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OK: McCain 66, Obama 29 (TVPOLL-10/4-5)

Topics: PHome

TVPoll.com
10/10-12/08; 813 LV, 3.4%
Mode: IVR

Oklahoma
McCain 63, Obama 32
(10/4-5: McCain 66, Obama 29)

Sen: Inhofe (R-i) 53, Rice (D) 40, Wallace (I) 2
(10/4-5: Inhofe 53, Rice 40, Wallace 2)

 

Comments
miatch:

What is the matter with Oklahoma?

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Ryan in MO:

how do these polls keep getting posted as legitimate polls?

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Ryan in MO:

seriously, OK is a red state, but these BS polls are making it the reddest state. If you're gonna post an OK poll, at least get something that is at least slightly relevant.

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TVegas:

Ha, ha. Obama has moved up 3 points in Oklahoma! I was born and raised in Oklahoma. Thank God I moved to CA and now live in Las Vegas where we are turning Nevada blue! Okies are very conservative and brain-washed into thinking (at least on a national level) that democrats will take their guns away. They do have a democrat governor, but he's a very conservative democrat.... Oklahoma and Utah will probably have the biggest margin for McCain.

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muckinello:

This is actually good news! I like it when McCain gets big leeds in states like OK or TX (red states anyway). That means that with Obama +7 on National basis he will *SWEEP* all battleground states. That means VA, OH, FL, CO, NV and possibly also NC and MO!!!!

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pixpixpix:

I don't understand the headline. It is last week's results.

the poll pdf says 62 to 32 for Oct 13.

Obama has gained 3%, McCain lost 3% in the past week.

Not that it will affect the outcome.

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MileHigh:

It looks like McCain is well on his way now! This momentum will only build in states like UT!

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political_junki:

Does anybody know where does Zogby publish its daily tracking of battle ground states?

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burrito:

FL dark blue in Pollster? WOW!!!

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John:

Not that it would makes much of a difference, but this poll (apparently weighted by age) has 38% of the voters over 65 and less than 17.5% under 45. I would love to know the pollster's reasoning for that decision.

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common sense:

political junki - are you any relation to WFB?
If so - please confirm.

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bmrKY:

Well, at least there's one poll that boom (aka wake me up before you go-go) and KipTin can celebrate today other than the bat**** crazy Zogby poll!

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DaveAustralia:

the 18-34 age group only represented 6.3% of those polled! OK might be an elderly state but surely 93+% of the population isnt in the 34+ category...

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falcon79:

oklahoma.
the promised land, right boomshack?
hehehe

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joydivision8:

A friend of my family is a psychic and I have never known her to be wrong about anything. She told me that she is certain that John McCain will win the election. I trust her more than the polls, but we'll see...

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Mike In Maryland:

According to the Census Quick stats:
Persons 65 years old and over, percent, 2006 is 13.2%

That means those over 65, if the cross-tabs have voting patterns correct, would be voting almost 3 times their population %. In most states, the 65+ age group 'over-votes' by 25-35%, not almost 300%.

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boomshak:

NEW POLL!

100% of men like sex.

File it under OBVIOUS (along with this poll).

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Save US:

Rednecks...

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mac7396:

Yeah! Oklahoma! Good job Team McCain. Let's ride this momentum to also winning Arizona and Utah.

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JacquesTalk:

What do Oklahoma and Fox news have in common?
They both attract the type of folks that need to buy a vowel.

l need to go now and learn everything Sara Palin knows about foreign affairs. Ill be back in 15 seconds.

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