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The Coming Democratic Wave May Be Smaller Than Expected
There are good signs for Republicans that show a Democratic “wave” is no longer certain, but in the end turnout patterns could matter most.
Will the Most Unpopular Governor in America Appoint Himself to the Senate?
It would take a long combination of events, but, yes, Chris Christie could possibly arrange a Senate seat for himself. Voters are not enthused.
Cuomo Didn’t Totally Erase His Popularity With That Gun Law
He took a hit, but a new poll shows it wasn’t very big.
Mayor Bloomberg Job Approval Still in the Dumps
They’ve never recovered from the snowstorm fail.
the cuddle muddle
Governor Paterson Breaks the 40 Percent Barrier!!!
How high can he go!?!
Conservative Party Candidate Separates Himself From Pack of Mayoral Also-rans
Why Quinnipiac is only including one third-party candidate in its polls.
New York Coming Around to Gay Marriage
Quinnipiac measures a slim majority in support of marriage equality for the first time.
New York Evenly Divided on Gay Marriage
New poll shows 46–46 split on gay marriage, while Nate Silver is pessimistic that it’ll pass the State Senate.