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U.S. Presidential Election Exit Polls (2008)

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  • Obama personally joins Massachusetts quake relief

     
    Democrat president will there campaign Sunday for embattled U.S. Senate candidate Martha Coakley against her surging Republican opponent Scott Brown....
  • Will Massachusetts be Obama's third-time charm or third strike?

     
    Democrat flies to the rescue (?) of Martha Coakley's Senate campaign against a surging Republican Scott Brown. Text....
  • Democratic legislator slams Obama for failure to deliver on immigration reform, warns of Latino backlash at the polls

     
    Many Latinos are furious at President Obama for failing to deliver on promises to push immigration reform legislation and may stay away from the polls during this year's midterm elections if they don't see concrete progress, including legalization of...
  • Conservatives projected to win British election, but governing may elude; Brown's Labor Party lags

     
    Editor's Note: Because of the broad global interest in Thursday's British parliamentary elections The Ticket asked our colleague Craig Howie to wrap up the results for our politics readers around the world. Here it is: In Britain, they like nothing......
  • Can U.S. Senate candidate Marco Rubio attract Hispanic voters?

     
    By CHRISTINE ARMARIO Associated Press Writer MIAMI (AP) — At a boutique hotel in Miami's upscale Coral Gables neighborhood, members of a Republican women's group smile and gush as Senate candidate Marco Rubio enters the room. A Spanish-language televis....
  • The kids think Obama is all right

     
    By William E. Gibson, Washington Bureau WASHINGTON — Most young adults in Florida still think highly of President Barack Obama, and a plurality want Democrats to retain control of Congress, according to a bipartisan Rock the Vote poll released on...
  • The only polls that count: Election Day's

     
    As a sportswriter, I would sometimes craft a story lead when a team had a big halftime lead, but I???d never send it until the final buzzer sounded. And I???d never write a playoff preview story until a team had......
  • Who Won Last Night's TV Coverage?

     
    Well, I have a million impressions from last night's coverage, and I guess I'll burden you with only couple thousand. Let's play the "who won" game. "Who won:" Not numbers, but the smartest coverage, or the coverage that seemed......
  • Exit polls: How he won Ohio

     
    We just checked the full Ohio exit polls: Obama won men and women, won all age groups except the oldest. He virtually split both white men (46-52) and white women (48-51) in a state that was the home of Joe......
  • Exit polls: One strange result

     
    Here's a very curious result from the national exit polls, which are here: Among whites with no college, Obama lost 40-58. But among whites making under $50,000, he only lost by 4, 47-51. It's puzzling why the numbers come out......
  • MSNBC: Declares Pennsylvania for Obama

     
    The first big call of the night -- NBC calls Pa. for Obama. That state and its 21 EVs is pivotal to McCain's strategy. CNN hasn't made that call yet. Nor CBS. NBC is solely making its call on the......