#34: The Democratic debate winner depends on who you ask
The Democrats debated! The press seems unified in who they think won. But voters perhaps say something else? And what are the trends in online polling, and all things Canada?
Dem debate post-game
Every outlet gives the ribbon to Clinton. But Sanders wins online and in post-debate groups.
Fox News/Luntz focus group
CNN focus group
Sanders gained more twitter followers
Sanders gains more google searches
Sanders wins Google Consumer Surveys
CNN/ORC Nevada & SC polls
Last week Chuck Todd grilled us on TPP and Democrats, but voters don’t seem particularly interested.
Trade not a big search during debate
Gallup polling on TPP
Pew polling on TPP
Welcome to Snoozeville
Not too much action on the GOP side this week. We do revisit the GOP Bloomberg/Purple Groups, and see which GOP candidates are earning the most trust.
Bloomberg/Purple groups: Carson
Bloomberg/Purple groups: Bush
CBS national poll/GOP
15 for Pres, NOBODY for Speaker
Lots of people want the top spot, and pretty much no one wants the #3 spot. And can you blame them, with poll numbers like these?
CBS national poll/GOP
An interview with Nick Nanos about the Canadian election
So while you might think of US politics & polling as a little rough & tumble, Margie interviewed top Canadian pollster Nick Nanos from Nanos Research--and what he says about Canadian polling & politics might surprise you.
LA Times moving online
Another sign that media outlets may be moving online: The LA Times is experimenting with the methodology.
LA Times experiment
We poll therefore we are
A study appearing in the New York Times suggests an easy fix for the gender divide in tech. Coffee makers and cool t-shirts!
NYT on gender and tech
Mama! Mum! Stop Cursing!
Ford asks European kids what annoys them about their parents. Besides everything.
European kids’ top travel gripes
The Democratic debate winner depends on who you ask.
But few are asking about the candidates’ views on TPP.
The most exciting Republican race this week is the one with no candidates.
Canada is the “wild wild west” of polling, but if they offer $15/day child care, Margie’s moving.
LA Times jumps into the warm pool of online polling.
If you want ladies in your lab, try some nature posters and plants.
Whether you curse or pick your nose or sing, your kids probably find you annoying.
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