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There has been a huge amount of polling in November, to say the least, so let’s get started.
GOP NOMINATION: NATIONAL POLLING
So, the polling round-up for the second half of September 2015 is now completed and the books have been closed on this two-week window, mostly concerning 2016. Here the links to my politics blog for the next two weeks of polling from 01-15.10.2015:
Here are the links to my politics blog for the next set of polling that should be coming in over these next two weeks:
It’s time to close the books on the last half of September with a summary of those 2 weeks.
There was a huge amount of polling data on many fronts.
I am doing things a little differently, in order to keep my ‘statistical house’ nice and clean.
In five categories, I have collected all polling from August 22 to August 31, 2015. Those links are at my politics blog:
Democratic Nomination, GOP nomination, Presidential D-R matchups, Senatorial/Gubernatorial races and things like fav/unfav, approve/disapprove + specific issues. Sometimes, I go deep into the poll internals for stuff, especially when something doesn’t quite seem to jive. I will be keeping this system as long as there is primary polling going on, publishing round-ups twice a month. If you simply go to my politics blog, you will see that two of five threads for September 1 through September 15 are also already up and running. I fill them up as the data comes in and I have time to really sit down and look at the numbers. In the future, this is a really handy way to look back and see how things really were.
HERE is the 7th installation in a series that deeply examines ALL of the polling to-date. You can also find parts I-VI at my politics blog. It’s a true data-baseline.
By “all”, I mean 1,537 polling matchups to-date, and it’s not even election year yet.