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NJ: Obama 54, McCain 38 (R2K-10/26-28)

Topics: PHome

Bergen Record / Research 2000
10/26-28/08; 600 LV, 4%
Mode: Live Telephone Interviews

New Jersey
Obama 54, McCain 38
Sen: Lautenberg (D-i) 56, Zimmer (R) 39

 

Comments
Viperlord:

No dip Sherlock.

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Trosen:

I swear there was a troll here a few days ago saying NJ would flip for McCain... Come out come out wherever you are.. So we can point and laugh.

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DTM:

This is indirect confirmation that Obama is likely doing well in eastern PA even outside Philly.

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Incumbent:

Nothing to see here. Everyone move along...

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bclintonk:

What do you mean, "nothing to see here"? It's all part of McCain's spectacular crash-and-burn. Can't help but stop and gape a while.

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mj1:

As a New Jerseyan who lives across the border from south PA, I'd have to say that though that part of the state may or may not be going for Obama, it has nothing to do with NJ. That is because there is a different demographic who live in that part of the state. For the most part we are all upper-middle class folks in the 100-200k income range. The folks across the border in PA are a few rungs down the economic food chain. I can see them being Hillary supporters, but what is having an effect here is that Obama's ground game is blanketing this part of PA. I have volunteered and gone over there myself. It is making a huge difference.

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