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Sam Spade
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« on: March 19, 2008, 10:23:47 am »

New thread title, same people, same comments...

Stick around long enough, and you will be able to predict the order of the posters in each thread and their comments.  Smiley

Didn't you know that I have a list of ready-made comments on my clipboard that I just plug into the site for each thread topic?
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« Reply #1 on: April 23, 2008, 08:02:11 pm »

God... do I have to get out the chart again? Obama improved among Hillary's demographics last night.

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                   OH   PA

60 and older      28   38
White             34   38
White men         39   44
White women       31   34
Less than $50K    42   46
No college        40   38
College           51   49
Catholic          36   31
Protestant        36   53

That chart is deceptive, as is motomonkey's stats.  Obama may have gained 1% over his Ohio demographics, but I can't see any more.  There was more sizable movement out of the new voters/re-registereds.  Otherwise, it would have been the 12% that I called.
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