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November

  1. Got Bush? - 12/3
  2. The World of Politics Moving at a Fast Pace - 12/2
  3. Republican Trying to Rebrand Themselves for 2012 - 11/11
  4. Final Set of State and National Polls - 11/4
  5. National Poll of Polls Average: Obama +7.4% - 11/4
  6. Races Are Tight in Several States - 11/3
  7. Obama is Widely Accepted as the Next President - 11/3
  8. McCain's Path to Victory - 11/2
  9. African American Turnout May Match or Exceed White Turnout - 11/2
  10. McCain's High Zogby Numbers Not Holding Up - 11/2
  11. McCain Still Behind in Florida and Ohio - 11/1
  12. Three of Four Polls State That McCain is Close in Pennsylvania - 11/1
  13. Zogby Suggests McCain Might Be Ahead Nationally - 11/1

October

  1. Obama To Run TV Ads in Some Red States - 10/31
  2. McCain Has Gained 4% in Pennsylvania - 10/31
  3. Registered Voters vs Likely Voters: Obama Dichotomy - 10/31
  4. NBC Says There's Hope for McCain in Pennsylvania - 10/30
  5. Fate of the Election Rests on the Voter Turnout - 10/29
  6. Quinnipiac/AP Polls: Grim Picture for John McCain - 10/29
  7. Poll Results With McCain Must Win States Highlighted - 10/28
  8. What McCain Must Do to Win the Election - 10/28
  9. McCain Has the Momentum in Seven of Nine States - 10/27
  10. McCain May Be Inching Closer - 10/26
  11. Obama Still 7% Ahead Nationally And Still Comfortable in Ohio and Colorado - 10/25
  12. National Polls Not Tightening - 10/25
  13. Thailand Likes Obama - 10/24
  14. Polls Don't Always Match - 10/24
  15. Questions of Obama's Background - 10/24
  16. Republican Party Destroying Themselves - 10/23
  17. McCain Sees An Uptick.. Why Don't We See It? - 10/23
  18. McCain Practically Concedes the Race - 10/22
  19. John McCain Forced to Play Defense in 13 States - 10/21
  20. Eight Polling Methodologies Predict Obama Presidency - 10/20
  21. Suffolk Has Obama Ahead By 9% in Ohio - 10/20
  22. Obama's Advantage Seems to Be Slipping in Ohio - 10/19
  23. Rasmussen Reports: McCain Is Negative, Unfavorable, and Losing Support Among Men - 10/18
  24. Attacking Obama May Be Costing McCain - 10/17
  25. Rasmussen Reports: Ohio is a Tie - 10/16
  26. Zogby: McCain In the Game But Not Moving - 10/16
  27. New Mexico Never Been a Battleground State - 10/15
  28. Even West Virginia and Georgia are Tight - 10/15
  29. Poll of Polls: Barack Obama Up Double Digits Nationally - 10/14
  30. Republicans Giving Up on McCain - 10/14
  31. North Dakota Enters Into Battleground Status - 10/13
  32. Large Swing of Hispanics in the West to Obama - 10/12
  33. Ohio and North Carolina Move Back into Tossup Column - 10/11
  34. Maybe Georgia Isn't Safe for McCain - 10/10
  35. Florida, Ohio, Wisconsin Polls and Averages - 10/10
  36. McCain Still Within Striking Distance of Ohio and Florida - 10/9
  37. Obama's Average in Pennsylvania Still Over Double Digits - 10/9
  38. Obama Ahead 5% Nationally - 10/8
  39. McCain's Deficit Narrows in Today's Tracking Polls - 10/8
  40. Obama's Lead in Pennsylvania As Much As in California - 10/8
  41. CNN's Polls With Seven Day Averages - 10/7
  42. Rasmussen Reports Has More McCain Friendly Polls But Obama Would Still Win By 150 Electoral Votes - 10/6
  43. Barack Obama Opens Up Largest Electoral Vote Lead - 10/6
  44. McCain Down 7% in Critical State of Ohio - 10/5
  45. Obama Ahead in 10 of 12 Battleground States - 10/4
  46. Is Minnesota Moving McCain's Way? SUSA: McCain 276, Obama 262 - 10/3
  47. Obama Factor in Michigan, North Carolina, and New Mexico - 10/2
  48. Latest Projection: Obama 340, McCain 174 - 10/1
  49. Obama Gains in Florida, McCain's Favorability Ratings Dropping - 10/1

September

  1. Troubled Economy, Sarah Palin Causing McCain to Drop in Florida - 9/30
  2. Obama Opens Up 73 Electoral Vote Lead - 9/29
  3. Obama Nearly Doubles Advantage in Pennsylvania - 9/29
  4. Barack Obama Distancing Himself in the Polls - 9/27
  5. These Polls Don't Look Good for McCain - 9/26
  6. Zogby Poll Numbers Match Other Pollsters More Closely - 9/26
  7. Zogby Interactive Shows McCain Ahead Nationally - 9/25
  8. Polls Show McCain Dropping So He Suspends Campaign - 9/25
  9. FOX News Has McCain Dropping 9% Nationally - 9/24
  10. Ohio, Pennsylvania, Other States - 9/23
  11. Polling Methodologies' Impact on the 2008 Polls - 9/23
  12. Interesting Races in PA, NH, and NM - 9/23
  13. More Polls Released With Varying Views of the Race - 9/22
  14. Updating American Research Group's Numbers - 9/22
  15. Florida, Ohio Continue to Lean McCain - 9/21
  16. Newly Updated Electoral College Estimates - 9/21
  17. Marist College Says Economic Crisis Helping Barack Obama - 9/20
  18. Battleground Polls: ARG, Big Ten, National Journal - 9/19
  19. CNN, American Research Group, Insider Advantage Electoral College Estimates - 9/18
  20. Polls Can Be Presented in Many Ways - 9/18
  21. American Research Group Highlights Importance of Pennsylvania - 9/17
  22. McCain: Tarrance Group, Monmouth New Jersey, Public Policy Polling Ohio - 9/16
  23. Early Blast of Battleground State Polls - 9/16
  24. Minnesota Surprise State to Watch - 9/15
  25. Tightening Races in New Jersey, Washington - 9/13
  26. Can the Polls Get Any Tighter?: Sarah Palin's Impact - 9/12
  27. Slimmest of Margins - Five Electoral Vote Differential - 9/12
  28. Battleground States Picture - 9/3

August

  1. John McCain Chooses Sarah Palin As VP Nominee - 8/29
  2. Barack Ahead on Night of Convention Speech - 8/28
  3. Third Party Candidates Garnering Double Digits in Battleground States - 8/27
  4. Quinnipiac University Polls the Battleground States - 8/26
  5. Barack Obama Quietly Extending Electoral College Lead - 8/26
  6. Battlegrounds of Nevada and Colorado - 8/24
  7. Indiana Results Inch McCain Closer to Obama According to Rasmussen Reports - 8/23
  8. Tight Polls as VP Choices and Conventions Loom - 8/22
  9. Votes Are Against Obama, Not For McCain - 8/21
  10. John McCain Ahead in 5 of 6 Battleground States - 8/20
  11. Minnesota May Be Turning into a Battleground State - 8/19
  12. Partisan States: New York, Illinois, Georgia, Tennessee - 8/18
  13. McCain Jumps in Ohio; Pollster Indicates Clinton Supporters May Be Neglecting Obama - 8/18
  14. New Electoral College Polls Prediction - 8/17
  15. Zogby's National Poll and Rasmussen Reports' Maine Poll - 8/16
  16. Some Notes About Today's Polls - CO, MN, NC - 8/15
  17. Speculation Has Joe Biden's Stock Rising as Potential VP for Obama - 8/14
  18. Battleground State Polls of Nevada, Virginia, and Wisconsin - 8/14
  19. Obama, McCain Split Pennsylvania and Florida in Today's Polls - 8/13
  20. First Alaska Poll Shows Obama Ahead of McCain - 8/12
  21. Polls Still Coming In as Olympics Roar - 8/11
  22. Zogby Polls Highlight Importance of the Third Parties - 8/11
  23. Russia-Georgia Conflict Now a Major Campaign Issue - 8/9
  24. McCain Has the Edge With Unaffiliated Voters and With His Favorable Ratings - 8/8
  25. Narrowing Race in Wisconsin Mirrors the Nation - 8/8
  26. Four States And National Poll - 8/7
  27. Third Consecutive Poll with McCain Ahead in Florida - 8/6
  28. Making the Case for the Third Party Candidates - 8/6
  29. Zogby vs Ipsos National Polls: McCain, Obama, Barr - 8/5
  30. Barack Obama Has His Campaign Pointed in the Right Direction - 8/5
  31. McCain Up By 6% in Florida According to Survey USA - 8/5
  32. Florida Chamber of Commerce Poll - 8/4
  33. Oklahoma Voter: What Has Barack Obama Done? - 8/3
  34. Eric Cantor Vice President Speculation - 8/3
  35. HypeMovie - The Obama Effect (Anti Obama Documentary) - 8/3
  36. John McCain's Polling Numbers Pulling Even With Obama Because of Trip - 8/2
  37. Obama Has the Largest Electoral Vote Lead Ever - 8/1

July

  1. Obama's Overseas Trip and the Polls - 7/31
  2. McCain Ahead Nationally According to USA Today / Gallup Poll - 7/29
  3. DailyKos Polls Several States - 7/28
  4. McCain's Favorability Ratings Shoots Up Double Digits in California -7/28
  5. The Battleground State of New Mexico?? - 7/26
  6. Quinnipiac University, Rasmussen Reports, Fox Polls - 7/25
  7. Slim Margins in Florida, Virginia, and Colorado - 7/23
  8. Independents for McCain - More Ohio and Michigan Polls - 7/22
  9. John McCain's Polling Numbers Dropping Everywhere - 7/22
  10. Barack Obama Ahead in the New Hampshire and Ohio Polls - 7/21
  11. New Jersey, Virginia, Arkansas, Nevada Polls - 7/18
  12. Barack Obama Extending Leads, Narrowing Deficits - 7/17
  13. National Poll Averages; Washington and New York - 7/16
  14. Battleground States - MN, IA, CO in Obama's Corner - 7/15
  15. More Rasmussen Reports Polls, MI & LA - 7/14
  16. Research 2000 Has Obama Ahead in Missouri - 7/14
  17. Five More Polls - Pew Research Center, Illinois, Washington, Wisconsin, North Dakota - 7/11
  18. Five State Polls: AL, KS, ME, MO, NJ - 7/10
  19. Corrections Coming in the Polls - Rasmussen - 7/9
  20. Barr and Nader Deserve to Be Reported - 7/6
  21. Obama Ahead in Electoral Vote Race By About 80-100 - 7/5
  22. More Good News for Obama But Caution for Him in Louisiana - 7/3
  23. Wesley Clark, A Bad Choice as VP - 7/2
  24. Two Pollsters Have McCain Leading Florida - 7/2
  25. Offshore Drilling Polls - Florida Supports It - 7/2
  26. Third Party Candidates Garnering 9% of the Vote - 7/2
  27. Mitt Romney #1 VP Pick for John McCain - 7/1
  28. Florida Firmly in McCain's Pocket According to Rasmussen Reports - 7/1

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