Florida V. The Gallup South! CNN/ORC Florida A Statisitical Tie!

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    Gallup Tracking polls show Romney Up 6 nationwide, most of that coming from a possible fit of "irrational exuberance" in the South. People who may have not gone into a voting booth in all of their lives are suddenly not admitting that to the neighbors, with Obama in office(?)! All the other regions are slightly for Obama. The South is lopsidedly for Romney--suggesting that maybe no blacks live there(?), after all!

    CNN Poll: Close contest for Florida’s 29 electoral votes – CNN Political Ticker - CNN.com Blogs

    Florida, for example, has actually polled a dead heat among likely voters, with tiny possibly edge to Romney.

    Statistically, blacks make up nearly 50% of the population in many Southern States! Mostly, Gallup tracking would seem to dispute that--or at least contend that really they are all in prison(?).

    CensusScope -- Demographic Maps: African-American Population

    So the CNN/ORC poll finding is likely more credible than even Gallup contends, for the South!

    "Pluralistic Ignorance" is a concept based on old Civil Rights. Most people thought that their neighbors in the South were opposed to integration, when polls found overwhelmingly that most people had no problem with the concept at all, in the South. They would often respond to questions like they thought the neighbors might expect them to respond!

    "Crow, James Crow: Shaken, Not Stirred!"
    (Then there is the Great Half Wit Father in Washington, of the Ivy League--which did both the "Reagan Revolution," and the "Obama Stimulation(?)," more or less the same way: Sending what deficit there was to the already prosperous, instead! People seem to think that only TARP was a major bail-out of the Euro-Luxury Car Manufacturers, By way of Wall Street(?)!)
     
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    CNN showed Obama slipping in Florida, and ultimately sliding in other areas, after the first debate. The Florida result is noted below:

    "Three non-partisan, live operator polls of likely voters were conducted in Florida after the first presidential debate and before the second showdown. A CNN Poll of Polls which averaged all three surveys indicated Romney at 49% and Obama at 46%."

    So now apparently the mop and bucket have passed to new generation, or something(?)! Obama is picking up, and against the usual bigotted descriptions of life in the area, where mostly blacks are from in America!

    "Crow, James Crow: Shaken, Not Stirred!"
    (Secretary Clinton has managed to lace her own descriptions with "Security Professionals" in the matter of advice about embassy security in the Middle East!" "Hoodies," and "Big Birds" and "Binders Full Of Women" are not often thought the usual stuff of even Southern Political Discourse(?)!"
     
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    Jesus! just go vote and sort it out November 6th. Nobody gets to win because of the polls.
     
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    Republicans were moribund, for three weeks, during and after their own convention. Even money stopped flowing--somewhat.

    The previous four years have been generally depressed, and so fairly depressing--unless you made a bundle and dropped out of the job market completely.

    The real mop and bucket brigades need to see a force for change on their behalf. Ivy League economics will not be a change on their behalf. Millions likely worldwide should have seen that(?)!

    There are two of these creatures actually running in place(?), for the very same office--one a great vision of Satan, even hoarding actual "Binders Full Of Women!" Presumably that is thought the Christian thing to do! Certainly that appears to the Ivy League thing to do, like believing in, "Weapons of Mass Destruction(?), in downtrodden Iraq!" In fact, it was even off to more downtrodden, Afghanistan-the-even-more-wiped-out, for awhile! The Ivy League picking a fair fight is a wonder to behold(?). . .from way far way, but not to close(?)!

    "Crow, James Crow: Shaken, Not Stirred!"
    (Great North American Drought so far has spared Napa-Sonoma-Mendocino, harvest of bounty areas of California(?)! Oh! The Deities Now To Be Praised(?)! Probably they are everywhere, after all--and inhaling!)
     
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    what the heck are you talking about?
    And so far as demographics of Florida go -
    Black persons, percent, 2011 (a) 16.5%
    White persons, percent, 2011 (a) 78.5%
    Persons of Hispanic or Latino Origin, percent, 2011 (b) 22.9%
     
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    Obama Is up three or more points in the West, Midwest, and East--now for several days. In the South, Gallup's Likely Voters are going for Romney, 22% over Obama. That comes out to a national lead for Romney!

    About that Gallup poll: Is Romney really up by 7? And will Obama win the election anyway?

    The problem conceded in the Gallup methodology is the "enthusiasm" of the Rebel Yell(?), not just just the reciting of, "Away down South in the land of traitors, Rattlesnakes and alligators, Right away, come away, right away, come away(?)," that others may be doing!

    Anyone even notices that Modern Schools seem to prefer the more cemetery invocation styles(?). Then there are the White Survivors of the attempted genocide. . . .likely still in blinded opposition to it all(?)!

    In others: Someone, Somewhere, has to be embarassed by the whole thing, completely(?)!

    "Crow, James Crow: Shaken, Not Stirred!"
    (Unclear how many times Gallup called Al Gore for his opinion(?)!"
     

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