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POLL: PPP North Carolina Dems


Public Policy Polling (D)

North Carolina 4/12 through 4/13, release, results:
Obama 57%, Clinton 32%
Governor: Perdue 45%, Moore 36%, Nielsen 4%

 

Comments
J_from_Germany:

Maybe this should be mentioned: "In the survey, Obama edges McCain 47%-44% among registered voters. Clinton beats McCain 50%-44%."
BTW: Your website is one of the greatest! Keep up the good work.

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airhawk86:

The fact that both Obama and Clinton beat McCain in NC leads me to believe this poll might not be all that accurate.

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Mark Blumenthal:

@Airhawk:

Obama and Clinton don't beat McCain in this poll. J_from_Germany meant to post that comment about the new USAToday/Gallup poll. He accidentally posted the comment here.

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kingsbridge77:

PPP=Poor Pathetic Pollster.

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Rasmus:

"PPP=Poor Pathetic Pollster."

Wow, stop that, you are 10x more pathetic than PPP will ever be.
Prove that with numbers- PPP is a good pollster. Not the best, but pretty solid.
They predicted a 20-point margin for Obama in SC (OK, it was still 7 points higher, but they were a lot closer than any other pollster was), a 14-point margin for Clinton in NY (it was 17 points, actually)- a six-point-Clinton win in TX and a nine-percent-margin for her in OH.

For WI, they predicted a 13% margin pro-Obama (that increased to 17 in the election).


They had also two contests wrong- GA, they predicted a 16-point margin for Obama there and underestimated the AA-american vote and TN, were they predicted a 22-point margin for Clinton (to 13, in the real election).
But it seems they leraned from it- and their last predictions were pretty good.

"PPP=Poor Pathetic Pollster."
Wrong.

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