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September 28, 2004

Should pollsters weight by party identification?

The debate over whether pollsters should statistically adjust (or weight) their samples by party identification has been heated during campaign 2004.  Here is a list of sequence of posts that covered this topic exhaustively:

It is worth noting that the debate about weighting by party is really a part of a larger debate also raging in 2004 about how pollsters define likely voters – click this link for more information.

Finally, click on this link to display short excerpts of all of the posts concerning weighting by party in reverse chronological order (most recent first).

Related Entries - FAQ, Weighting by Party

Posted by Mark Blumenthal on September 28, 2004 at 08:57 AM in FAQ, Weighting by Party | Permalink

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