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  PA - F&M: Trump 33, Kasich 30, Cruz 20; Clinton 52, Sanders 28 (search mode)
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Holmes
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E: -6.45, S: -5.74


« on: March 24, 2016, 01:05:11 am »

remember, kasich was born here.

also, how is this race so close when the region by region breakdown has trump kicking butt everywhere.

Kasich is ahead in areas where there are going to be more voters, and that's just how F&M weighed the poll. I dunno how accurate Kasich's strength in the southeast is though considering how strong Trump will be in the surrounding area in nearby states.
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Holmes
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E: -6.45, S: -5.74


« Reply #1 on: March 24, 2016, 01:36:42 am »

I believe Ohio is the only other state besides Arkansas were she won the white vote.

She won the white vote in every Southern state except Oklahoma, as well as Arizona most likely.
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Holmes
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« Reply #2 on: March 24, 2016, 11:07:31 am »

Democrats choosing a Democrat in a Democratic primary... injustice.
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Holmes
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E: -6.45, S: -5.74


« Reply #3 on: March 24, 2016, 02:19:43 pm »

Democrats choosing a Democrat in a Democratic primary... injustice.

ALL the taxpayers are footing the bill, Holmes.  The party isn't paying for it.  But I have to smear myself with the designation of "Democrat", America's favorite centrist appeasers of owning class oligarchs and Hillary Clinton fanclub, to vote in a primary that my tax money is used to conduct.

Yes... injustice. 

So what about the extra tax that people would have to pay (especially lower income, disabled and senior people) to subsidize "Medicare for all" for higher income people? What about the extra tax people who wouldn't benefit from his paid family leave would have to pay to benefit those that would?  Are those also injustices?
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