Well, THAT was an interesting evening, wasn’t it?
Not the John McCain part, but the Hillary/Barack part.
I am sad that my man John Edwards didn’t have a better showing, but I don’t think that means that people don’t like what he has to say (but that’s a different post for a different day).
Apparently, undecided women happened to the “big mo.”
While some commenters think we XX-ers only vote based on what our husbands think (yeah, Mr. PunditMom is ROLLING on the floor right now at that one), it turns out that some of us have still got a lot of thinking and ruminating and considering to do.
Apparently it wasn’t the pollsters who were wrong — it was the media!
The pundits, (hey, it wasn’t me!), the analysts, and the TV hosts just didn’t take into account the voters in the polls who said, and apparently meant, that they hadn’t yet decided even a day before the election who they were going to vote for.
That’ll teach ‘em. So, onward to Las Vegas.
Hillary Clinton is hoping that what some are predicting for Vegas doesn’t stay in Vegas. But one thing I know for sure — all the networks are going to do a a little better job of listening to what the polls are really saying and taking into account that ever-elusive margin of error.
Yeah, we political science geeks are eating that one up!