* This is a bit weird, but whatevs. Numbers is numbers…
That’s Peter Roskam and Mike Bost if you don’t know the districts.
* From the linked story…
Over the next two months, The New York Times will talk to more voters than ever before. It starts tonight, when we’ll publish the first New York Times Upshot/Siena College polls of the most competitive battlegrounds in the fight for Congress.
But there’s a twist. None of these polls are finished. One hasn’t even begun.
We’re doing it live.
For the first time, we’ll publish our poll results and display them in real time, from start to finish, respondent by respondent. No media organization has ever tried something like this, and we hope to set a new standard of transparency. You’ll see the poll results at the same time we do. You’ll see our exact assumptions about who will turn out, where we’re calling and whether someone is picking up. You’ll see what the results might have been had we made different choices.
You can watch the 6th District get polled live by clicking here and the data on the 12th is here. Scroll down and you’ll see constantly updated crosstabs.