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Trump sees best .. and worst numbers in new poll

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A recently released poll shows Jeb Bush continuing to lose momentum while Walker and Trump continue to rise. A Quinnipiac University poll released yesterday shows that Donald Trump leads the GOP pack with 20% of Republican voters while Scott Walker takes the second spot with 13% and Jeb Bush slumps to third with just 10% of respondents favoring the former ...

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Trump’s rise continues at a cost to many GOP candidates

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Trumps poll numbers have ceased to amaze his supporters and dumbfound those that would prefer he go away. Donald Trump didn’t just see a bump in the polls after his announcement. The Donald’s rise to the top of the GOP candidate poll numbers has been meteoric and has come at the cost to many favorites in the nomination race. Analyzing Real ...

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Reasons and numbers

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When compared to 2008, Barack Obama’s early vote advantage has dropped by 22 points.  That is according to Gallup, one of if not the most respected American poll. In this year’s early voting Mitt Romney leads Obama by seven points, 52-45 percent.  Four years ago, Obama led John McCain among early voters by fifteen-points, 55-40 percent. The latest National Public ...

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Romney Gains, Obama Faithful Throw Fits

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The Battleground Poll, a bipartisan poll taken last week, in addition to showing that Mitt Romney has a 52 percent to 45 percent advantage among middle class voters, is projecting Romney will defeat Barack Obama by a 52 percent to 47 percent margin. Pollster Ed Goeas said that while a strong voter turnout effort might help Obama close the gap ...

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Obama Will Lose Because Americans Are Racist

At least that’s what the Obama campaign folks will undoubtedly cry when all is said and done. Now, it’s true the British already think we’ve become more prejudiced during this administration, but perhaps we can choose to take that with a grain of salt, given that the Brits are arguably left of Obama himself. But, back to our shores. You ...

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Gallup poll shows most polls weighted incorrectly

Gallup released a poll indicating the make-up of the American electorate for the 2012 election today. If the survey results are accurate, almost every poll conducted so far of likely voters has been weighted wrong and the outcome of the election could be much different that pollsters are reporting. The survey shows that while in 2008 voters were 54% Democratic ...

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Romney Surges

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With less than two weeks to go before Election Day, Mitt Romney has eliminated the 16 point advantage Barack Obama once enjoyed among women.  Last month, women preferred Obama over Romney 56% to 40% on the economy. Now, the difference is 49% for Romney and 45% for Obama.  Where understanding people’s problems is concerned, Obama’s lead among women has shrunk ...

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CAIR Says Muslims Voting for Obama

As if you didn’t need another excuse to not vote for Barack Obama, here comes a wonderful one. According to the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR), 68% of Muslims polled will vote for Obama. There are 25% still undecided, but it’s doubtful that particular group will end up swaying toward Romney. Of course, this should come as no surprise to ...

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Polls turn on Obama, Mitt-mentum continues

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Mid-day on Monday, two polls were released that show Obama continuing to lose ground in his bid stay in the White House. Gallup released its results for the daily Presidential Tracking poll. Among likely voters, Romney now holds a 6 point advantage over the incumbent 51% to 45%. Also released today was Rasmussen Reports likely voter poll for Iowa showing ...

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Ohio Poll Shows Poor Economy and Lack of Full Time Jobs Devastate Young Adults

Only 33 percent of Ohio’s 18-29 year olds say elected leaders represent their interests and fully 81 percent intend to vote in the 2012 presidential election Washington, DC – (9/24/12) – Generation Opportunity, the largest non-profit, non-partisan organization in the United States engaging and mobilizing young Americans (Millennials ages 18-29 years old) on the important economic issues facing the nation, ...

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What Matters to Voters in the Primaries? [Poll]

The media and campaigns have been telling us that a host of different things do and do not matter as we select our candidates for president. Jobs and economy, health care, the wars in the middle-east, federal spending, etc. CDN is asking YOU, what issues/aspects of a candidate matter most as you select who you want for the Republican nominee ...

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America largely unimpressed with the 'Occupy' crowd

A poll run on January 3rd and 4th sought to understand just how America feels about the Occupy parks, streets, tents and jails movement – 24% of them haven’t really been paying much attention to the youthful anarchist/socialist/anti-corporation/anti-bank/pro… well, not really sure what they are for. 24% of responding Americans said that they have pay no attention or very little ...

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