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NH: Obama 51, McCain 44 (R2K-10/28-30)

Topics: PHome

Concord Monitor / Research 2000
10/28-30/08; 600 LV, 4%
Mode: Live Telephone Interviews

New Hampshire
Obama 51, McCain 44
Sen: Shaheen (D) 52, Sununu (R-i) 42, Blevens (L) 2
Gov: Lynch (D-i) 64, Kenney (R) 32, Newell (L) 2

 

Comments
hirshnoc:

As the evil spider says..... "Gooooood.....gooooooood....."

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tar_heel:

sounds like the newspapers really wants M to win

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hou04:

Early voting update for GEORGIA:

Total votes 1,737,139 (that is 53%of all votes cast in 2004)

African-Americans still holding at 35% of votes cast

GEORGIA turning BLUE?!
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Early voting update for NORTH CAROLINA

2,078,050 total voted (that is 58.5% of all votes cast in 2004)

African-Americans holding 26.6% of votes cast(well above projected 19-20%)

NORTH CAROLINA turning BLUE?!

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jeepdad:

Interesting factoid:

In the month of October, there have been 42 national polls listed on RCP including the most recent set of tracking polls. Obama's average lead for the month? 7.4 points.

Since clinching the nomination in June, Obama has maintained an average lead of about 4 points over McCain in more than 140 separate polls. This includes the two weeks in September when McCain supposedly had momentum.

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jamesia:

Wow, those early voting numbers are insane! Election day is going to be a mess.

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hirshnoc:

Dude where'd you get that info for Ga? I live in GA. Lines are AROUND THE BLOCK, IN THE COLD....

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dominoid:

"Dude where'd you get that info for Ga? I live in GA. Lines are AROUND THE BLOCK, IN THE COLD...."

The Site for Early Voting Stats!

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hirshnoc:

'dominoid' - thank you!

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mrut:

This election has convinced me of the necessity of early voting everywhere. It's crazy that we risk election-changing failures by lumping voting all on one day. GA, NC, and NV show that it can be done. I am very interested in how FL voters feel about early voting. There should be a big push for it, no matter who wins on 4 November.


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MancJon:

@hou04:

I'm really excited about Georgia. I have a good feeling about it. I think we may well see it go blue. BUT, even if it doesn't, Obama's campaign has left the Dem ground teams in much better condition across the country.

Everyone get out and vote!

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