If you are like me, you once in a while check to see what other people are saying about issues or specific politicians. I used to hop from one site to another gathering information from different sources and try to keep it all in my mind together about what I was coming accross.
Finally I came accross this site http://www.usaelectionpolls.com we my prayers have been answered. This site takes all the different polls from all the major polling companies and puts them all on one website. Not only that but it does it be issue, category, politician and State!
But the best part I think is that you can talk about any of the polls via posts with other members. This is great because I am sick and tired of sitting at Starbucks and somebody starts to talk about how it’s not so bad and make excuses for those who are in charge. Nothing better than to whip out the stats for your friends to ponder about and realize that they are missing some facts and that they are not in line with the rest of reality.
For example the 2012, who are the frontrunners? Well they have a poll for that http://www.usaelectionpolls.com/polls/2012-election.html
Although it is very far away but they have polls for both parties and you can get an idea of who would come to mind for either side of the ticket.
Also if you want to check all the polls on a specific person like the President they have http://www.usaelectionpolls.com/polls/obama.html
It’s pretty cool to see how on certain issues it’s good and certain issues it’s bad poll wise. One does get a better insight as to what the U.S. population and other populations in other countries think about certain decisions and issues.
I can’t stress enough how much fun it is to save so much time looking up poll data from different sources now that I use this site. I add an extra 15 to 20 minutes of saved search time with this site. So the next time somebody decides to only quote one source of polling information to make their argument you can easily point them out some other polls to keep them in check during your morning coffee debates.