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Letter from Britain 2
8 December 2008
An analysis by Sir Robert Worcester on the results of the 2008 American Presidential Election.
The Role Of The Polls In The American Presidential Election
17 November 2000
Questions have been raised about the role of the polls in the American presidential election. One thing's for sure; they said it would be close, and it certainly was! Polls rained down on the American public at the rate of over four a day during the two months and a bit since Labor Day, the traditional 'home stretch' of the presidential contest. Nobody could say there wasn't enough data, but what did they tell us?
The state of play in the US 2012 election
13 February 2012
The GOP still can't decide on a candidate to face the President, but they still want your campaign money, observes Sir Robert Worcester in The American.