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  • LA Times/USC Poll - Clinton 44.2 Trump 43.6 for 8/28

    08/28/2016 5:24:22 AM PDT · by freedom1st · 36 replies
    Los Angeles Times ^ | 8/28/16 | LA Times
    Who's Winning? Daily Track of Clinton and Trump's support
  • From here out Hillary Clinton is on defense and that is not a winning formula

    06/23/2016 9:09:38 AM PDT · by Oldpuppymax · 40 replies
    The Coach's Team ^ | 6/23/16 | Kevin "Coach" Collins
    Yesterday a stunned Slate magazine said this about Donald Trump’s smashing speech outlining Hillary Clinton’s crimes: “Donald Trump’s Wednesday morning speech about Hillary Clinton’s record is probably the most unnervingly effective one he has ever given.” Let’s go one further: It was the most effective speech given by a Republican in living memory and Trump is just getting started. The media started yesterday in a state of shock. The geniuses at NBC publicly moaned that they could not believe Trump is tied with Clinton in Ohio and Pennsylvania. “How could this be; Trump just had the worst week of his...
  • Karnak the Great Has Spoken

    11/05/2012 5:13:59 PM PST · by Noremac · 2 replies
    Blasted Fools.com ^ | 11/5/2012 | Richard Cameron
    Hello Friends, I know many of you are a little anxious regarding the election. Nearly all the media outlets are painting a fatalistic picture about the inevitability of Obama’s re-election. On the face of it, it would seem that the tactic is intended to discourage the anti-Obama faction and to push the many in our society that don’t have a shred of independent thinking in their DNA, to let the crowd prompt their decision. As I see things, the ‘Bandwagon’ syndrome is not going to get it done this time around. Look at the enormous crowds for the Romney rallies...
  • Its time to lie.

    11/04/2012 2:44:50 PM PST · by prplhze2000 · 7 replies
    jackson jambalaya ^ | November 3, 2012 | Kingfish
    Hate exit polls as much as I do. Mike Royko had the PERFECT solution for them. LIE. Here is an old column of his I dug up. Enjoy.
  • Obama's Job Approval Drops Below Carter's

    11/29/2011 10:43:01 AM PST · by tcrlaf · 122 replies
    US News ^ | 11-29-11 | US NEws
    President Obama's slow ride down Gallup's daily presidential job approval index has finally passed below Jimmy Carter, earning Obama the worst job approval rating of any president at this stage of his term in modern political history. Since March, Obama's job approval rating has hovered above Carter's, considered among the 20th century's worst presidents, but today Obama's punctured Carter's dismal job approval line. On their comparison chart, Gallup put Obama's job approval rating at 43 percent compared to Carter's 51 percent.
  • 2008 Presidential Electoral Vote Projection - 5/16/08

    05/16/2008 2:18:38 PM PDT · by blogsforthompson.com · 34+ views
    Electoral Projection ^ | May 16, 2008 | BrianinMO
    Here is the 2008 Electoral Vote Projection Map and 50-Day State Average Poll Chart for Friday, May 16, 2008 . . .Colorado has now moved from the Obama category into the "Tossup" category. That now leaves the Electoral Vote Tally at 249 for McCain, 228 for Obama, and 61 in the "Tossup" category. . .Don't forget to check out the charts at the bottom of the page for Latest State Polls, 50-Day Average of National Polls, and Latest National Polls. Updates will be posted through the day as new polling numbers come out. . . .
  • 2008 Presidential Electoral Vote Projection - 5/13/08

    05/13/2008 12:45:33 PM PDT · by blogsforthompson.com · 8 replies · 43+ views
    Electoral Projection ^ | May 13, 2008 | BrianinMO
    Here is the 2008 Electoral Vote Projection Map and State Poll Average Chart for Tuesday, May 13, 2008. . . .Check out a new feature added here at Electoral Projection. The National Poll Average Chart (above) will now break down the polls from the last 50-days by polls that use: Likely Voters; Registered Voters; Random Sample of Adults. You can always find the chart at the bottom of the page. I have noticed that polls using "Registered Voters" or "Adults" rather than "Likely Voters" seem to always have Obama doing better. The chart bears that out. McCain actually leads in...
  • 2008 Presidential Electoral Vote Projection - Updated 5/12/08

    05/12/2008 12:12:12 PM PDT · by blogsforthompson.com · 3 replies · 48+ views
    Electoral Projection ^ | May 12, 2008 | BrianinMO
    Here is the updated 2008 Presidential Electoral Vote Projection Map and Poll Average Chart for Monday, May 12, 2008 . . .McCain continues to lead Obama in the Projected Electoral Vote 249-237, with 52 in the "Tossup" column (see map above). . . .Please note that charts are posted at the bottom of the main page showing the "Latest State Polls," the "50-Day Average of National Polls," and the "Latest National Polls." Those charts will be updated and kept there on an ongoing basis.
  • 2004 Presidential Election Outlook/Polls

    08/31/2004 2:20:31 AM PDT · by charat8392 · 25 replies · 1,476+ views
    Liza Willis (update 1) Aug. 31 st , 2004 5:09AM EST Washington Dilby Affiliate ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- With the 2004 Presidential Election around the corner things are not looking so absolute for the Democratic ticket, John Kerry and John Edwards. Dilby.com complies data from various known and unknown polls across the country (including Hawaii and Alaska ), in addition to gathering Internet data from various web-pollers. Dilby.com also factors the previous electoral votes and the 2000 Presidential election to give the public an accurate percentage of who's ahead in the current race. The statistical data gathered averages the popular vote in addition...
  • Louisiana poll: Bush leads Kerry 52%-38%

    04/13/2004 5:34:06 AM PDT · by No Dems 2004 · 40 replies · 269+ views
    The poll also surveyed the candidates running for President. According to the poll, President Bush leads. The pollsters asked, "If the election for President of the United States was held today between Republican George Bush, John Kerry and Ralph Nader, for whom would you vote?". Bush captured 51.7 %, John Kerry received 37.6% and Nader picked up 1.7 percent". Interviews for the statewide poll were conducted by telephone with 700 registered Louisiana voters on Wednesday, March 17, Thursday, March 18, and between Monday, March 22 and Monday March 29, 2004. The overall margin of error for the statewide statistics obtained...