Source: Economist - email@example.com
GENERIC QUESTION: Does the more of something increase the likelihood of an event ?
SPECIFIC QUESTION: Does the rise in the opinion pools that candidates hope to get from the cheering at the convention increase the likelihood of election-day success?
GENERIC ARGUMENT: The more of something (bounce) would plausibly increase the likelihood of an event (election success), but this is not the case. "
TEXT: "..The famous bounce - the rise in the opinion pools that candidates hope to get from the cheering at the convention- is no real pointer to election-day success"