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DE: Obama 56, McCain 41 (Rasmussen-10/10)

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Rasmussen Reports
10/10/08; 500 LV, 4.5%
Mode: IVR

Delaware
Obama 56, McCain 41
Gov: Markell (D) 62, Lee (R) 34

 

Comments
pbcrunch:

Wow, good thing Ras spent the money on this one; i was on pins and needles...

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Viperlord:

Captain Obvious to the rescue!

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wakeup:

Joe Biden delivers Delaware!!!

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Trosen:

Whew.. was a little worried after Obama threw Biden and Delaware under the bus during the last debate.. (Was I the only one who noticed that?)

Boy that Joe Lieberman.. really helping make the Northeast competitive for McCain.

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Chris1966:

It's the economy, and today before the debate the Dow Jones will remind the American people of that.

Although a lot can happen in two weeks.

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KipTin:

Yes, I noticed Obama dissing Delaware in the debate while trying to explain why McCain's plan to buy health insurance across state borders was bad idea. That was a major gaffe that the MSM somehow missed or ignored.

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Interestingly, in Delaware according to Rasmussen McCain leads among white voters in Delaware 51% to 45%. It is the non-white voters that are giving Obama-Biden the lead.

The candidates are tied among men at 49% each, while Obama leads among women 62% to 34%.

http://www.rasmussenreports.com/public_content/politics/election_20082/2008_presidential_election/delaware/election_2008_delaware_presidential_election

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According to U.S. Census Quick Facts for Delaware: Black persons 20.9%

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