Video: Xtreme polls 2008: Getting creative with political prognostication

Thursday, October 30, 2008

The most accurate polls around might be a little on the unconventional side: Halloween mask sales, schoolchildren, coffee cups, and cookies.

Mary Beth Williams hits the streets of New York to look at this year's "Xtreme" polls:

... while Web Producer Adam Hirsch talks to one Nevada bakery with a surprisingly accurate poll based on baked goods.


Mary Elizabeth Williams


Adam Hirsch, Jennifer Hsu and Femi Oke

Comments [1]


The complexion on the Obama mask is about two shades too dark. It's now Burnt Sienna and should be more Raw Sienna.

Oct. 30 2008 08:43 AM

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