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« on: May 22, 2008, 06:59:54 am »

New Poll: California President by Public Policy Institute of CA on 2008-05-19

Summary: D: 51%, R: 39%, U: 7%

Poll Source URL: Full Poll Details


Obama: 54%
McCain: 37%


Favorable Ratings:

Obama: 59% favorable, 36% unfavorable
Clinton: 46% favorable, 51% unfavorable
McCain: 42% favorable, 53% unfavorable
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« Reply #1 on: May 22, 2008, 07:07:20 am »

The Hispanic numbers in this poll seem much more credible than the SurveyUSA numbers:

Obama: 69%
McCain: 20%

Clinton: 74%
McCain: 16%

Clinton also gets a higher favorability among Hispanics than Obama and McCain:

Clinton: 72% favorable, 24% unfavorable
Obama: 68% favorable, 25% unfavorable
McCain: 38% favorable, 53% unfavorable
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« Reply #2 on: May 22, 2008, 10:40:43 am »

Oh my God. Do you honestly believe McCain will only get 20% of the Hispanic vote this year? You people continue to amaze me.
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« Reply #3 on: May 22, 2008, 10:42:35 am »

Oh my God. Do you honestly believe McCain will only get 20% of the Hispanic vote this year? You people continue to amaze me.

I said it looks more accurate than SurveyUSA's numbers, which showed McCain leading Obama among Hispanics. The truth is probably in between.
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« Reply #4 on: May 22, 2008, 10:47:25 am »

Oh my God. Do you honestly believe McCain will only get 20% of the Hispanic vote this year? You people continue to amaze me.

I said it looks more accurate than SurveyUSA's numbers, which showed McCain leading Obama among Hispanics. The truth is probably in between.

That's your opinion and nothing more. SUSA showed  overall numbers that were inline with just about everyone else recently. This polling firm is questionable, and CA will not be a 17% blow out for Obama. He also won't get anywhere near 70% of the Hispanics. But, because it showed a Dem blowout, it's ruled more believable than the SUSA poll.
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« Reply #5 on: May 22, 2008, 10:50:26 am »

There was a definite shift towards the Democrats among Hispanics in 2006. It would be nice for you not to lash out at people who don't share your rosy wishful thinking regarding McCain's candidacy, Duke.
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« Reply #6 on: May 22, 2008, 10:53:39 am »

Oh my God. Do you honestly believe McCain will only get 20% of the Hispanic vote this year? You people continue to amaze me.

I said it looks more accurate than SurveyUSA's numbers, which showed McCain leading Obama among Hispanics. The truth is probably in between.

That's your opinion and nothing more. SUSA showed  overall numbers that were inline with just about everyone else recently. This polling firm is questionable, and CA will not be a 17% blow out for Obama. He also won't get anywhere near 70% of the Hispanics. But, because it showed a Dem blowout, it's ruled more believable than the SUSA poll.

If you think that Mccain will win the latino vote in California you are truly insane. As for this poll I do not see why it is so bad. I see Obama winning about 65% of the latino vote but turnout as usual will be low and lower than it would have been for Clinton. Mccain will of course win more than 20% of the latino vote, the undecideds skew the poll a bit.
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« Reply #7 on: May 22, 2008, 10:59:03 am »

Oh my God. Do you honestly believe McCain will only get 20% of the Hispanic vote this year? You people continue to amaze me.

I said it looks more accurate than SurveyUSA's numbers, which showed McCain leading Obama among Hispanics. The truth is probably in between.

That's your opinion and nothing more. SUSA showed  overall numbers that were inline with just about everyone else recently. This polling firm is questionable, and CA will not be a 17% blow out for Obama. He also won't get anywhere near 70% of the Hispanics. But, because it showed a Dem blowout, it's ruled more believable than the SUSA poll.

Gore won 78% of Hispanics, Kerry about 63%, Angelides (who lost by 17% statewide) won 56%, Feinstein won 71%. Itīs not hard to refute SUSA's latest subsample. I think everything from 55% to 70% is possible for Obama. Rasmussen will also come out with a CA poll today, so we'll see what numbers actually make sense.
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« Reply #8 on: May 22, 2008, 11:04:16 am »

Seriously if Arnold can't win the latino vote then there is no way in hell Mccain will.
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« Reply #9 on: May 22, 2008, 04:05:20 pm »

Oh my God. Do you honestly believe McCain will only get 20% of the Hispanic vote this year? You people continue to amaze me.

I said it looks more accurate than SurveyUSA's numbers, which showed McCain leading Obama among Hispanics. The truth is probably in between.

That's your opinion and nothing more. SUSA showed  overall numbers that were inline with just about everyone else recently. This polling firm is questionable, and CA will not be a 17% blow out for Obama. He also won't get anywhere near 70% of the Hispanics. But, because it showed a Dem blowout, it's ruled more believable than the SUSA poll.

ha... coming from you this truly hilarious. All you do is post opinions, usually retarded ones at that.
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