Exit Polls: Half of Clinton Voters Will Not Support Obama

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    http://www.cnn.com/2008/POLITICS/05/06/primaries.change/index.html

    It's around the 10th paragraph down. There was another article with more exit polls, but I can't find it. I'll provide those links as soon as I find them.

    Here's all the exit poll results:

    http://politicalticker.blogs.cnn.com/

    I find it comical that so many said they won't vote for Obama if he wins the nomination, yet 54% still think he can win it. Moral of the story: voters are confused as to what the hell is going on.
     
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    From the first link provided.

     
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    The hatefulness and vindictiveness of the left is exposed. They'd rather see a Republican win than vote for their own party candidate.
    Particularly amusing when you consider the fact that really, Obama and Clinton agree on most of the important issues. Just more evidence of the hatefulness of the left. Let's cut off our noses to spite our faces....:clap2:
     
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    When rubber meets the road, they will vote Democratic but I still say that an Obama/Hillary ticket would win easily.
     
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    I see Clinton able to beat McCain but not Obama. An Obama/Clinton ticket could finally awaken all the R's and bring another nailbiter, imo.
     
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    Errr, what?

    Democrats willing to vote for McCain over Obama are somehow hateful? Or maybe, you know...they like him better?

    Oh, no wait, they are Democrats there must be some eeeeeeeevil explanation for it! I bet they rape babies too!

    Nice bullshit explanation Allie. Might want to stick to, oh I don't know...maybe the FACTS in the future?
     
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    are you smoking fucking crack? I've heard the exact same thing from half a dozen arch republican talking heads during the republican primaries.
     
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    what kills me is even with the overinflated media circus over the wright and the bitter comments...hillary just managed a squeek win indiania.

    if it was really a big deal she'd have let's say actually HANDILY won.

    AND THANK HEAVENS
     
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    That will never happen. Hillary won't play second fiddle again. So, she'll fight until the convention. She'll lose. Her supporters will vote McCain and voila, another republican president.
     

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