Skip to comments.Zogby Poll: Equilibrium in the POTUS Race! [McCain/Palin 47%, Obama/Biden 45%]
Posted on 08/30/2008 8:02:20 PM PDT by charles m
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The question I like the best is,” are you a conservative, ultra conservative etc?, I always answer “ultra”
He asks one's age, address, nationality,and many questions about my preference on different subjects.
At the end there is a place to comment about the poll.I wish I knew how to let some of you know how to get on his list.
My answers were not included in the results just posted because if I read it right it was up to noon today.
I am that 85 years old widow, born again Christian, ultra conservative and a political junkie since I was 17. Couldn't even vote for 4 years. I am still hanging in there and am anxious to vote this Nov.
As a matter of fact I emailed both Hannity and Rush that Gore won by that amount in two Cities and I wanted someone to ask “Which City elected him?”
Some times we make statements without looking up the facts.
Lighten up, the AOL map posted was an obvious joke.
McCain is down by 10 points in PA?
“McCain is down by 10 points in PA? How sad.”
The people I know from PA think McCain will carry the state. If so, he will surely be elected President.
“The people I know from PA think McCain will carry the state. If so, he will surely be elected President.”
I’m worried about the Philly vote machine.
BTW..who do you know in PA, regular people or are you talking about campaign workers?
Seek and Find...Are you a troll? I do the same “divide and conquer” over at DU. Try to sound like one thing but really trying to quietly dishearten the base...I am on to you!
Putting aside the question of the reliability of polls, it's always better to be up rather than down.
Yeah, mostly because of the Obama part.
No - uh - he’s up 9 in PA’s 10th congressional district. I was correcting a previous poster, who was claiming a congressional district poll showed John McCain up by 9 in the entire state. He was just up by 9 in the 10th congressional district.
Wait till the debates - she'll annihilate Biden, and Mac will whip uh-O like a nappy headed step child.
Watch Montgomery, Delaware, and Bucks Counties this time. It will take an OVERWHELMING win in Philadelphia County to even come close to negating the vote in said counties. I do believe Barry the Mulatto Messiah will win Allegheny, but not by more than 5%, a small margin for such a heavily Democratic county.
Uh..you’re post wasn’t clear, but..uh..thanks for the clarification.
Except our side shouldn’t be in Bolshevik red.
That’s ok. That just means Republicans are the lifeline of the USA. Rather than the blue, aka Blue Bloods.
I have always wondered about the popular vote count in the 2000 Election.
The screams of “stolen election” and “selected not elected” from the Left served to cover up the probability of massive problems with inaccurate counting IN FAVOR OF GORE.
In my analysis, anyway, and I have heard and read others that are similar.
In a number of states maybe all, for that matter, they throw away large numbers of mail-in ballots because they say it wouldn’t tip the state the other way, so forget them. Think how many military ballots are never counted, and all the people who vote early.
Dems in cities such as Philadelphia and many others are notorious for vote fraud. They can turn out more people than are actually available to vote. They have been doing it for years in tight elections.
Then there’s all the Republicans who didn’t vote in the FL Panhandle because they heard Gore had already won FL.
And all the voters out West who heard the same and decided not to vote because they’d been told that Bush could not win if he lost FL’s electoral votes.
I have never accepted that in an honest, well-run election, Bush would’ve lost the popular vote.
Why is the AOL poll in favor of the Republicans? Aren’t the Democrats more active online?
“Why is the AOL poll in favor of the Republicans?”
I suspect it’s because AOL is an older dial-up service, perhaps used primarily by people outside of major metropolitan areas, and older people. But I am just guessing.