Zogby - 10/30/08 - Obama +7

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    You're completely missing the point. McCain is running under the platform of the underdog. Every loves the underdogs in the movie and in sports. It's a shame they can't be that way on stuff that matters.

    It's the...eye of the tiger and the thrill of the fight.
     
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    really?? Sen.Clinton made the same Rocky comparison, just like Rocky she lost.. McCain said in the 2000 primaries he had Bush right where he wanted him, shortly after Bush blew him out of the water. McCains hopes are dead in the water, soon he will face reality. president elect Barack Obama!
     
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    You're talking about two different models.

    Expanded and traditional.

    Expanded uses the information that there are MORE registered Democrats than there are Republicans. So the model goes by that. Gallup expanded is a perfect example.

    The traditional model, like Zogby, uses the same amount of Democrats and Republicans.

    Now are you going to read this and understand that there are more registered Democrats than there are Republicans being the reason why they sample more Democrats than Republicans or are you going to keep beating off to the same complaint over and over again?
     
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    IBD uses a 5-day average and uses a very small sample size, 894 likely voters. GWU/Battleground and IPoss/McCarthy also use a small sample size of less than 1000 voters and 5-day average.

    Every other daily tracking poll uses a 3-day average and a much larger sample size.

    IBD also is biased against Obama. They've had anti-Obama ads and articles all over their website.
     
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    Whoops...

    Reuters/C-SPAN/Zogby Poll:

    Obama 50.2%, McCain 43.3%...



    Paperboy is strangely absent from this thread, even though Zogby is his/her favorite poll.
     
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    *sigh*

    Karl Rove even is showing Obama winning. Welcome :: Karl Rove

    It's over, man.
     
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    People may love the story of an underdog, but people hate receiving robocalls. The RNC doesn't have a great deal of money and they're losing a lot of money to try and fight for house and senate seats so the democrats don't have 60 seats in the senate. For them to be spending money on robocalls for mccain in arizona AND montana this late in the game, is very telling.
     

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