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Title: MI: Suffolk: Schauer (D) leading
Post by: Miles on September 11, 2014, 01:23:08 pm
Report. (http://www.suffolk.edu/documents/SUPRC/marginals_9_11_2014.pdf)

Schauer (D)- 45%
Snyder (R)- 43%

When third party voters are pressed, its Schauer 47/44.

Democrats have leads in the downballot contests:

LG
Brown (D)- 43%
Calley (R)- 33%

SOS
Dillard (D)- 40%
Johnson (R)- 36%

AG
Totten (D)- 43%
Schuette (R)- 36%


Title: Re: MI: Suffolk: Schauer (D) leading
Post by: Chief Justice windjammer on September 11, 2014, 01:25:46 pm
Dem bia???


Title: Re: MI: Suffolk: Schauer (D) leading
Post by: backtored on September 11, 2014, 01:29:27 pm
Dang it.


Title: Re: MI: Suffolk: Schauer (D) leading
Post by: Maxwell on September 11, 2014, 01:32:58 pm
Eh, I'll trust PPP, thanks. Toss-up race, no tilt.


Title: Re: MI: Suffolk: Schauer (D) leading
Post by: Lief 🐋 on September 11, 2014, 01:44:33 pm
better get to higher ground guys, the REPUBLICAN WAVE is building!!!!


Title: Re: MI: Suffolk: Schauer (D) leading
Post by: backtored on September 11, 2014, 01:48:01 pm
better get to higher ground guys, the REPUBLICAN WAVE is building!!!!

Oh please.  Michigan going Democratic is hardly a sign of a good night for the Democrats.  It is a tough state for the GOP.  Think about it this way--Snyder signed right-to-work in the unionyist of union states and he's still within the margin of error. Amazing.


Title: Re: MI: Suffolk: Schauer (D) leading
Post by: dmmidmi on September 11, 2014, 01:50:31 pm
Report. (http://www.suffolk.edu/documents/SUPRC/marginals_9_11_2014.pdf)

Schauer (D)- 45%
Snyder (R)- 43%

When third party voters are pressed, its Schauer 47/44.

Democrats have leads in the downballot contests:

LG
Brown (D)- 43%
Calley (R)- 33%

SOS
Dillard (D)- 40%
Johnson (R)- 36%

AG
Totten (D)- 43%
Schuette (R)- 36%


Michigan doesn't vote for Governor and Lt. Governor separately.

Nothing in the crosstabs jumps out here (41% Democrat, 35% Republican, 23% Independent; 80% white/13% black; 41% of the electorate from Southeastern Michigan). The sample voted for Obama 48-42. The decimals are a red flag.

better get to higher ground guys, the REPUBLICAN WAVE is building!!!!

Oh please.  Michigan going Democratic is hardly a sign of a good night for the Democrats.  It is a tough state for the GOP.  Think about it this way--Snyder signed right-to-work in the unionyist of union states and he's still within the margin of error. Amazing.

You don't know what you're talking about. RTW might be a critical issue here, but it's far from the only issue.

It's not like we haven't had Republican governors in the past (hint: we have, and Engler was elected three consecutive times). The GOP has a super majority in the state legislature as we speak.


Title: Re: MI: Suffolk: Schauer (D) leading
Post by: Joshua on September 11, 2014, 02:08:10 pm
better get to higher ground guys, the REPUBLICAN WAVE is building!!!!

Oh please.  Michigan going Democratic is hardly a sign of a good night for the Democrats.  It is a tough state for the GOP.  Think about it this way--Snyder signed right-to-work in the unionyist of union states and he's still within the margin of error. Amazing.

Just like if the GOP picks up seats in red states like MT, SD, WV, AR, AK, NC, and LA it's still not a GOP wave.


Title: Re: MI: Suffolk: Schauer (D) leading
Post by: henster on September 11, 2014, 02:26:41 pm
Things not looking good for Snyder RTW  biting him back in the ass.


Title: Re: MI: Suffolk: Schauer (D) leading
Post by: Impeachment Inquiry on September 11, 2014, 03:05:27 pm
better get to higher ground guys, the REPUBLICAN WAVE is building!!!!

Oh please.  Michigan going Democratic is hardly a sign of a good night for the Democrats.  It is a tough state for the GOP.  Think about it this way--Snyder signed right-to-work in the unionyist of union states and he's still within the margin of error. Amazing.

In a midterm, an incumbent Republican losing is not exactly commonplace in Michigan.


Title: Re: MI: Suffolk: Schauer (D) leading
Post by: Landslide Andy on September 11, 2014, 07:47:06 pm
better get to higher ground guys, the REPUBLICAN WAVE is building!!!!

Oh please.  Michigan going Democratic is hardly a sign of a good night for the Democrats.  It is a tough state for the GOP.  Think about it this way--Snyder signed right-to-work in the unionyist of union states and he's still within the margin of error. Amazing.

Well, it certainly shows it won't be 2010 redux.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Michigan_gubernatorial_election,_2010