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« Reply #50 on: July 09, 2012, 03:15:33 pm »
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« Reply #51 on: July 13, 2012, 05:23:30 pm »
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George W Bush Approval

Approve 27%

Disapprove 69%

September 26th Polls

NBC
Clinton/Bayh 50%
Mccain/Palin 44%

Fox

Clinton/Bayh 49%
Mccain/Palin 45%

CNN

Clinton/Bayh 51%
Mccain/Palin 45%

Election Map



Clinton/Bayh 304 EV
Mccain/Palin 180 EV


Colorado
Clinton 50% +2%
Mccain 46% -2%

Kentucky
Mccain 53% +/-0%
Clinton 44% +1%

Tennessee
Mccain 51% -4%
Clinton 43% +2%

Indiana
Clinton 49% +3%
Mccain 47% -1%

Louisiana
Mccain 50% -1%
Clinton 43% +4%

Virginia
Mccain 49% -2%
Clinton 46% +2%

North Carolina
Mccain 49% -2%
Clinton 45% +1%

Minnesota
Clinton 53% +5%
Mccain 42% -4%

Arkansas
Clinton 49% +2%
Mccain 45% -2%

West Virginia
Clinton 49% +1%
Mccain 48% +/-0%
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« Reply #52 on: July 16, 2012, 11:25:13 pm »
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First presidential debate (University of Mississippi)



Analysis: Clinton seemed more comfortable on this topic than McCain, and it showed. Polling shows that voters have more confidence in Clinton than McCain when it comes to the economy. McCain, though, warmed up as the discussion turned to his turf: foreign policy. When it comes to terrorism and Iraq, voters prefer McCain over Clinton. Clinton sought to tie McCain to the Bush administration. CNN polling reported Clinton won the debate overall by a margin of 54-35.

NBC
Clinton/Bayh 51%
Mccain/Palin 44%

Fox

Clinton/Bayh 48%
Mccain/Palin 46%

CNN

Clinton/Bayh 50%
Mccain/Palin 46%

Election Map



Clinton/Bayh 305 EV
Mccain/Palin 167 EV


Colorado
Clinton 49% -1%
Mccain 46% +/-0%

Kentucky
Mccain 52% -1%
Clinton 42% -2%

Tennessee
Mccain 51% +/-0%
Clinton 44% +1%

Indiana
Clinton 48% -1%
Mccain 47% +/-0%

Louisiana
Mccain 50% +/-0%
Clinton 44% +1%

Virginia
Mccain 48% -1%
Clinton 47% +1%

North Carolina
Mccain 49% +/-0%
Clinton 46% +1%

Minnesota
Clinton 54% +1%
Mccain 41% -1%

Arkansas
Clinton 49% +/-0%
Mccain 47% +2%

West Virginia
Clinton 49% +1%
Mccain 47% -1%

Ohio
Clinton 48% -1%
Mccain 46% +1%

New Hampshire
Clinton 53% +1%
Mccain 42% -2%

Florida
Clinton 49% +2%
Mccain 45% -2%

Nevada
Clinton 50% +1%
Mccain 44% -1%

Iowa
Clinton 49% +/-0%
Mccain 45% +/-0%

Wisconsin
Clinton 50% -1%
Mccain 43% -1%

Michigan
Clinton 53% +3%
Mccain 42% -2%

Pennsylvania
Clinton 49% +1%
Mccain 42% -1%

New Mexico
Clinton 51% +1%
Mccain 42% -2%
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« Reply #53 on: July 16, 2012, 11:40:02 pm »
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« Reply #54 on: July 18, 2012, 12:59:01 am »
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Vice presidential debate (Washington University in St. Louis)



Analysis: Analysis: Palin spoke in greatest depth about energy policy while Bayh spoke in greatest depth about foreign affairs. Bayh refrained from criticizing Palin, concentrating his criticisms on McCain. While Palin offered brief criticism of Bayh, she concentrated most of her criticism on Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton. Polls suggested that 50% thought Senator Bayh won the debate, 21% thought Governor Palin had won, and 33% thought it was a tie.

October 7: Second presidential debate (Belmont University Nashville townhall)

Analysis: Clinton bashed Mccain for his connections with the bush administration and Mccain had a stubbly response. CNN's poll conducted after the debate found that 54% of those surveyed thought that Clinton had won and 30% felt McCain had won.

October 15: Third presidential debate (Hofstra University Hempstead, New York)

Analysis: During the debate repeated references were made to Joe Wurzelbacher, aka "Joe the Plumber". Wurzelbacher had spoken with Clinton while he was campaigning in Holland, Ohio. Clinton responded saying "under my plan proposed taxes on any revenue from $250,000 on down would stay the same, but that amounts above that level would be subject to a 39 percent tax, instead of the current 36 percent rate". People responded heavly for Senator Clinton by 60-29 Percent. Mccains attacks on Clinton didn't help him with Independent or Women Voters.

NBC
Clinton/Bayh 52%
Mccain/Palin 44%

Fox

Clinton/Bayh 50%
Mccain/Palin 45%

CNN

Clinton/Bayh 50%
Mccain/Palin 44%

Election Map



Clinton/Bayh 347 EV
Mccain/Palin 167 EV


Colorado
Clinton 51% +2%
Mccain 45% -1%

Kentucky
Mccain 52% +/-0%
Clinton 42% -1%

Tennessee
Mccain 51% +/-0%
Clinton 43% -1%

Indiana
Clinton 49% +1%
Mccain 47% +/-0%

Louisiana
Mccain 50% +/-0%
Clinton 45% +1%

Virginia
Mccain 48% +/-0%
Clinton 48% +1%

North Carolina
Mccain 48% -1%
Clinton 47% +1%

Minnesota
Clinton 54% -1%
Mccain 41% +1%

Arkansas
Clinton 50% +1%
Mccain 46% -1%

West Virginia
Clinton 50% +1%
Mccain 46% -2%

Ohio
Clinton 50% +2%
Mccain 46% +/-0%

New Hampshire
Clinton 54% +1%
Mccain 42% +/-0%

Florida
Clinton 49% +/-0%
Mccain 45% +1%

Nevada
Clinton 51% +1%
Mccain 44% +/-0%

Iowa
Clinton 51% +/2%
Mccain 45% -1%

Wisconsin
Clinton 51% +1%
Mccain 42% -1%

Michigan
Clinton 54% +1%
Mccain 41% -1%

Pennsylvania
Clinton 52% +3%
Mccain 43% +1%

New Mexico
Clinton 52% +1%
Mccain 43% +1%
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« Reply #55 on: July 18, 2012, 09:12:04 am »
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« Reply #56 on: July 22, 2012, 01:35:39 am »
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The Final Push!

Clinton Campaigning in Ohio, Florida, Missouri, Virginia, Indiana and spending the final campaign stop at Little Rock Arkansas.


Mccain Campaign in Ohio, Florida, Pennsulvania, New Hampshire, Virginia, Indiana and Missouri.

NBC
Clinton/Bayh 52%
Mccain/Palin 45%

Fox

Clinton/Bayh 51%
Mccain/Palin 45%

CNN

Clinton/Bayh 51%
Mccain/Palin 43%

Election Map



Clinton/Bayh 295 EV
Mccain/Palin 152 EV
Undecided 91EV


Colorado
Clinton 51% +/-0%
Mccain 45% +1%

Kentucky
Mccain 51% -1%
Clinton 42% +1%

Tennessee
Mccain 51% +/-0%
Clinton 43% +1%

Indiana
Clinton 50% +1%
Mccain 48% +1%

Louisiana
Mccain 51% +1%
Clinton 45% +/-0%

Virginia
Mccain 48% +1%%
Clinton 48% +/-0%

North Carolina
Mccain 48% -1%
Clinton 47% +1%

Minnesota
Clinton 53% -1%
Mccain 42% +1%

Arkansas
Clinton 51% +1%
Mccain 45% -1%

West Virginia
Clinton 49% -1%
Mccain 47% +1%

Ohio
Clinton 50% +2%
Mccain 46% +/-0%

New Hampshire
Clinton 53% -1%
Mccain 43% +1%

Florida
Clinton 49% +/-0%
Mccain 45% +2%

Nevada
Clinton 52% +1%
Mccain 44% +1%

Iowa
Clinton 52% +1%
Mccain 46% +1%

Wisconsin
Clinton 52% +1%
Mccain 44% +2%

Michigan
Clinton 54% +/-0%
Mccain 43% +2%

Pennsylvania
Clinton 54% +2%
Mccain 43% +/-0%

New Mexico
Clinton 53% +1%
Mccain 42% -1%

Election Night Next!!!
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« Reply #57 on: August 19, 2012, 06:02:11 pm »
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Election Night 2008!

Chris Matthews: Welcome to Election Night 2008 I'm Chris Matthews here with us is Keith Olberman, Rachel Maddow, Eugene Robinson and David Gregory. Well this has been a crazy and exciting election season but it is finally time for election night where acros this country people will be voting for Hillary clinton or John Mccain for President. Polls have suggested a Hillary Clinton landslide but can John Mccain have picked up momentum at the end to pull off a win? We will have to see. After tonight we will know if we have our first Women President or Vice President. Polls have closed in Indiana Kentucky and Vermont and we can Call Vermont easily to Senator Clinton with 3 electoral votes. No surprise here, in Kentucky it is too close to call at this hour. Polls suggested Clinton narrowing the gap, if Mccain loses this state its a wipeout for Clinton. In Indiana, Senator Bayh's home state, it is too close to call with clinton narrowly ahead.

Clinton wins Vermont!



Clinton/Bayh 64.2%
Mccain/Palin 34.0%



Kentucky too close too call
40% in
Mccain/Palin 49.7%
Clinton/Bayh 48.9%




Indiana too close too call
31% in
Clinton/Bayh 50.3%
Mccain/Palin 48.7%







Hillary Clinton/Evan Bayh 50.8% 3 Electoral Votes
John Mccain/Sarah Palin 48.1% 0 Electoral Votes








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« Reply #58 on: August 19, 2012, 06:27:27 pm »
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Wow, looks like Mccain is going to go down in flames. No mercy!
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« Reply #59 on: August 20, 2012, 04:16:59 am »
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Rachel Maddow: It's now 8pm ET and polls are closing in a bunch of states and here are some results!

Clinton wins New Hampshire!


Clinton/Bayh 54.7%
Mccain/Palin 43.9%




Clinton wins Maine!


Clinton/Bayh 56.4%
Mccain/Palin 41.8%




Clinton wins Massachusetts!


Clinton/Bayh 63.2%
Mccain/Palin 34.6%



Clinton wins Connecticut!


Clinton/Bayh 59.6%
Mccain/Palin 39.2%



Clinton wins New Jersey!


Clinton/Bayh 58.1%
Mccain/Palin 40.7%



Clinton wins Delaware!


Clinton/Bayh 58.8%
Mccain/Palin 40.0%



Clinton wins Maryland!


Clinton/Bayh 58.9%
Mccain/Palin 39.4%



Clinton wins District of Columbia!


Clinton/Bayh 91.2%
Mccain/Palin 7.8%


Clinton wins Pennsylvania!


Clinton/Bayh 55.7%
Mccain/Palin 43.1%





Clinton wins Michigan!


Clinton/Bayh 56.0%
Mccain/Palin 42.1%



Clinton wins Illinois!


Clinton/Bayh 56.5%
Mccain/Palin 42.2%



Mccain wins South Carolina!


Mccain/Palin 54.7%
Clinton/Bayh 44.1%



Mccain wins Alabama!


Mccain/Palin 57.9%
Clinton/Bayh 41.1%



Mccain wins Mississippi!


Mccain/Palin 58.0%
Clinton/Bayh 41.2%



Mccain wins Oklahoma!


Mccain/Palin 63.2%
Clinton/Bayh 36.8%



Mccain wins Kansas


Mccain/Palin 57.8%
Clinton/Bayh 40.3%


Missouri is too close to call
23% in
Mccain/Palin 51.1%
Clinton/Bayh 47.0%



Tennessee is too close to call
27% in
Clinton/Bayh 49.5%
Mccain/Palin 49.0%



Georgia is too close too call
40% in
Mccain/Palin 52.1%
Clinton/Bayh 46.5%



Florida is too close too call
24% in
Clinton/Bayh 49.1%
Mccain/Bayh 49.0%



North Carolina is too close to call
23% in
Mccain/Palin 52.6%
Clinton/Bayh 46.2%



Virginia is too close to call
25% in
Mccain/Palin 58.8%
Clinton/Bayh 40.0%


West Virginia is too close to call
52% in
Mccain/Palin 50.0%
Clinton/Bayh 48.7%



Ohio is too close to call
34%in
Clinton/Bayh 58.7%
Mccain/Palin 41.1%



Indiana is still too close to call
59% in
Clinton/Bayh 51.8%
Mccain/Palin 47.8%




8:21pm ET

Mccain wins Kentucky!


Mccain/Palin 53.7%
Clinton/Bayh 44.9%






Hillary Clinton/Evan Bayh 51.7% 120 Electoral Votes
John Mccain/Sarah Palin 47.3% 44 Electoral Votes







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« Reply #60 on: August 22, 2012, 05:14:00 am »
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« Reply #61 on: August 22, 2012, 10:13:53 am »
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Looks like Clinton is gonna crush McCain...
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« Reply #62 on: August 24, 2012, 10:17:23 pm »
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8:30pm ET

Arkansas is still too close to call
31% in
Mccain/Palin 50.7%
Clinton/Bayh 47.9%




9pm ET

Keith Olberman: It's now 9pmET and we have some results to call which should show how this night will end up.

Clinton wins New York!


Clinton/Bayh 64.3%
Mccain/Palin 34.7%



Clinton wins Rhode Island!


Clinton/Bayh 64.5%
Mccain/Palin 33.6%



Clinton wins Wisconsin!


Clinton/Bayh 53.5%
Mccain/Palin 45.1%



Clinton wins Minnesota!


Clinton/Bayh 54.0%
Mccain/Palin 44.0%



Mccain wins Texas!


Mccain/Palin 54.7%
Clinton/Bayh 44.3%



Mccain wins South Dakota!


Mccain/Palin 52.9%
Clinton/Bayh 45.1%



Mccain wins North Dakota!


Mccain/Palin 55.2%
Clinton/Bayh 42.6%



Mccain wins Wyoming!


Mccain/Palin 64.3%
Clinton/Bayh 32.9%




9:10pmET

Chris Matthews: Well we have a load of projections to make with some 2004 republican states going to the democrats.

Clinton wins Arkansas!


Clinton/Bayh 52.6%
Mccain/Palin 45.1%



Clinton wins Indiana!


Clinton/Bayh 51.5%
Mccain/Palin 47.4%



Clinton wins New Mexico!


Clinton/Bayh 56.3%
Mccain/Palin 42.5%



Clinton wins West Virginia!


Clinton/Bayh 51.8%
Mccain/Palin 46.3%



Mccain wins Georgia!


Mccain/Palin 53.4%
Clinton/Bayh 45.7%



Mccain wins Louisiana!


Mccain/Palin 52.9%
Clinton/Bayh 45.4%



Mccain wins Tennessee!


Mccain/Palin 52.8%
Clinton/Bayh 46.0%



Colorado too close to call
29% in
Mccain/Palin 51.0%
Clinton/Bayh 47.7%



Florida too close to call!
58% in
Clinton/Bayh 50.3%
Mccain/Palin 48.4%



Missouri too close to call
60% in
Clinton/Bayh 49.3%
Mccain/Palin 49.2%



North Carolina too close to call!
59% in
Mccain/Palin 52.0%
Clinton/Bayh 46.7%



Ohio too close to call

Clinton/Bayh 53.4%
Mccain/Palin 45.2%



Virginia too close to call
64% in
Mccain/Palin 52.9%
Clinton/Bayh 46.4%



Arizona too early to call



Hillary Clinton/Evan Bayh 52.0% 202 Electoral Votes
John Mccain/Sarah Palin 46.9% 127 Electoral Votes
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« Reply #65 on: August 25, 2012, 06:31:22 am »
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« Reply #67 on: September 18, 2012, 12:19:52 pm »
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Sorry about the long delay again people...

9:14pm ET

Keith Olberman: We can now project Hillary Clinton the winner in Ohio.

Clinton wins Ohio!


Clinton/Bayh 52.3%
Mccain/Palin 46.0%




9:31pm ET
Clinton wins Florida!



Clinton/Bayh 51.7%
Mccain/Palin 47.4%




10pm ET

Clinton wins Iowa!


Clinton/Bayh 52.5%
Mccain/Palin 45.8%



Mccain wins Montana!


Mccain/Palin 52.0%
Clinton/Bayh 44.6%




Mccain wins Utah!


Mccain/Palin 62.4%
Clinton/Bayh 34.2%



10:26pm ET
Chris Matthews: We now have two major projections to make. First is the state of Colorado goes to Senator Hillary Clinton with 9 Electoral Votes. Also Missouri now the bellweather state goes to Hillary Clinton which brings her over the top of 270 and the Next President of the United States is Hillary Rodham Clinton!!

Clinton wins Colorado!


Clinton/Bayh 52.2%
Mccain/Palin 46.1%


Clinton wins Missouri!


Clinton/Bayh 51.0%
Mccain/Palin 47.4%




President-elect Clinton




Hillary Clinton/Evan Bayh 52.5% 276 Electoral Votes
John Mccain/Sarah Palin 46.3% 135 Electoral Votes








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Final Results

Mccain wins Idaho!


Mccain/Palin 62.3%
Clinton/Bayh 34.8%


Clinton wins California!


Clinton/Bayh 62.3%
Mccain/Palin 35.5%


Clinton wins Oregon!


Clinton/Bayh 56.0%
Mccain/Palin 41.2%


Clinton wins Washington!


Clinton/Bayh 56.5%
Mccain/Palin 41.0%


Clinton wins Hawaii!


Clinton/Bayh 58.9%
Mccain/Palin 39.6%


Clinton wins Nevada!


Clinton/Bayh 55.8%
Mccain/Palin 42.2%



Mccain wins Arizona!


Mccain/Palin 52.6%
Clinton/Bayh 45.8%



Mccain wins Alaska!


Mccain/Palin 58.4%
Clinton/Bayh 39.0%

Mccain wins North Carolina!


Mccain/Palin 50.6%
Clinton/Bayh 48.0%


Clinton wins Virginia!


Clinton/Bayh 49.9%
Mccain/Palin 48.9%




Exit Polls



County Map

Final Map





Hillary Clinton/Evan Bayh 53.2% 371 Electoral Votes
John Mccain/Sarah Palin 45.3% 167 Electoral Votes


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