Working paper giving some support to the intuitive voter theory.
Econtalk podcast on polling
A lot of links came out of that econtalk episode.
1st- Did you know the Washington Post offers too many RSS feeds here?
I think I have decided to wait for Real Clear Politics to suggest an article for me rather than wade through all those on a daily basis.
2nd - In the podcast, Rivers discusses his polling methodology and how it differs from traditional random dialing polling. It is somewhat convincing that his method should produce more accurate results which is why this is a great link to a detailed weekly poll he conducts for the economist. Why doesn't the economist have an RSS feed for this? (I still haven't figured out how to make my own RSS feeds for sites.) If your in the mood for a bit of in depth poll analysis, this would be the place to start.
3rd - Here we have polling results for elections past, although I bet there is a better resource somewhere out there. Also, check out those historic exit polls.
4th - Uncommon Knowledge is a video series available through the Hoover website but without an RSS.
Hoover events are here. Again, no rss.
5th- fora.tv - the thinking person's youtube.
5 and a half - the website www.rove.com yields a picture of Karl Rove and a "This page does not exist" however, http://www.rove.com/maps/McCain-Obama-07-23-08.pdf yields an electoral map with a KarlRove&Co. Apparently NBC's First Read found this without the help of a homepage.
6 - Yahoo polls on the 2008 race conducted by Knowledge Networks. (no rss)
7 - audible.com - download audio books.
PS. Chris Mathews had an interesting prediction that the debate which will come into focus soon will be whether or not to have long term bases in Iraq.