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« on: October 29, 2008, 12:56:10 am »
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New Poll: New Hampshire Governor by University of New Hampshire on 2008-10-27

Summary: D: 71%, R: 15%, U: 13%

Poll Source URL: Full Poll Details

GOV1: "And turning to the November election for New Hampshire Governor, will you vote for Joe Kenney, the Republican ... John Lynch, the Democrat ...

someone else ... or haven't you decided yet?" IF UNDECIDED: "Would you say you are leaning toward Republican Joe Kenney or Democrat John Lynch?"

Kenney Lynch Other Undecided (N=)

October 24-26 18% 68% 1% 14% 688

October 25-27 15% 71% 1% 13% 641

Registered Democrat 3% 91% 2% 5% 201

Registered Undeclared 9% 72% 1% 19% 264

Registered Republican 38% 48% 0% 13% 173

Democrat 2% 91% 1% 6% 304

Independent 6% 66% 1% 26% 96

Republican 36% 47% 1% 15% 222

Core Republican 48% 36% 1% 15% 177

Swing Voter 5% 70% 1% 24% 165

Core Democrat 1% 93% 1% 5% 300

Male 16% 73% 1% 11% 319

Female 14% 70% 1% 15% 323

High school or less 12% 68% 1% 19% 113

Some college 18% 64% 0% 18% 124

College graduate 17% 72% 1% 11% 234

Post-graduate 12% 79% 1% 8% 164

18 to 34 12% 64% 0% 24% 51

35 to 49 16% 68% 2% 14% 213

50 to 64 15% 75% 0% 10% 238

65 and over 16% 75% 0% 9% 117

Less than $30K 9% 68% 1% 22% 37

$30K to $60K 15% 80% 1% 4% 111

$60K to $75K 8% 77% 4% 11% 49

$75K to $100K 16% 77% 1% 6% 79

$100K or more 19% 72% 1% 8% 150

Attend services 1 or more/week 25% 61% 1% 14% 181

1-2 times a month 7% 79% 2% 12% 78

Less often 10% 80% 1% 9% 196

Never 12% 73% 1% 14% 170

10 yrs or less in NH 7% 69% 2% 22% 110

11 to 20 years 25% 62% 0% 13% 108

More than 20 years 15% 74% 1% 10% 412

North Country 23% 68% 0% 9% 64

Central / Lakes 8% 81% 0% 11% 106

Connecticut Valley 17% 71% 0% 12% 92

Mass Border 13% 69% 1% 16% 183

Seacoast 15% 72% 2% 12% 103

Manchester Area 19% 68% 1% 13% 94

Fisrt Cong. Dist 18% 71% 1% 11% 325

Second Cong. Dist 12% 72% 1% 15% 317
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« Reply #1 on: October 29, 2008, 11:23:08 am »
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Exciting race.
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What are you talking about Duke?  Things are great so far.   I do have to cling to God no matter what.  I have nothing against this at all,  but in my class there are 9 blacks and 4 whites.  African Americans are quite prevalent in that part of Tulsa.  I don't mind it at all,  but it is an interesting fact in white Oklahoma.
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« Reply #2 on: October 30, 2008, 04:00:09 am »
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Exciting race.

     Not quite as exciting as UT though. Tongue
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« Reply #3 on: October 30, 2008, 06:44:25 pm »
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2006 over again. Yawn.
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