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« on: May 22, 2014, 03:30:40 pm »

http://www.publicpolicypolling.com/pdf/2014/PPP_Release_Iowa_522.pdf


Clinton 46%, Paul 42% (Clinton +4%)
Clinton 46%, Huckabee 42% (Clinton +4%)
Clinton 44%, Bush 39% (Clinton +5%)
Clinton 45%, Christie 39% (Clinton +6%)
Clinton 47%, Cruz 40% (Clinton +7%)
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« Reply #1 on: May 22, 2014, 03:47:57 pm »

Why aren't they polling O'Malley, Biden, and Cuomo vs. Paul, Huckabee, Bush, etc? Why?
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« Reply #2 on: May 22, 2014, 03:50:25 pm »

IA has never seemed too fond of Hillary, both in these last few years and in early 2008 polling. Must be a latte/yuppie state when it comes to Dems.
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« Reply #3 on: May 22, 2014, 03:54:57 pm »

IA has never seemed too fond of Hillary, both in these last few years and in early 2008 polling. Must be a latte/yuppie state when it comes to Dems.

a what?
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« Reply #4 on: May 22, 2014, 05:38:44 pm »

IA has never seemed too fond of Hillary, both in these last few years and in early 2008 polling. Must be a latte/yuppie state when it comes to Dems.

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The bitterness never ends with you people.
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« Reply #5 on: May 22, 2014, 05:45:26 pm »

IA has never seemed too fond of Hillary, both in these last few years and in early 2008 polling. Must be a latte/yuppie state when it comes to Dems.

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The bitterness never ends with you people.

Why do you assume I am bitter, or that I am even using the terms in a derogatory manner?
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« Reply #6 on: May 22, 2014, 05:56:08 pm »

IA has never seemed too fond of Hillary, both in these last few years and in early 2008 polling. Must be a latte/yuppie state when it comes to Dems.

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The bitterness never ends with you people.

Why do you assume I am bitter, or that I am even using the terms in a derogatory manner?

Referring to non-Hillary Supporting Democrats as "latte liberals" is a pretty good sign of lingering '08 bitterness, and I haven't been proven wrong yet by the people I've seen use the terminology.
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« Reply #7 on: May 22, 2014, 07:19:04 pm »

IA has never seemed too fond of Hillary, both in these last few years and in early 2008 polling. Must be a latte/yuppie state when it comes to Dems.

Roll Eyes

The bitterness never ends with you people.

Why do you assume I am bitter, or that I am even using the terms in a derogatory manner?

Referring to non-Hillary Supporting Democrats as "latte liberals" is a pretty good sign of lingering '08 bitterness, and I haven't been proven wrong yet by the people I've seen use the terminology.

I did support Hillary, though I was too young to vote in the primary. I have supported Obama ever since and proudly voted for him 2 years ago, so I'm not bitter. I wasn't using the terms in a derogatory fashion, I was simply using them to refer to the type of voters in places like CO & IA that seemed to like Obama but not Hillary. That's how the media referred to them in 08 and I feel like it's the best way to convey that I'm speaking about those voters specifically.
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« Reply #8 on: May 22, 2014, 07:44:19 pm »

IA has never seemed too fond of Hillary, both in these last few years and in early 2008 polling. Must be a latte/yuppie state when it comes to Dems.

a what?

They're obviously not in as good touch with common folk as Wall Street investment bankers who support Hillary. Duh.
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« Reply #9 on: May 22, 2014, 08:19:06 pm »

IA has never seemed too fond of Hillary, both in these last few years and in early 2008 polling. Must be a latte/yuppie state when it comes to Dems.

a what?

They're obviously not in as good touch with common folk as Wall Street investment bankers who support Hillary. Duh.

Your post is absurd because:

1.I have already stated I did not use the term in a derogatory manner.
2.Obama is also a friend of said banks.
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« Reply #10 on: May 22, 2014, 08:40:47 pm »

Referring to non-Hillary Supporting Democrats as "latte liberals" is a pretty good sign of lingering '08 bitterness, and I haven't been proven wrong yet by the people I've seen use the terminology.

I don't think it's well-applied to Iowa, but that term was in use way before the '08 primaries and is descriptive of a certain kind of voter. It's no worse than talking about country-club Republicans.
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« Reply #11 on: May 22, 2014, 08:45:27 pm »

Why aren't they polling O'Malley, Biden, and Cuomo vs. Paul, Huckabee, Bush, etc? Why?

I'm sure they will if Hillary bows out. Until then there's no point.
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« Reply #12 on: May 22, 2014, 08:49:56 pm »

IA has never seemed too fond of Hillary, both in these last few years and in early 2008 polling. Must be a latte/yuppie state when it comes to Dems.

Roll Eyes

The bitterness never ends with you people.

Why do you assume I am bitter, or that I am even using the terms in a derogatory manner?

Referring to non-Hillary Supporting Democrats as "latte liberals" is a pretty good sign of lingering '08 bitterness, and I haven't been proven wrong yet by the people I've seen use the terminology.

It's hilarious you think that, considering this forum is filled with Obama supporting Democrats who despise Hillary and constantly call her evil, a sociopath, blah blah and occasionally even make sexist remarks against her. Many of these people sound like they came right out of Breitbart, Drudge, and FOX, yet a few passing "latte liberal" comments is evidence that Hillary supporters are bitter? Even if they are, the Obama supporters (the ones who hate Hillary, that is) are a million times more bitter, which is all the more impressive considering their guy is the one who won...
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« Reply #13 on: May 22, 2014, 09:06:31 pm »

IA has never seemed too fond of Hillary, both in these last few years and in early 2008 polling. Must be a latte/yuppie state when it comes to Dems.

Roll Eyes

The bitterness never ends with you people.

Why do you assume I am bitter, or that I am even using the terms in a derogatory manner?

Referring to non-Hillary Supporting Democrats as "latte liberals" is a pretty good sign of lingering '08 bitterness, and I haven't been proven wrong yet by the people I've seen use the terminology.

It's hilarious you think that, considering this forum is filled with Obama supporting Democrats who despise Hillary and constantly call her evil, a sociopath, blah blah and occasionally even make sexist remarks against her. Many of these people sound like they came right out of Breitbart, Drudge, and FOX, yet a few passing "latte liberal" comments is evidence that Hillary supporters are bitter? Even if they are, the Obama supporters (the ones who hate Hillary, that is) are a million times more bitter, which is all the more impressive considering their guy is the one who won...

Most of those Democrats aren't exactly big Obama fans either, at least most of the ones I've seen.
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« Reply #14 on: May 22, 2014, 09:15:29 pm »

IA has never seemed too fond of Hillary, both in these last few years and in early 2008 polling. Must be a latte/yuppie state when it comes to Dems.

Roll Eyes

The bitterness never ends with you people.

Why do you assume I am bitter, or that I am even using the terms in a derogatory manner?

Referring to non-Hillary Supporting Democrats as "latte liberals" is a pretty good sign of lingering '08 bitterness, and I haven't been proven wrong yet by the people I've seen use the terminology.

It's hilarious you think that, considering this forum is filled with Obama supporting Democrats who despise Hillary and constantly call her evil, a sociopath, blah blah and occasionally even make sexist remarks against her. Many of these people sound like they came right out of Breitbart, Drudge, and FOX, yet a few passing "latte liberal" comments is evidence that Hillary supporters are bitter? Even if they are, the Obama supporters (the ones who hate Hillary, that is) are a million times more bitter, which is all the more impressive considering their guy is the one who won...

Most of those Democrats aren't exactly big Obama fans either, at least most of the ones I've seen.

You have a point, but I rarely see the level of vitriol that is aimed at Hillary be directed towards Obama. Many of them even voted for Obama in '08/'12 (even if they regret it and say they'd vote 3rd party now).

This discussion is pretty academic anyway, since in the real world 90% of Democrats like both Obama and Hillary.
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