via Artnet News, Oct 3, 2008:
ART WORLD LAUNCHES POLLTRACK
As if we needed more proof that the art world was eagerly watching the current elections, two of the art world’s most indefatigable political forces, SoHo art dealer Ronald Feldman and curator and art historian Maurice Berger, have launched Polltrack.com, a new website designed to track the contemporary political campaigns, interpret the results of the many polls of voters, and predict the results of the elections. At present, Polltrack’s electoral map shows Barack Obama ahead, with 260 elector votes, compared to John McCain’s 185 votes; 93 are too close to call. Blog entries, largely authored by Berger, explain and expand upon the polls. The site’s new nonpartisan blog, called Voices on the Ground, features reporting from [....] "If you think of the presidential election as a sport," said Feldman, "Polltrack gives you a front-row seat."