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POLL: PPP (D) Texas


Public Policy Polling (D)

Texas
Obama 48, Clinton 48... Huckabee 36, McCain 52, Paul 9

 

Comments

It will be interesting to see which direction this polling will head this week. No matter what anyone says about the quality of the polls, or the individual results, there has been a clear trend and pattern in a single direction in all polls.

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Michael X:

The black margin of 73-27 is on the low side; I'd expect 80-85% for Obama in the end. 68-27 for the Hispanics might be a little high for Clinton, but possible; I certainly see her getting at least 60% there. The 22% AA and 29% Hispanic breakdown mirror what SurveyUSA had.

The 18-29 demo only accounted for 12% of the sample; I think that's too low. The number has been consistently around 18%. So overall, I give Obama an advantage.

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Bob Evans (the real one):

The Billary supporters must be crying in PMS induced rage over those poll numbers. Billary loses the firewall. Legacy ruined.

Worst. Candidate. Ever.

GOBAMA!!

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s.b.:

Ok what's interesting about this poll is that Clinto leads by 13% among those 18-29. Very interesting, that's way outside the margin of error.

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Another Mike:

Bob,

You do not do Obama supporters or the candidate any favors by posts like yours. Let's try to keep this site about the polls.

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Bob Evans:

Awwww, are you going to cry like Billary Mikey? LOL! Try not to cry too much or it could ruin your makeup toots. Billary showed us the horror of that. Ask for your money back now while they haven't sent it to Marc Rich.

GOBAMA!!!!!!

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