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  1. Avatar Plinko says:

    Often, state flagship newspapers report on statewide or major metro viewership for major television events. I know the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel did for the state when I lived in Wisconsin, often buried in a column or blog on the media.

    You might start there if Nielsen itself doesn’t make such information public.Report

  2. Avatar Tom Van Dyke says:

    Romney won the Xbox poll and 31% of the idiot vote will be plenty. It’s all over.

    In the election for President, have you decided who to vote for?” For this last question, 72 percent responded that they had “definitely decided”, 17 percent were “leaning” toward a candidate and the rest were “still trying to decide”. When asked which candidate comes closer to their position on the economy, 57 percent chose Obama and 31 percent chose Romney, with the remaining 12 percent “not sure”.

    Yet, for nine of out the 10 poll questions, endorsements for Romney’s performance exceeded his baseline of Republican supporters. President Obama did not fair nearly as well—eight out of 10 times he fell below his baseline of Democratic supporters. Approximately 30 percent of participants identified themselves as undecided or not leaning strong toward either candidate, according to Rothschild, who develops election forecast models for Microsoft Research as a means of studying the effectiveness of different data algorithms.


  3. Avatar Brandon Berg says:

    Be honest: You’re just hard-up for trivia material, aren’t you?Report