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POLL: Rasmussen Wisconsin (5/5)


Rasmussen Reports

Wisconsin
McCain 47, Obama 43... McCain 47, Clinton 43

 

Comments
Shadar:

Wisconsin is definitely in play in Nov. It would be handy to track the number of "in play", "longshot", "hotly contested", "strong for obama", "strong for mccain" states on a weekly basis moving forward. Averaging all recently polling for that state. This would let us see trend lines of which candidate is gaining momentum or losing it. Even more interesting would be to see the electoral votes of each of those categories tracked weekly. Could break it down a bit more into weak obama, mild obala, strong obama, tie, weak mccain, mild mccain, strong mccain.

I think a lot of peopel would be surprised in how well Obama matches up when compared this way. Especially considering Obama is not yet the nominee and mccain is.

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goawaybillary:

Dear Senator Clinton,

New Math. Old Math. I don't think you you should drop out of the race. Here's some ideas.... You can filibuster the vote at the convention. You can cut off the electricity to the convention hall. You can fake a heart attack. You can take Chairwoman Pelosi hostage. You can take Sen. Obama hostage. You can go to court to enjoin the convention and have the primaries declared unconstitutional. You can continue to throw the kitchen sink and scorch the earth. You can cry. You can throw tantrums. You can tell more lies. You can crown yourself with the crown of Charlemagne, turn this democratic party upside down and inside out until you get your way...

Blow through your husband's funds and every other naive supporter's funds on this planet. God knows, this money is meant for you. To hell with the unfortunate New York souls that could desperately use financial support.

Corporate raider, Gordon Gekko said it simply in the movie Wall Street - "Greed is Good". Follow his playbook and continue to put your scruples, morals, values and ethics aside to win anyway you can.

You go get'em Tiger!

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goawaybillary:

Hillary versus Barack in the NBA finals.

Half-time: Hillary has been whistled for 5 fouls. Her supporters flood the NBA website: "Basketball is an American game, we can't have the same rules as foreigners, 10 fouls should be allowed before fouling out".

Second-half: The NBA doesn't change the rule but let's Stephanapoulis be the referee, so there are no more fouls on Hillary.

1 minute left in the game, Barack leading 100-82. Hillary: "I scored 10 straight baskets in warm-up. They should also count." Ref: "Barack wasn't guarding you when you made those baskets". Hillary: "He was on the floor, it is not my fault if he made a political decision to not guard me".

Commissioner: "Look basketball has rules and you have to play by them". Hillary: "Barack is winning under these rules but I am obviously the better player, so the rules must go".

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kingsbridge77:

This poll is bad news for Obama, the futured Dem. nominee. He's not winning a state where even Kerry beat Bush. Obama needs to turn blue states and swing states red in order to win; it doesn't look like his prospects are good at all.

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goawaybillary:

You are a troll, kingbridge. please stop posting irrelevant trash here. thanks.

btw, wisconsin is going blue. look at the primary polls and what actually happened. they underestimated obama's support by what, 10 points? yeah, that's what I thought. unh-huh, okay, that's right, shut up.


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kingsbridge77:

what do the primaries have to do with General Elections? What a kook this "goawaybillary" is.
By that logic, Obama will lose New Hampshire, since polls overestimated his numbers here.

The bottom line is that PRESIDENTIAL elections are much easier to predict than primaries, historically, and Rasmussen is particularly great at accurately predicting state presidential outcomes. Don't be mad because the Messiah looks vulnerable.

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goawaybillary:

Oh, okay kingnut, you mean like the polls showing Kerry ahead of bush in 2004? those polls??

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