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LynneSin Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Thu Oct-16-03 08:19 PM
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3. PA doesn't really matter much in the primaries
It's so late in the game that usually the nominee is pretty much decided by the time Pennsylvanians go to the polls.
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  -New Quinnipiac Poll: Kerry and Clark Leading in PA Among Democrats DoveTurnedHawk  Oct-16-03 08:13 PM   #0 
  - Here's the base report  goobergunch   Oct-16-03 08:16 PM   #1 
  - Thanks!  DoveTurnedHawk   Oct-16-03 08:18 PM   #2 
  - PA doesn't really matter much in the primaries  LynneSin   Oct-16-03 08:19 PM   #3 
  - True, But  DoveTurnedHawk   Oct-16-03 08:20 PM   #4 
  - Perhaps, but about 35 states have primaries before PA  JaneQPublic   Oct-16-03 08:39 PM   #13 
     - I Could Actually Envision Clark and Dean Battling It Out to the End (eom)  DoveTurnedHawk   Oct-16-03 08:41 PM   #15 
        - It could happen.  JaneQPublic   Oct-16-03 08:56 PM   #31 
        - I Totally Agree  DoveTurnedHawk   Oct-16-03 09:00 PM   #36 
           - I also concur.  goobergunch   Oct-16-03 09:02 PM   #38 
           - Bush Sr. and Reagan attacked each other in '80  elperromagico   Oct-16-03 10:04 PM   #47 
        - That's the way I see it  TSIAS   Oct-16-03 09:03 PM   #40 
  - PA matters in the general election. And at 5% it doesn't  Kahuna   Oct-16-03 08:53 PM   #28 
     - And at 17%, it doesn't look like Clark is doing much better  goobergunch   Oct-16-03 08:55 PM   #30 
        - 17% is a helluva lot better and more credible than 5%.  Kahuna   Oct-16-03 08:56 PM   #32 
  - These university loves Santorum a whole lot.  madfloridian   Oct-16-03 08:28 PM   #5 
  - Question for Deaniacs. What blue state is Dean leading..  Kahuna   Oct-16-03 08:31 PM   #6 
  - Iowa (n/t)  goobergunch   Oct-16-03 08:35 PM   #9 
  - One? You think that's good? Actually, I saw a poll this week..  Kahuna   Oct-16-03 08:37 PM   #10 
     - As a Michigander I can say with some confidence that Dean  MrsGrumpy   Oct-16-03 08:41 PM   #17 
        - There are a lot of black voters in Michigan, right?  Kahuna   Oct-16-03 08:46 PM   #21 
           - Nope, not this one...There are black people at our Meetups.  MrsGrumpy   Oct-16-03 10:52 PM   #49 
  - California (n/t)  TSIAS   Oct-16-03 08:37 PM   #11 
     - Sorry Bro. Clark leads CA.  Kahuna   Oct-16-03 08:38 PM   #12 
        - I know Clark's taken over the lead there  TSIAS   Oct-16-03 08:39 PM   #14 
           - And it's well within the margin of error  goobergunch   Oct-16-03 08:42 PM   #18 
           - Well. In the CA poll, Clark leads bush and keeps him under..  Kahuna   Oct-16-03 08:44 PM   #19 
  - PA will be extremely important in the General  RandomUser   Oct-16-03 08:32 PM   #7 
  - Yep! See my question above. The Deaniacs assume..  Kahuna   Oct-16-03 08:34 PM   #8 
     - Those are in primary polls, not general election polls (n/t)  goobergunch   Oct-16-03 08:41 PM   #16 
     - I'll break it down further for you. Once again...  Kahuna   Oct-16-03 08:45 PM   #20 
        - He got 5% in the PRIMARY  goobergunch   Oct-16-03 08:47 PM   #22 
           - As you know from 2000, the general election is won on..  Kahuna   Oct-16-03 08:49 PM   #23 
              - WTF are you talking about?  goobergunch   Oct-16-03 08:53 PM   #26 
                 - Deleted message  Name removed   Oct-16-03 08:54 PM   #29 
                    - So I guess you're saying that the general election will be:  goobergunch   Oct-16-03 08:59 PM   #34 
     - Can we please quit using the term "Deaniac"? It's insulting. n/t  Padraig18   Oct-16-03 08:50 PM   #24 
        - Really?  Kahuna   Oct-16-03 08:51 PM   #25 
           - Really. (n/t)  goobergunch   Oct-16-03 08:53 PM   #27 
           - Really. n/t  Padraig18   Oct-16-03 09:03 PM   #39 
  - Also from the poll: Matchups between * and Democratic candidates  goobergunch   Oct-16-03 08:57 PM   #33 
  - And who is dead last again? Yours truly.  Kahuna   Oct-16-03 09:00 PM   #35 
  - Most of the "Matchup vs. Bush" Polls I've Seen  DoveTurnedHawk   Oct-16-03 09:10 PM   #41 
     - Clark is probably a bit more electable than Dean  goobergunch   Oct-16-03 09:15 PM   #42 
     - Personal nationalism.  BillyBunter   Oct-16-03 09:50 PM   #46 
  - When voters start to "wake up and pay attention" is when Clark drops  stickdog   Oct-16-03 09:01 PM   #37 
  - zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz  Kahuna   Oct-16-03 09:16 PM   #43 
  - BUT - how would a Dean/Clark or Clark/Dean do next November?  nu_duer   Oct-16-03 09:22 PM   #44 
  - Cute poll...Only 393 Democrats interviewed  farmbo   Oct-16-03 09:49 PM   #45 
  - Actually, That's Incorrect  DoveTurnedHawk   Oct-16-03 10:20 PM   #48 
  - Good for Kerry-Clark-Lieberman  CMT   Oct-16-03 10:59 PM   #50 
 

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