Tag Archive 'New Jersey'

Oct 19 2016

Recent Election Polls Show POTUS Tied Up

Update_2: OK,  here is the updated data and computations adding in two additional general election polls: Across all 7 polls HRC averaging 43.0% Trump averaging 40.3% Difference 2.7% That is clearly a tie race, and I did not remove the Bloomberg outlier.  If I do then we get HRC averaging 42.3% Trump averaging 40.7% Difference […]

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Nov 03 2009

Today’s Elections

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Democrats better take notice in Virginia today. The purple state that has been trending democrat for years, some could say leading the defection of the GOP that took hold in 2006 and 2008, which went for Barack Obama in 2008 53-47%, is going to send a message today. The state is going to elect a […]

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Oct 07 2009

Corzine Toast, McDonnell Riding High

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It looks like there will be a GOP sweep of this fall’s governor races. In New Jersey, Governor Corzine is still polling pathetically low, and while the margin is tight the fact is Corzine’s average number is 40.6% – which for an incumbent means defeat. I think the nation is not sanguine about going back […]

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Sep 16 2008

More Terrible Poll News For Obama

A new Quinnipiac Poll out today for NJ has some shocking numbers for team Obama. The bottom line is bad enough. McCain-Palin have cut the previous 10 point lead in this deep blue state down to 3% (right at the MoE, making this a statistical tie). But there is even more bad news in this […]

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