Is there a tool that allows you to compare the 2016 US presidential polls versus this point in time in previous years - in real time?
The American public will be inundated with national poll results until November 8th, and I can't understand why. [more inside]
What does the term "internals" mean, as used when discussing political polls? [more inside]
Good sites for political polling data by state county or parish? [more inside]
Where can I find historical election poll data? [more inside]
Where can I find non-partisan analysis of the presidential polls? [more inside]
I'm going to be a first-time volunteer poll worker on Election Day -- any tips, advice, or relevant anecdotes for me? [more inside]
Help me understand the appeal of Rudy Giuliani as a presidential candidate. (U.S. electoral politics-filter) [more inside]
In past presidental election nights I've sat around a TV with others or been at a campaign headquarters/party. This year I'll be at work though. Suggestions for sites/links for us numbers-obsessed people who want a constant stream of data/graphics/discussion?