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U.S. Presidential Election Exit Polls (2008)

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  • Browsing notes

     
    The exit polls found that fewer than 60 percent of Tuesday’s Republican primary voters said they were satisfied with their presidential field; after watching months of campaigning, nearly 40 percent still said they would like someone else to run...
  • The Rhubarb Patch: Romney? Meh

     
    Bruno Behrend Today, attorney Bruno Behrend, a policy director for Heartland Institute, a Chicago-based free-market think tank, joins me for another in my series of dialogue about the presidential race. To Bruno, from Eric I've never found myself...
  • What the primary race has done to Mitt Romney's favorability ratings

     
    Source: Pollster via Huffington Post Set the Wayback Machine for March, 2008. Gallup.com: John McCain's 67% favorable rating is the highest of any of the three major candidates running for president, and ties for his highest in Gallup polling history........
  • Nostalgic look at 1992 to cheer Republicans

     
    Updated and expanded In March 1992, George H.W. Bush was leading Clinton in head to head polls as Obama now leads Romney. The problem with finding too much hope in such a number is that GHWB's overall approval number was......
  • GOP race: It’s over

     
    Sure, he had to outspend his opponents 29-1 on TV ads to do it, but Mitt Romney's comfortable victory Tuesday in Illinois puts an end to any realistic hope of his current rivals from stopping his march to the nomination. Exit polls showed Romney won among...
  • Absentee ballots considered for Israelis living abroad

     
    Voting in Israel is made super-easy. Citizens do not need to register as voters or do any other paperwork. All that's required is that you be at least 18. And be in the country, too....
  • Initial exit polls in Greece show a dead heat

     
    The first exit polls in Greece's election show a dead heat between the conservative New Democracy party and the far-left group Syriza. The election could determine Greece's fate in the Eurozone....
  • In Libya vote, coalition party headed by former transition chief claims lead

     
    A political coalition led by the former National Transitional Council’s de facto prime minister has claimed an early lead in Libya’s national election to replace the government of fallen longtime dictator Moammar Kadafi....
  • They're Republican red, and true blue to Obama

    They're Republican red, and true blue to Obama
    Chatter bounces off the bare walls and checkered linoleum floor as Josh Pedaline and other Barack Obama supporters burn through their call sheets. A map of Delaware County splays across a tabletop. Another table is laden with cookies, pretzels and...
  • Super Tuesday looks close for Democrats

    Barack Obama gained a burst of momentum from his landslide victory in the South Carolina primary on Saturday and an expected endorsement today from Democratic Sen. Edward M. Kennedy. But now, the Illinois senator faces a monumental contest that does not...
  • Florida becomes showdown state for GOP

    John McCain's victory in South Carolina puts the Arizona senator in a strong position to win the Republican presidential nomination -- but only if he can follow up with another win in Florida nine days from now. "This is a huge win for McCain," said...