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  • Now is the Time to Start Following Politics

    11/01/2012 2:06:00 AM PDT · by Making_Sense [Rob W. Case] · 1 replies
    MSMB ^ | October 31, 2012 | Rob W. Case
    At the time of this article, we have less than a week before we decide to continue our current path as a nation, or choose a different one. In America, there are many people who simply do not follow politics, and as such, those people are left with an epic struggle of responsibly choosing their next candidate. Their struggle is mired in choosing their candidate based on what the media says, what campaign ads say, and who their friends and family are voting for. Yet, apart from the “noise” of these overwhelming influences is a very real and very harsh...
  • Vanity For My Wife - Most "Undecideds" Are Women: It Makes Us Look Stupid!

    10/28/2012 11:17:27 AM PDT · by dagogo redux · 41 replies
    10/28/12 | dagogo redux
    My wife is a Filipina, an RN who came to the US eighteen years ago on a work visa. She's now a newly naturalized citizen, and she just got through casting her very first mail-in ballot. She just went on a mini-rant after watching a news segment on the two presidential campaigns' efforts to court "the much-sought-after undecided women's vote," women constituting a sizable majority of the "undecideds," apparently. Her exasperated and repeated refrain: "I just can't believe they could still be undecided - what kind of woman can be that stupid!" Her rant voiced a strong confirmation of her...
  • Luntz Focus Group Split on Romney's Debate Performance

    10/23/2012 6:20:52 AM PDT · by Clint N. Suhks · 62 replies
    NEWSMAX ^ | 10/23/12 | Greg McDonald
    A focus group of undecided voters appeared to be split over Mitt Romney's debate performance on foreign policy Monday night, with some saying he failed to distinguish how he would do things differently from President Barack Obama and others saying he finally came across as more "humane and relatable." The group, appearing on Fox News' Sean Hannity show along with Republican strategist Frank Luntz, declared Obama the overall winner of the debate when the two candidates stuck strictly to foreign policy and military issues. But when the debate veered into economic policy as a national security issue, most in the...
  • WHO CARES WHAT(undecideds)THEY THINK?

    10/20/2012 11:35:44 AM PDT · by jmaroneps37 · 8 replies
    coachisright.com ^ | October 20, 2012 | Ron Reale, staff writer
    I just can’t seem to muster up any concern …. for the ignorant and still uninformed I am supposed to waste my time repeating what I have been saying…. Everyone knows about our failed President’s allegiance to terrorists and America haters like Bill Ayers, Reverend Wright, Hugo Chavez and the Muslim Brotherhood. What else is there to say about his traitorous associates, and his financial support for those buying weapons to kill us with the American taxpayer’s monies given to them by Barack Obama? If people aren’t aware of this by now, I don’t care if they never take another...
  • Oops!… Luntz Focus Group Member Says Obama’s Lied & “Been Bullsh*tting the Public” (Video)

    10/16/2012 9:56:12 PM PDT · by forbushalltheway · 22 replies
    The Gateway Pundit ^ | October 16, 2012 | Jim Hoft
    Oops! On FOX News a former Obama voter told Frank Luntz that Obama’s been “bullsh*tting the public” for years. “He’s lied about everything. He lied to get elected in 2008 that’s why I voted for him. I bought it. Bull. And, he’s lied about everything. He hasn’t come through on anything. And he’s been bullsh*tting the public.“
  • Video: Luntz focus group unloads on Obama after debate

    10/17/2012 8:20:54 AM PDT · by Ernest_at_the_Beach · 60 replies
    Hot Air ^ | 8:41 am on October 17, 2012 | Ed Morrissey
    In my estimation, last night’s debate was a draw. Both men did what they needed to do for the debate, but neither had enough of a breakout performance to make much of a difference in the race. I’d expect to see very little impact to the Mitt-mentum that developed after the first debate, for reasons which I’ll address in a moment.That wasn’t the conclusion reached by Frank Luntz’ focus group of former Barack Obama voters, and now undecideds, in Nevada. That panel overwhelmingly chose Mitt Romney as the winner, with observations about Romney’s presidential mien and Obama’s defensiveness and lack...
  • MSNBC's Undecided Voter Panel Swayed by Romney

    10/17/2012 6:34:50 AM PDT · by Evil Slayer · 31 replies
    Weekly Standard ^ | 10/17/12 | DANIEL HALPER
    MSNBC's panel of undecided voters swayed toward Mitt Romney after tonight's presidential debate. Watch here:
  • Romney May Have Swayed Undecideds on Economy (opinion of three expert pollsters)

    10/17/2012 6:34:03 AM PDT · by Qbert · 6 replies
    Human Events ^ | 10/17/2012 | John Gizzi
    Barack Obama may have come out swinging hard, but the second presidential debate of 2012 was no game-changer. That was the opinion of three seasoned professors and pollsters who talked to Human Events moments after the close of the stormy encounter between Obama and Mitt Romney Tuesday at Hofstra University in New York Tuesday evening. If there were any inroads made Tuesday among the voters who are still “undecided” at this point, the three political authorities agreed, they were made by Romney with his strong underscoring of a new policy on the economy. “I didn’t see the debate tonight as...
  • Frank Luntz Focus group of Undecideds from Nevada...WOW!!! (vanity)

    10/16/2012 8:21:00 PM PDT · by God luvs America · 80 replies
    Me
    Anyone watching??? everyone except two people who voted for Obama said they will now vote for Romney...this is definitely a must see video if available...while the media says Obama won everyone of these undecideds referred to Romney as presidential, a leader, in control and obama as angry...
  • 12 Questions for Voters Undecided About the 2012 Presidential Election

    10/15/2012 8:52:54 PM PDT · by DestroyLiberalism · 15 replies
    Please pass this on to anyone you know who is not yet committed to voting for a particular candidate in the upcoming presidential election. Now more than ever, America needs them to make the right choice on November 6...
  • To the Wavering Voter: Mitt Romney won't make war on women, the Middle East or the middle class

    10/15/2012 4:48:27 PM PDT · by 2ndDivisionVet · 8 replies
    The Wall Street Journal ^ | October 15, 2012 | Bret Stephens, deputy editorial page editor
    Dear Wavering Voter: No, abortion rights and access to contraception will not be jeopardized if Mitt Romney becomes president. Not remotely, not vaguely, not even close. No woman in America, including Sandra Fluke, will have war made upon her by a President Romney. Maybe you think the job of a president is to be our DJ-in-Chief and set the mood music for the country. In that case, the slow-jam Obama administration has everything to recommend it, while a Romney presidency may get on your nerves like a hokey country song. But it won't get in your way. How am I...
  • Undecided voters in focus group swing sharply toward Romney; Post-debate poll shows big win

    10/03/2012 11:38:12 PM PDT · by 2ndDivisionVet · 4 replies
    Twitchy ^ | October 3, 2012 | Staff
    Ellen Carmichael@ellencarmichael Luntz said he has never had a focus group swing as much as his Obama-leaning group did tonight. "This is a big deal," he says. 3 Oct 12 Reply Retweet Favorite Tonight, pollster Frank Luntz assembled a focus group consisting of undecided Colorado voters. By the end of tonightÂ’s debate, the group had moved dramatically toward GOP nominee Mitt Romney. At least half a dozen focus group members who voted for Barack Obama in 2008 now say they will vote for Romney. Virtually everyone in the group said that Romney won the debate and exceeded their expectations. Luntz,...
  • Few Voters Are Truly Up for Grabs, Research Suggests (There are very few undecideds in this race)

    08/17/2012 7:08:20 AM PDT · by SeekAndFind · 11 replies
    New York Times ^ | 08/17/2012 | REBECCA BERG
    WASHINGTON — Curtis Napier, a 52-year-old father of two in Lima, Ohio, belongs to a much-discussed group of Americans that is far smaller than is often realized: He is a true swing voter. He voted for George W. Bush in 2004 and for Barack Obama in 2008. With three months remaining in the campaign between President Obama and Mitt Romney, Mr. Napier said, “I may not just vote for either one of them.” About one-third of Americans describe themselves as independent voters, creating a widespread impression that a large group of Americans will provide the decisive swing votes in this...
  • 1 in 5 Wisconsin voters are still undecided about who they will vote for in tomorrow's election

    08/13/2012 4:24:59 PM PDT · by Syncro · 60 replies
    Tea Party Express ^ | August 13, 2012 | Alexandra Russo
    1 in 5 Wisconsin voters are still undecided about who they will vote for in tomorrow's election  . A new poll reveals that even though the election is TOMORROW an unusual amount of voters are still undecided as to who they are going to vote for.  1 in 5 voters is still searching for a candidate to vote for. . . That makes our push to keep our 'Tea Party Supports Mark Neumann' ad running through election day critically important.  . We need to stay in front of these undecided voters as they make up their mind who to...
  • Michelle: Undecideds 'Confused,' 'Knuckleheads' (black radio interview)

    08/10/2012 4:40:19 PM PDT · by Free ThinkerNY · 18 replies
    Breitbart TV ^ | August. 10, 2012
    Tom Joyner Morning Show Interviews Michelle Obama
  • Data Indicate Election Will Be Referendum

    04/18/2012 9:52:14 PM PDT · by neverdem · 14 replies
    Real Clear Politics ^ | April 18, 2012 | Sean Trende
    One of the more fashionable debates today is whether the 2012 election will be more of a choice between two candidates, or a referendum on the party in power. Over at The New Republic, Ed Kilgore provides one of the more cogent arguments for the former. Kilgore's assertion flies in the face of the conventional wisdom: That in an incumbent election, the electorate engages in a two-step process. First, it decides whether it likes the incumbent. If it does, the incumbent is re-elected. If it doesn’t, it then asks whether the challenger is acceptable. If the challenger is acceptable, the...
  • Hey Undecideds: Stop Being PC And Pick A Side

    10/28/2010 11:54:30 AM PDT · by grace522 · 15 replies
    Philadelphia Magazine ^ | 28 Oct 10 | Chris Freind
    Let’s get something straight this campaign season. There are no “undecideds.” Or at least there shouldn’t be. If there are, they should be banned from voting. As Dean Wormer said in Animal House, “Fat, drunk and stupid is no way to go through life.” And if you’re truly undecided, that’s exactly what you’re doing. So for those wannabes who think it’s desirable and politically correct to seem overly “deliberative” during a poll, do us all a favor: pick a side. The choices have never been clearer.
  • Democrats Plead With Undecideds: Please Stay Home! (FReep this Digg!!!)

    11/03/2008 4:15:56 PM PST · by GodGunsGuts · 12 replies · 797+ views
    Digg ^ | November 3, 2008
    FReep this Digg!!! (We need FReepers to FReep the Vote over at Buzz too! Any volunteers???) Post your own links exposing ObamaNation on Digg, Buzz, Reddit, etc. Saturate these boards. They're massive and they are crawling with independents and undecideds. And don't post them all in one category, like politics or elections. Finally, repost your links on FR to we can put a protective FReep around them :o) For examples of how to do this, see my history. Let's use our combined FReeperPower to FREEP THE VOTE!!!
  • How Undecideds could be decisive (just) for John McCain

    11/02/2008 10:54:53 PM PST · by BIOCHEMKY · 3 replies · 622+ views
    London Telegraph ^ | November 1, 2008 | Philip Sherwell
    They are lampooned on the late night chat shows as the sort of people who cannot decide what dish to choose in a restaurant and viewed with bewilderment by most Americans after the longest and most intense of election campaigns. Mr Obama's camp is spending millions targeting the undecided But remarkably, there are a fair number of "undecideds" still out there. And if John McCain has any hope of defying the polls and the pundits (all of the former, most of the latter) and defeating Barack Obama, then it seems that it will come down to that coveted voting group....
  • IBD/TIPP: O-46.7, M-44.6, U-8.7 (McCain gains 2.4 points!)

    11/02/2008 9:22:31 AM PST · by tatown · 177 replies · 6,715+ views
    TIPP ^ | 11/2 | TIPP
    Day 21: IBD/TIPP Tracking Poll The race tightened again Sunday as independents who'd been leaning to Obama shifted to McCain to leave that key group a toss-up. McCain also pulled even in the Midwest, moved back into the lead with men, padded his gains among Protestants and Catholics, and is favored for the first time by high school graduates.
  • Down to the Wire, Va. Still Too Close to Call, Poll Shows (Looks Good for McCain)

    11/02/2008 7:18:33 AM PST · by Dubya-M-DeesWent2SyriaStupid! · 103 replies · 3,467+ views
    The Virginian-Pilot ^ | November 2, 2008 | Dale Eisman
    Down to the wire, Va. still too close to call, poll showsThe survey of 625 likely voters in Virginia found 47 percent supported Obama, 44 percent preferred McCain and 9 percent were undecided. The margin of error is plus or minus 4 percentage points. Swing state Should Virginia vote Democratic, Barack Obama probably will win the White House. But should McCain hold the state, the result could portend a McCain comeback nationally. The earliest signs of who will be the next president might spring from Virginia and how undecided white voters such as John Morris and Sidney Blankenbeckler cast their...
  • Post Your Best Links & Sites for Undecided Voters Here! 1 in 7 Undecided--GET OUT THE TRUTH!

    11/01/2008 10:24:29 AM PDT · by doug from upland · 54 replies · 1,059+ views
    Post Your Best Links & Sites for Undecided Voters Here! 1 in 7 Undecided--GET OUT THE TRUTH! ----------------------- As we approach the big finish line, now is time to intensify! Do not relax or be fearful. WE HAVE THE TRUTH ON OUR SIDE! The consciences of those who are undecided or even presently committed to Obama--desperately need the truth. PRAY. Print. Forward. Telephone. DON'T make this a discussion thread, use it as a front-line information arsenal against the powers of darkness. Their ONLY power is based in lies and deceit. AP poll: 1 in 7 voters still persuadable ONE IN...
  • Do 'undecided' voters make a difference?

    10/30/2008 12:30:48 PM PDT · by IndianPrincessOK · 7 replies · 310+ views
    The Star ^ | 10/30/08 | by Daniel Dale
    There are people who take 10 minutes to pick between the Big Mac and the Chicken McNuggets. There are people who cannot rent a wedding tuxedo without first trying on every one on the rack. Then, perhaps even more curiously, there are America's late-October undecided voters: World-class hemmers and hawers who have managed to live through a two-year presidential election campaign without developing a preference for either of the two very different candidates running for two very different parties. The election is Tuesday. In several polls released this week and last, about 5 per cent of Americans who claimed to...
  • A lot of NH Joes still pondering their votes (NH undecideds breaking for McCain)

    10/29/2008 10:57:11 PM PDT · by AKSurprise · 27 replies · 1,237+ views
    Union Leader ^ | 10/29/08 | Jason Schreiber
    "Joe the Plumber isn't alone. All across New Hampshire there are small business guys named Joe who are studying the presidential candidates and making up their minds with less than a week to go before the election. They're people like Joe Kutt, the well-known butcher from North Hampton who's been in the meat business for 40 years, and Joe Bruen, the welder who runs a modest welding shop from his Londonderry home." "Lately, Stewart, who called himself Joe the Tool Maker, has been thinking a lot about choosing McCain over Democratic opponent Sen. Barack Obama. "I think if anybody has...
  • Undecideds should break for McCain

    10/28/2008 8:31:22 PM PDT · by LegalEagle61 · 69 replies · 2,463+ views
    The Hill ^ | Dick Morris
    If current survey trends continue, Obama will finish with less than 50 percent in the polls. Even discounting the Nader vote (some people never learn), the undecided voters could tip the race either way. How will they break? Since there is no incumbent, they cannot automatically be assigned to the challenger; and since turnout is likely to be huge, the current undecided voters will probably make their way to the polls and cast their ballots. But for whom? At the beginning of this contest, Obama effectively made the case that the election was a referendum on Bush’s performance in office....
  • Undecided voters in 2004: What % of the vote and how did they break?

    10/24/2008 6:34:26 PM PDT · by CatOwner · 20 replies · 840+ views
    I am trying to determine how many voters were undecided going into the last week of the 2004 presidential election. Of these undecided voters, what percent of them broke for Bush?
  • Myth of the Undecided Voter

    10/10/2008 6:45:34 PM PDT · by grandpa jones · 10 replies · 1,475+ views
    NN&V ^ | 10-10-08 | nuke
    You’ve seen them in interactive focus groups, and most recently in the Town hall debate: The Undecideds. It makes a normal voter wonder, “Where in the heck to they find these people?” The answer was inadvertently revealed at by Domenico Montanaro in his interview with “undecided” voter Oliver Clark, one of the Town hall debate questioners … …the Sunday before last, I received a call from the Gallop Poll. They asked a few questions regarding my choice in the Presidential election. They asked who I would vote for. I said most likely I would be voting for Barack Obama. They...
  • It Ain't Over: Boring Debate Confirms Obama... (Rush: Drag Yosemite Sam Over The Finish Line Alert)

    10/08/2008 3:51:05 PM PDT · by goldstategop · 38 replies · 2,215+ views
    Rush Limbaugh.com ^ | 10/08/2008 | Rush Limbaugh
    RUSH: What a sad state journalism must have to be in. We know it is, but it was on display last night, the sad state of journalism. You know it's bad when they have to drag Tom Brokaw out of Jurassic Park to moderate the debate. What happened to Brian Williams? What happened to Charlie Gibson? What happened to Katie Couric? Why go to Jurassic Park? Folks, I am sitting here, all I can do today is laugh. I've been having so much fun getting ready for today's show and I'm going to share it with you, greetings, great to...
  • Let sleeping voters lie

    10/06/2008 5:42:47 AM PDT · by DFG · 9 replies · 504+ views
    worldnetdaily ^ | 10/06/08 | Doug Powers
    Shortly before the Revolutionary War, one-third of the colonists were for independence, one-third were content with a confiscatory tax system and a dependency culture and one-third were apathetic, ignorant or unaware of what was going on. Today we have nearly the same three-way split. The only difference is that these days the apathetic, ignorant or unaware are mobilized to vote by any number of special interests, and it just can't be a good thing for America as we know it – er, knew it.
  • (Vanity) Message to FoxNews: Dump Frank Luntz and the Leftist Plants!

    09/26/2008 8:20:10 PM PDT · by CurlyBill · 123 replies · 2,774+ views
    26 Sep 08 | Me
    I've watched Franks Luntz and his "focus groups" for years. There is no question in my mind that his "groups" are filled with planted leftists. There is now way in the world that even a random selection of "undecided" could be decidedly socialist after a debate that McCain won. Throw that crap out!! Punt the Luntz!!
  • Are The Undecideds Truly Undecided?

    09/19/2008 10:27:21 AM PDT · by 11th_VA · 14 replies · 149+ views
    National Review ^ | Friday, September 19, 2008 | Jim Geraghty
    In discussing cell-phone voters a few days ago, I had mentioned that Obama had underperformed final polling, sometimes by significant percentages, in some key states in the Democratic primary - New Hampshire, Nevada, Pennsylvania, Ohio, Texas. Over at The Next Right, Sean Oxendine looks at final polling and final results for all of the caucuses and primaries. Deep down, we know that the question of whether Obama underperforms his polls only matters in a few states — New Hampshire, Pennsylvania, Ohio, maybe Indiana (where Obama overperformed his final polls). In the first three, Obama underperforms, and adding the underperformance factor...
  • Palin shifts outlook for undecideds

    09/14/2008 5:10:03 AM PDT · by markomalley · 21 replies · 241+ views
    Denver Post ^ | 9/14/2008 | Allison Sherry
    ARVADA — Trina Green said she worries about her lack of health insurance and the price of groceries. On her bookkeeper's salary, she needs cheaper gas to shuttle her baby and her 7-year-old around. She is concerned about the quality of her son's school and the war in Iraq. And vice presidential pick Sarah Palin is making her take a second look at voting for John McCain. "She's not soured; she's not influenced yet," said Green, a registered independent in Jefferson County, a key battlefield where there is a roughly equal measure of independent voters compared with Republicans and Democrats....
  • FOX News Poll: In a Gut Decision, Undecided Voters Pick McCain

    08/22/2008 3:05:29 PM PDT · by Maelstorm · 21 replies · 156+ views
    http://www.foxnews.com ^ | August 22, 2008 | By Dana Blanton
    Based on that question, there are signs that undecided voters may be more inclined to move to McCain than to Obama. The largest number of undecideds – 38 percent – would rather get advice from McCain – that’s nearly three times as many as the 13 percent that would go to Obama. The remaining say “neither” (27 percent) or are unsure (18 percent). Furthermore, independent voters pick McCain by a 15-point margin (41 percent – 26 percent). As one would expect, most Obama voters — 78 percent — say they would go to him for advice. Similarly, fully 83 percent...
  • More "undecided" voters in Michigan (Poll Obama 46.3% McCain 42%)

    08/04/2008 10:27:03 PM PDT · by Red Steel · 19 replies · 373+ views
    WEYI ^ | August 04, 2008 at 7:41 p.m. | Dave Kinchen
    Right now 12 percent of Michigan’s registered voters are undecided, according to the Lansing-based polling firm EPIC/MRA. CNN, Fox News, and MSNBC all carried Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama’s speech on energy live from Michigan’s state capitol on Monday, perhaps a further underscore of the importance of the Wolverine state in Decision 2008. “Historically Michigan has had a slight Democratic edge, but most polls show it to be a lot tighter than normal,” said NBC 25 political analyst Dr. Paul Rozycki, political science professor at Mott Community College. A recent poll by Real Clear Politics shows Sen. Obama has 46.3%...
  • If Michigan is tied, then John McCain will be President

    07/21/2008 6:35:24 PM PDT · by library user · 57 replies · 166+ views
    The Next Right ^ | July 21, 2008 | by Soren Dayton
    Jonathan Martin gets a new Michigan poll via the Detroit News: New poll numbers out from the Detroit News have the Michigan race between Obama and McCain very competitive with a chunk of voters still on the sidelines. Obama is up 43-41, but 12% of voters said they're undecided. My gut is that if undecideds are that high, John McCain is President.  Michigan is a lot of electoral votes and we saw throughout the primaries that Obama never really closed well. The undecideds always broke hard against him. Obviously, it is far too early to be making statements like this, ...
  • No major problems in Pa. suburbs amid high turnout

    11/02/2004 9:30:33 AM PST · by Cincinatus' Wife · 12 replies · 260+ views
    Philadelphia Inquirer ^ | November 2, 2004 | Troy Graham
    Voters in the Pennsylvania suburbs - like their counterparts across the state - were turning out in huge numbers this morning, sometimes catching election workers off-balance. "It's a madhouse," Republican Committeeman Elliott Kolodny barked into a cellphone at 7:15 a.m. He was trying to keep order at Mill Creek Elementary School, in Warrington, site of one of the state's biggest precincts. As the polls opened, 600 of the precincts' 5,000 voters were waiting in three lines that snaked down the main corridor of the school and out the front door. Similar scenes played out this morning across the four-county suburban...
  • If you haven't yet, it's time to come home..

    11/01/2004 6:10:08 PM PST · by sugarplumsweety · 10 replies · 147+ views
    November 1, 2004 | sugarplumsweetypie
    I never posted a thread before, and don't even know if I have done it correctly, but I wrote this awhile back and, to my surprise, it changed several hearts and minds and though I don't believe there could be many undecided repubs here, nevertheless it is the eve...thank you. This is serious. Democracy is given breath and vital signs through ideas, discourse, dreams, mostly freedom, mostly truth. The genius of the American people, their transitory eternal intuition, that proven echo – swirling yet the canyons and history of this earth age – is they will find their way, always...
  • Battle for the critical few -- With six days to go, the coveted 'persuadables' are still thinking.

    10/27/2004 2:30:20 AM PDT · by conservative in nyc · 3 replies · 221+ views
    Christian Science Monitor ^ | 10/27/04 | Linda Feldmann
    "Neither party has me." That assertion from Jay Beatty, a 30-something institutional-bonds salesman in St. Petersburg, Fla., sums up the view of a small but crucial slice of the electorate: the undecided. And it's not that Mr. Beatty hasn't thought about the election, now less than a week away. It's that he looks at President George Bush and Sen. John Kerry and sees a mix of good and not so good. On domestic policy, he's with Senator Kerry, but on international, he's with the president. Then there are personal qualities. "The debates pushed me one way; I think that Bush...
  • When ignoramuses vote

    10/16/2004 3:58:33 PM PDT · by wagglebee · 14 replies · 586+ views
    WorldNetDaily ^ | 10/16/04 | Kyle Williams
    This year more than any other election cycle, it seems as if there is a concerted effort to get the vote out, specifically the youth vote. These days, it's as if every organization is scrambling to put out some sort of public service announcement making sure every American votes. The most newsworthy and controversial has been, as commented on in previous columns, MTV's Choose or Lose effort and Rock the Vote. These organizations and people are utilizing their abilities to entertain the masses in hopes of bribing citizens to vote. Whether it's P Diddy on MTV or Bruce Springsteen touring...
  • Kerry Must Win the 'Persuadable' Vote

    09/29/2004 4:20:56 AM PDT · by Leroy S. Mort · 17 replies · 442+ views
    AP ^ | Sept 29, 2004
    WASHINGTON (AP) - If Democrat John Kerry has a chance of winning the White House, he must win over many in the small but central slice of the electorate known as ``persuadable'' voters who harbor serious doubts about his leadership abilities. They tend to like Kerry better on handling the economy and half say a fresh start would be worth the risk. But doubts about his leadership skills are mentioned early as an obstacle to those considering a switch to the Democratic nominee.An Associated Press poll of 1,329 persuadable voters highlighted the difficult task facing Kerry in the dwindling weeks...
  • Who are the undecideds in the 2004 vote? (good news about undecided's)

    08/29/2004 8:16:34 AM PDT · by bilhosty · 16 replies · 738+ views
    Knight Ridder ^ | aug 28,2004 | Steve Thomma
    I think this is good news for Bush on the undecided voters. Of course Knight Ridder trys to spin it the other way!
  • Vanity Post: Is it time to panic?

    08/18/2004 3:44:26 PM PDT · by RedStateWarrior · 147 replies · 3,172+ views
    I'm a hard numbers kind of guy. I follow the state polls every evening after I get home from work, and there's a disturbing trend developing right now: most projections give Kerry a pretty good position in the electoral college. ======================= Here are a few sites of electoral projections: http://www.electoral-vote.com http://www.dalythoughts.com/ecb.htm http://www.electionprojection.com/elections2004.html http://www.federalreview.com/ http://www.spacerad.com/electoral/ http://synapse.princeton.edu/~sam/pollcalc.html http://www.race2004.net/ ==================== There are a handful of states that I'm really concerned about. Bush should NOT be worrying about these states!!! Bush should be waltzing through these and focusing on Ohio and Florida! Nevada: Rasmussen's latest poll gives Bush a 1% lead. What's less-often reported...
  • Dean on the Comeback

    01/24/2004 8:39:44 AM PST · by Zechariah11 · 5 replies · 118+ views
    L.A. Daily News ^ | 1/24/04 | Ron Fournier
    A new look for Dean Some give him credit for speaking from heart By Ron Fourneir Associated Press LONDONDERRY, N.H. -- Larry O'Sullivan said Howard Dean "looked like a yahoo" bellowing in defeat from Iowa. Patricia Fields thinks he was "a bit wild." And Kim Lindley-Soucy said he was "overly excitable." So why did these New Hampshire Democrats stand shoulder-to-shoulder Friday to listen to the embattled presidential candidate's new stump speech? They were giving the former Vermont governor a second look. Dean's presidential aspirations, teetering on the edge of a political abyss, depend on voters such as Fields, Lindley-Soucy and...
  • Sen. Joe Lieberman Leads 2004 Presidential Pack by 13 Points [Al Sharpton Surges 7 pts.!]

    01/23/2003 7:46:31 AM PST · by ewing · 59 replies · 337+ views
    ABC News.com ^ | January 23, 2003 | Dalia Sussman
    Sen. Joseph Lieberman of Connecticut continues to lead in support for the 2004 Democratic Presdiential nomination, gaining six points since July to inch numerically ahead of 'undecided' as new ABC News poll has found.Sen. Lieberman, known by his Vice Presdiential run in the year 2000, has 27 percent support among Democrats and Independents who lean toward the Democratic Party.A full twenty four percent have no preference, signifying how wide open the race remains. Fourteen percent support Former House Minority Leader Richard Gephardt11 percent support North Carolina Senator John Edwards10 percent support Senator John Kerry of Massachusetts. New York based Civil...