Two papers I've written over the last few months; one is about the public perception of polls, and the other is about presidential convention bounces.
My post-mortem on last night's results.
Florida is home to close races for both Governor and Senate, but they're diverging. What gives?
A new poll from Stockton University has Democrat Bob Menendez behind in New Jersey. Hmm...
Despite hosting key Senate races, states like Missouri and North Dakota haven't seen very much national attention. What gives?
Following the 2016 election, sites like FiveThirtyEight and The Upshot have tried to make data journalism more accessible. What are they doing, and does it work?
New generic ballot polls are looking good for Democrats. But how worried should the GOP be?
Labor Day is all about grilling, deal-hunting, and elections.
Everyone's talking about the generic ballot. What is it, what's it saying, and why should you care?