Here’s a snippet from Pace pollsters Jonathan Trichter’s and Chris Paige’s analysis of their “telephone exit poll” discussed earlier. A couple of people who do this stuff for a living have expressed their doubts about the methodology, which seems a reasonable subject for debate.
In the meantime, here’s some of the key Read More
Starting late tonight, The Politicker will be printing the results of a “telephone exit poll,” done by Pace University’s pollsters in cooperation with WNYC Radio and WCBS 2 News.
This is kind of an experiment, but given that there won’t be any traditional exit polling today, Pace’s data is Read More
needs the Republican Party? Mayor Michael Bloomberg could well win the Democratic primary if he participated in it this September, according to a new poll.
by Pace University’s polling institute in cooperation with The New York Observer, the poll found that 62 percent of the Democratic Party faithful has a favorable Read More
There’s something a bit odd about the reports of a “push-poll” recorded by a Brooklyn woman, and allegedly aimed at smearing Freddy.
It seems incredibly unlikely that Mike would pull something like this in April. But the poll sounds real, and the kinds of messages being tested — “Freddy Ferrer has run a Read More