Saturday's Primaries

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  1. KenH

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    The latest polls show Florida to be a neck-and-neck race between McCain and Romney:

    www.realclearpolitics.com/epolls/2008/president/fl/florida_republican_primary-260.html


    The latest polls show that Obama should have a comfortable victory as expected in South Carolina:

    www.realclearpolitics.com/epolls/2008/president/sc/south_carolina_democratic_primary-234.html


    The latest polls show that McCain would be the most competitive Republican versus Clinton or Obama:

    www.realclearpolitics.com/epolls/2008/president/national.html
     
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    I just wonder if these are the same polls and pollsters that showed that Sen. Barak Obama was going to "clean the clock" of Sen. Hillary Clinton in New Hampshire, with the projections of three weeks ago??

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    Thompson will ... O I forgot . I would like to know how many write-ins he gets though .
     
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    A lady on the Glenn Beck show said she had already sent in her ballott with a vote for Thompson
     
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    Precisely why I'm wating until the very last day of early voting (If I thought my baby wouldn't be born the day of the primary, I'd wait until then to vote. I love going on election day). Had I voted when EV started, Fred may very well have gotten my vote. Now, I'm at a loss as to which Pseudocon I must choose from.
     
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    As expected Obama is now projected to win South Carolina. However, his support among white voters has pretty shrunk to very little which bodes poorly for him outside of the South on February 5 and bodes well for Clinton.
     
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    Making a trumped up issue of race was bound to result in exactly that.
     
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    Jay Leno (or was it Letterman) raised a very philosophical question about Thompson. "If Thompson stops campaigning, how will we know"?
     
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    :laugh: :laugh: :laugh: That's funny!!

    One of the best things about this election cycle is how most of the polls going into each state are being proven wrong!! I love it!!

    In Nevade they had Ron Paul in last place in the polls, when the votes were counted he came in 2nd place. He also came in 2nd Place in the Louisiana Caucus. I love seeing the media get egg on their faces and have to explain why they were wrong with their polling data!
     

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