The San Francisco Chronicle examines recent polling data from the Democratic polling firm Greenberg Quinlan Rosner to look at the potential potency of unmarried women for Democrats. "A quarter of all eligible voters - 53 million - are unmarried women, according to an October study by the influential liberal polling firm Greenberg Quinlan Rosner, but 20 million did not vote in the most recent presidential election. 'They have the power to reshape American politics further, if they vote,' according to the Greenberg Quinlan Rosner study. 'Unmarried women have the potential to emerge as the 'Democrats' Evangelicals.'"
The New York Sun wonders if Michael Bloomberg has found his Condi -- following up on reports that Bloomberg is being briefed on foreign policy issues by Nancy Soderberg. "Soderberg is considered a centrist who supports using international institutions to further American interests abroad. In television appearances, she has spoken out about the war in Iraq, saying it has been botched from the beginning."