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VOTER SURVEYS:  Were N.H. Polls a Repeat of 1948 Failure . . . or Not? (Post, January 10, 2008)

The Trail: Those Democratic Polls

PREDICTING THE ELECTORATE:  Polls Right On McCain, Not on Clinton (Post, January 9, 2008)

Fact Checker: Why We Got it Wrong

The Trail: Obama Leads in N.H.

The Trail: McCain Leads GOP Field

WHAT TO WATCH FOR:  Iowa 'Entrance Poll' Offers N.H. Clues (Post, January 5, 2008)

Behind the Numbers: 60 percent evangelicals? Yes, but ...

5 Tips for Decoding Those Election Polls (By Gary Langer and Jon Cohen, December 30, 2007)

The Trail: An End to the Polling Truce

Surging Huckabee Takes Lead in Iowa Over Romney (Post, December 20, 2007)

Iowa Poll Spotlights Importance Of Turnout:  Obama and Clinton Lead the Democrats (Post, December 19, 2007)

Poll Shows More Optimism on War:  After Record Lows, Bush Gains With Republicans, Independents (Post, December 14, 2007)

In Poll, Huckabee Closes on Giuliani:  Clinton Far Ahead Among Democrats (Post, December 12, 2007)

As N.H. Primary Nears, Clinton Clings to Narrow Lead (Post, December 6, 2007)

Poll Shows Romney With Wide Lead in New Hampshire:  Huckabee at 9% In Contrast to Advance in Iowa (Post, December 5, 2007)

Poll Shows Huckabee Gaining Ground in Iowa (Post, November 21, 2007)

A Project By American University Students: Will More Young Voters Engage in Campaign 2008?

For Democrats, Iowa Still Up for Grabs (Post, November 20, 2007)

U.S. Inaction Faulted, Immigration Polls Find:  Md., Va. Residents Have Differing Views About How New Arrivals Affect Daily Life (Post, November 16, 2007)

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