post By James Fulford on 11/09/2013

Michael Kinsley Thinks Race "Played Virtually No Role In The 2012 Campaign"

Ann Althouse quotes Michael Kinsley:"One subject that gets barely a mention in 'Double Down' — because it played virtually no role in the 2012 campaign — is race.""In a book that aspires to be, and lar...
article By John Derbyshire on 10/24/2013

John Derbyshire: A White Flight From Christianity?

My video clip of the week, perhaps the year, is this one of Vincent Stewart, a/k/a/ Reverend X, preaching God’s Word.  The whole thing is 13 minutes, but here’s a flavor: (1m26s, responding to a phone-...
post By James Fulford on 05/03/2013

Limbaugh, Instapundit Discussing Byron York's Version Of The Sailer Strategy

A reader reports that Rush Limbaugh was discussing Byron York's version of the Sailer Strategy:Near the end of the show. He's going through the different possibilities using the NY Times calculator. Wh...
article By Peter Brimelow on 11/07/2012

Romney's White Share Fell Short Of 2010, So He Lost

Only one metric really matters in the close 2012 Presidential race: according to CNN's exit polling (scroll down), Mitt Romey's share of the white a.k.a. American vote was just 59%, for a twenty-point ...
post By Peter Brimelow on 11/06/2012

Nov 6 Election Day!—Still Statistical Dead Heat, One 59% White Share Sighting

The Election Day tracking polls still show a statistical dead heat and Romney's white share at 56%-59%, at the high end of the mediocre post-Reagan range. Remember, George W. Bush won with 58% of white...
post By Peter Brimelow on 11/05/2012

Nov. 5: Still Deadlocked—Romney's White Share Still Below 2010's 60%

There’s no breakthrough for Mitt Romney or Barack Obama in the most recent opinion polls. All show statistical dead heats, although Romney does now have a couple of single-point leads. And all show Rom...
post By Peter Brimelow on 11/04/2012

Nov. 4: Race Still Deadlocked—Romney's White Share About Bush's 2004 58%, May No Longer Be Enough

The latest tracking polls show the Presidential race an actual or statistical deal heat. Of course, this is all within the margin of error—the final result could be literally anything.Mitt Romney's sha...
post By Peter Brimelow on 11/04/2012

Nov. 3: Race Deadlocked—Romney's White Share Stuck Well Below 2010's 60%

The polls continue within the margin of error, with a slight advantage to Obama, but all agree that Romney's share of the white vote has sunk decisively, and perhaps fatally, below the 60% achieved by ...
post By Peter Brimelow on 11/03/2012

Nov. 2: Polls Say Romney Ripple Gone—White Share Back To Mediocre Post-Reagan Range

Both the tracking polls and VDARE.com have been hit by Hurricane Sandy, but it appears that the post-debate Romney Ripple has now vanished and (not coincidentally) Romney's white share is declining bac...
post By James Fulford on 11/01/2012

October 31—Hurricane Sandy Interfering With Polls—Romney's White Share (Probably) 58 Percent

Owing to Hurricane Sandy, RealClearPolitics polls  have not been updated since the 28th.  Rasmussen Reports is in bad shape, with Asbury Park, New Jersey still under water, but they have released a pre...