By Dr. Lee M. Miringoff For those watching the Bruins/Blackhawks Stanley Cup final the other night or game six of the NBA championship, the lesson learned is to stay in your seat until the very end. That may also be the case with the NYC Democratic Primary for Mayor. Nonetheless, the latest Wall Street Journal/NBC […]
11/4: The Rap on Polls
November 4, 2009
By Dr. Lee M. Miringoff What happened in the race for New York City mayor?! Mayor Michael Bloomberg squeaked out a slim victory over Democratic challenger Bill Thompson last night despite the healthy lead given to Bloomberg by all the pre-election polls. The short of it … the scenario is a textbook case of pre-election […]
10/26: Thompson’s Last Best Chance?
October 26, 2009
By Dr. Lee M. Miringoff Tomorrow night’s debate on WABC-TV between NYC Mayor Michael Bloomberg and Democrat Bill Thompson represents the challenger’s best and probably last opportunity to close the gap in the race for mayor. I’m not sure Thompson’s chances are as dire as a Hail Mary pass but they are certainly no better […]