Of Help

Two Missions Accomplished And A Question Mark

Thursday night President Donald Trump, former Vice President Joe Biden and NBC’s Kristen Welker took to the stage at Belmont University in Nashville, Tennessee for the third scheduled debate of the 2020 presidential contest. Let’s review and explore. Continue reading Two Missions Accomplished And A Question Mark

Political Polls At A Glance

I’m a political junkie and spend a lot of my time looking at political information including polls. Some of the polling I’m privy to includes information well beyond what you get on TV, radio or in the newspaper. I realize that few Americans have the time or information I do but this is the time of year people want to know what races look like. Today I’d like to discuss how to evaluate polls without spending half your day in the process. Let’s explore. Continue reading Political Polls At A Glance

A Day Is Inadequate

Most often the Sunday article covers the biggest political story of the week just ended. Well, they are simply coming to fast and furiously to determine one as the biggest. Separating them is also another challenge. Also the volume is overwhelming to the point that too many stories get little or no coverage despite their impact. Today I will use a slightly different format of “quick hits” more like one of the many “catch up” articles. Upon commencement I already know one day will be woefully inadequate so this is effectively Part I and Monday’s article will be Part II.   Let’s explore. Continue reading A Day Is Inadequate