Charlie Cook thinks a popular vote/electoral college split is very possible. AP's Charles Babington has more on 'nightmare election scenarios,' and the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review's Salena Zito outlines a quirk that could lead to the Romney-Biden administration.
David Plouffe tells reporters the Obama campaign doesn't conduct national polls.
Jonathan Bernstein questions Romney's debate bump.
Chris Cillizza disputes the idea that Mitt Romney has a woman problem - yet.
Lynn Vavreck finds party ID drives the decisions of the undecided.
The 'Lohan Effect' could give Romney a boost with low-information voters.
Mark Mellman trusts himself.
Dan Hopkins reviews the problem of out-of-state cell phone numbers and state level polls.
Jennifer Rubin catches an inflammatory question on a PPP poll.
The New York Times charts the ebb and flow of swing states.
Gallup's 1938 polling offered some unusual response categories.
XKCD demolishes electoral precedent "rules."