During their coverage of yesterday’s presidential debate, CNN included a graph of “audience reaction” at the bottom of the screen.
The graph contained three lines that were supposed to judge the reaction of the audience, second by second, to what the candidates were saying. One line was for Independents, one for Dems and one for Republicans.
I found out today that the “audience” being tracked was actually 32 likely voters here in Columbus Ohio.
I hunted around and found this CNN transcript as verification:
SOLEDAD O’BRIEN, CNN SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT (speaking from Columbus, OH): The group we have assembled […]Full Story... →
During last night’s debate John McCain again reminded us how everyone in the Senate thinks he’s a maverick.
If you ask me, being a maverick is kind of like being cool.
The more you have to tell people, the less likely it is to actually be true.Full Story... →
Must-watch video of Eric discussing politics and blogging on this week’s “The State of Ohio”…
For many political junkies, blogs are supplementing or even replacing talk radio and the op/ed page as the source for information backing up one?s political perspective. Here to talk about the impact and influence of bloggers in Ohio are Eric Vessels from Plunderbund.com, a progressive blog, and Daniel Jack Williamson from the more conservative BuckeyeRINO.wordpress.com.Full Story... →
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