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Title: GA-InsiderAdvantage: Perdue+3
Post by: Tender Branson on November 03, 2014, 01:05:48 pm
Republican Senate nominee David Perdue has 48 percent to Democratic nominee Michelle Nunnís 45 percent. Libertarian Amanda Swaffordís 3 percent is keeping the decision open until the runoff. There are still 4 percent of those surveyed who say they havenít made up their minds.

The survey was conducted of 1,463 likely voters and has a 3 percent margin of error. It was conducted by automated recordings on Sunday night.

http://chronicle.augusta.com/politics/2014-11-03/runoffs-likely-poll-indicates


Title: Re: GA-InsiderAdvantage: Perdue+3
Post by: JRP1994 on November 03, 2014, 01:07:17 pm
This race has gone from Likely Perdue to Tossup to Likely Perdue again in the span of roughly three weeks.


Title: Re: GA-InsiderAdvantage: Perdue+3
Post by: Badger on November 03, 2014, 01:13:22 pm
This race has been for over a month, and remains, likely runoff (then likely Perdue).


Title: Re: GA-InsiderAdvantage: Perdue+3
Post by: KCDem on November 03, 2014, 02:13:31 pm
Insider Advantage, folks:

https://uselectionatlas.org/POLLS/PRESIDENT/2012/polls.php?action=indpoll&id=1320120918034

Junk firm!


Title: Re: GA-InsiderAdvantage: Perdue+3
Post by: krazen1211 on November 03, 2014, 03:54:57 pm
Dominating.


Title: Re: GA-InsiderAdvantage: Perdue+3
Post by: President Griffin on November 03, 2014, 04:02:49 pm

Yes, Nunn certainly is!

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Title: Re: GA-InsiderAdvantage: Perdue+3
Post by: Keystone Phil on November 03, 2014, 05:59:38 pm

She's doing only five points better than a mediocre (at best) candidate that was running against a popular incumbent in 2010.  Uh...


Title: Re: GA-InsiderAdvantage: Perdue+3
Post by: President Griffin on November 03, 2014, 11:23:51 pm

She's doing only five points better than a mediocre (at best) candidate the first statewide elected black Democrat in Georgia who probably would have retained his seat had he not run for Senate that was running against a popular incumbent in 2010.  Uh...

And you and I both know she won't finish with 45 percent of the vote. It's going to be a near 20-point swing or more when all is said and done tomorrow night, so shhh.


Title: Re: GA-InsiderAdvantage: Perdue+3
Post by: Keystone Phil on November 03, 2014, 11:36:12 pm

She's doing only five points better than a mediocre (at best) candidate the first statewide elected black Democrat in Georgia who probably would have retained his seat had he not run for Senate that was running against a popular incumbent in 2010.  Uh...

And you and I both know she won't finish with 45 percent of the vote. It's going to be a near 20-point swing or more when all is said and done tomorrow night, so shhh.

Uh, no. She is not getting 49% of the vote. Thanks for playing though.


Title: Re: GA-InsiderAdvantage: Perdue+3
Post by: President Griffin on November 03, 2014, 11:37:50 pm

She's doing only five points better than a mediocre (at best) candidate the first statewide elected black Democrat in Georgia who probably would have retained his seat had he not run for Senate that was running against a popular incumbent in 2010.  Uh...

And you and I both know she won't finish with 45 percent of the vote. It's going to be a near 20-point swing or more when all is said and done tomorrow night, so shhh.

Uh, no. She is not getting 49% of the vote. Thanks for playing though.

Game Over


Title: Re: GA-InsiderAdvantage: Perdue+3
Post by: KCDem on November 03, 2014, 11:42:46 pm

She's doing only five points better than a mediocre (at best) candidate the first statewide elected black Democrat in Georgia who probably would have retained his seat had he not run for Senate that was running against a popular incumbent in 2010.  Uh...

And you and I both know she won't finish with 45 percent of the vote. It's going to be a near 20-point swing or more when all is said and done tomorrow night, so shhh.

Uh, no. She is not getting 49% of the vote. Thanks for playing though.

You really don't even know anything about the politics of your own state, so why don't you stop at least commenting on other states...k thx bye


Title: Re: GA-InsiderAdvantage: Perdue+3
Post by: Badger on November 03, 2014, 11:49:44 pm

She's doing only five points better than a mediocre (at best) candidate the first statewide elected black Democrat in Georgia who probably would have retained his seat had he not run for Senate that was running against a popular incumbent in 2010.  Uh...

And you and I both know she won't finish with 45 percent of the vote. It's going to be a near 20-point swing or more when all is said and done tomorrow night, so shhh.

Uh, no. She is not getting 49% of the vote. Thanks for playing though.

Game Over

Quick! Someone add more quarters!


Title: Re: GA-InsiderAdvantage: Perdue+3
Post by: Bigby on November 04, 2014, 05:30:49 am
This race has gone from Likely Perdue to Tossup to Likely Perdue again in the span of roughly three weeks.

Yes, and we Georgians had to suffer a ton of political attack ads from both sides because of it.


Title: Re: GA-InsiderAdvantage: Perdue+3
Post by: ElectionsGuy on November 04, 2014, 05:33:29 am
This race has gone from Likely Perdue to Tossup to Likely Perdue again in the span of roughly three weeks.

Yes, and we Georgians had to suffer a ton of political attack ads from both sides because of it.

Be lucky you're not here, every other ad (no joke) is a political ad in the past few days.


Title: Re: GA-InsiderAdvantage: Perdue+3
Post by: Bigby on November 04, 2014, 05:42:41 am
This race has gone from Likely Perdue to Tossup to Likely Perdue again in the span of roughly three weeks.

Yes, and we Georgians had to suffer a ton of political attack ads from both sides because of it.

Be lucky you're not here, every other ad (no joke) is a political ad in the past few days.

I guess you have a point. Here in Georgia, it's only every 3 or 4 ads.