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  • The David Palmer Effect

     
    Even though this is a food blog, I think we should pause for a moment to consider the momentous events of yesterday.Enough with the Bradley Effect already. Nobody but Bradley has ever been affected by the Bradley Effect. I want......
  • More concealed guns for the Golden State?

     
    In October, Gov. Jerry Brown signed a law banning the open carrying of handguns in public. For several months before that, "open carry" proponents had been especially visible in the South Bay, making their 2nd Amendment point by packing heat......
  • Muslims drawn to Obama

    Barack Hussein Obama's victory didn't just belie the so-called Bradley effect for black candidates. Experts say it also defied an "Osama effect"—opposition efforts to sway voters by connecting Obama to radical Islam. In fact, experts say the...
  • Getting inside voters' minds

    SEE CORRECTION APPENDED --- START OF CORRECTION --- For The Record Los Angeles Times Tuesday, February 12, 2008 Home Edition Main News Part A Page 2 National Desk 1 inches; 37 words Type of Material: Correction Voters' minds: A headline with an article...
  • The 'Bradley effect' myth

    Much has been said and written in recent weeks about the so-called Bradley effect, the supposed phenomenon of white voters who secretly harbor racist animosity toward black candidates but who are too embarrassed to admit that to pollsters and thus lie...
  • The Bradley Effect is still in effect

    Times columnist Gregory Rodriguez and University of Washington political scientist Matt Barreto step out to combat comments by Clinton staffer Sergio Bendixen about Latino voters not being overly friendly toward black candidates. They are wrong,...
  • The Latino vote is pro-Clinton, not anti-Obama

    The results of Tuesday's primaries brought a renewed and vigorous debate about the Latino vote and the "Latino gap" for Sen. Barack Obama (D-Ill.). States such as California, Illinois, New York, Arizona and New Mexico have very large Latino electorates...
  • Obama and the 'Bradley effect'

    Obama and the 'Bradley effect'
    Today's topic: Some observers warn of the so-called Bradley effect and suggest that Obama may appear to be doing better than he really is. Others say young people are not being polled effectively because they're on cellphones and not listed. Any...
  • You be the campaign manager

    You be the campaign manager
    You're in charge -- what should John McCain (and Sarah Palin) do in the final four weeks? Barack Obama (and Joe Biden)? Previously, Welch and Crayton discussed the possibility of a "Bradley effect,” McCain's chances of catching Obama, the changing...
  • Racial prejudice and the elderly

    Racial prejudice and the elderly
    The personality is familiar to us all: the sweet old aunt, the loving grandfather or the generous widow down the street, each of them unfailingly kind toward friends and family but given to flights of shocking prejudice when the conversation turns...
  • Live chat with Andrew Malcolm and Don Frederick

    Administrator2: Hello and welcome to the Politics Chat! Administrator2: Welcome chatters, and welcome Andrew and Don! Don Frederick: hello Andrew Malcolm: Hi, everybody. Welcome to Top of the Ticket's chat. New Hampshire is over and that state's p[...
  • Barack Obama-fear?: 'We're still here'

     
    by Mark Silva Ahead in the polls, Barack Obama was asked about that so-called "Bradley effect,'' in which polling failed to detect antipathy for a black candidate before the election. "They've been saying that for a while, but we're still......