There’s not much new to report today on the polling front and probably won’t be until week’s end when the number-crunchers gauge the impact of last night’s Obama-Romney debate.
There is, however, THIS WORTHY ESSAY from Mark Blumenthal of HuffPost Pollster:
Over the last two weeks, Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney closed the gap on President Barack Obama in pre-election polls, but the sometimes inconsistent numbers have been confusing. Why do polls seem to be all over the place? And how could Romney be leading in some national polls while Obama holds an advantage in polling in the battleground states?...