What a novel idea: Speedreading reality, on our own. That's what we are now forced to do. As POLITICO reports, for the second day in a row, Gallup has suspended its daily tracking which it then interprets and releases as polls.
Maybe I will go out into the courtyard of the 1400 unit complex where I live in New Haven, Connecticut and start conversations about the presidential candidates with the residents. I may just wind up with a more accurate feel for public opinion about a lot of things, including the likely winner next week, than I would have derived from poring over Gallup polls.