Tuesday, October 14, 2008

Is there a reverse Bradley effect for Obama?

For a different angle on the Bradley effect, please see:

Bradley Effect, or *Reverse* Bradley Effect?

Is it possible that some people are telling pollsters that they are not going to vote for Obama, even though they intend doing so.

Fountaingoats provides a short version of a New York Times story, Funny Numbers - Do Polls Lie About Race?.

The article tries to debunk the potential myth about why Obama may lose even with a handy lead in the polls.

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