Britons wake to find that their troublesome northern neighbors have decided to stay for now. More trouble expected.
Actually, the polls got “it” right, but that doesn’t mean there aren’t a number of useful lessons we can draw about polls, poll aggregation, and Twitter data from the Scottish referendum.
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A new blog dedicated to reform in Ukraine. We interview one of its founders, Tymofiy Mylovanov.
Star Wars and obscure 1980s political trivia? That’s one magic toy...
People don’t answer phones. Not everyone has a computer. What’s a survey researcher to do? 5 new articles from Political Analysis have suggestions.
We discuss the topic with a political scientist who has studied the effect of sporting events on election results.
Game theory suggests that Lebron James would be better off making up his mind sooner rather than later.
While McCullen v. Coakley is a unanimous decision, that unanimity masks significant divisions within the Court regarding the future of regulating clinic-front activism