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 on: Today at 03:20:36 pm 
Started by Registrar General 1184AZ - Last post by Horsemask
Unfortunate but not completely unexpected

 on: Today at 03:19:50 pm 
Started by Lyin' Steve - Last post by Horsemask
I was so hoping this was a rick roll.

Thought that as well

 on: Today at 03:19:49 pm 
Started by TN volunteer - Last post by #TheShadowyAbyss
Yeah.... Only way Clinton would be that far ahead here is if she is winning greater than a Reagan-esque landslide....

 on: Today at 03:18:48 pm 
Started by Vega - Last post by Famous Mortimer
Let's dispel once and for all with this fiction that Jon Huntsman is a good politician.

 on: Today at 03:18:42 pm 
Started by Thomas from NJ - Last post by jaichind
I most likely do not know what I am talking about.  But based on the turnout patterns I feel the exit poll most likely overestimates Podemos and underestimates PP and PSOE.    I guess we will see.

I now accept my accolades (this is an old forum joke stemming from the 2004 US elections.)

 on: Today at 03:17:03 pm 
Started by President Griffin - Last post by Skill and Chance
Nate Cohn's Exit Polls 2012-

Mississippi Whites by age:

18-29: 38% voted, 16% Dem
30-44: 53% voted, 13% Dem
45-65: 63% voted, 12% Dem
65+: 69% voted, 12% Dem

In all: 57% voted, 13% Dem

Alabama Whites by age:

18-29: 38% voted, 20% Dem
30-44: 53% voted, 16% Dem
45-64: 63% voted, 16% Dem
65+: 67% voted, 16% Dem

In all: 57% voted, 16% Dem

Georgia Whites by Age:

18-29: 37% voted, 23% Dem
30-44: 53% voted, 20% Dem
45-64: 64% voted, 19% Dem
65+: 67% voted, 19% Dem

In all: 57% voted, 20% Dem

Hmmm... this makes Mississippi look like the most promising of the 3 barring an explosion of minority turnout in Georgia, no?

 on: Today at 03:14:23 pm 
Started by TN volunteer - Last post by Gass3268
Good News!

 on: Today at 03:14:05 pm 
Started by Thomas from NJ - Last post by Velasco
Podemos second in command ¤˝igo Errejˇn admitted that the results are bad for UP.

Starting to look like when all the dust settles the result will be almost identical to last winter except that PP gained 10 or so seats from Cs...Spain remains ungovernable

I am not sure I agree.  PP's gains in terms of vote count and seats gives it more political chips to go for a PP government with support from C and PSOE from the outside.  Question now is is that with or without Rajoy who can legitimately claim that he can and should continue.

The pressure to reach a "stable" agreement will be stronger. The bad thing is that results vindicate Rajoy and likely he will persist on his idea of a Grand Coalition led by himself. 

 on: Today at 03:13:55 pm 
Started by RogueBeaver - Last post by Gass3268
It'll almost certainly be more lopsided than that. AR is less likely to go Democratic than AL.

Get real, Hilldog won't win any state of the deep south. Florida is the only southern state in play.

Let me introduce you to Georgia, North Carolina, and especially Virginia.

 on: Today at 03:13:35 pm 
Started by Thomas from NJ - Last post by jaichind
Podemos falling apart in Madrid.  They are down 3.5% from 2015 and getting worse as more votes comes in.  C is down around 2% since 2015.   PSOE and to some extend PP are the gainers.

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