Zogby: McCain within 2.7 of Obama

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    I have to say, I don't trust Zogby. His polls are erratic and with the debacle of the 2004 election, where he predicted a massive Kerry landslide, I don't trust him.

    Look for a siren and bold, red, writing on drudge.
     
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    How big did Zogby say Kerry would win? Why do you trust any polls? Look at New Hampshire? Ob was supposed to clean house there and Hillary beat him.
     
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    Hillary cried.

    Maybe McCain should try that.
     
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    I look at polls overall as a trend.

    The trend is your friend.

    White House 2004
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    Tick tock, tick tock, tick tock.

    Undecideds: Come out, come out, wherever you are.
     
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    Polls are bullshit, But isn't it funny that Davids will believe the ones that tell him what he wants to hear.
     
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    I don't believe individual polls, I believe in polls that show a clear trend. For what it's worth, I don't buy the 14-point lead Newsweek gave Obama nor do I buy the 10 points the New York Times gave him. I think it's about a 6 point race right now and could tighten before the election.

    This election will be a landslide in the electorial college, not in the %'s. Bush Sr. won against Dukakas 53-45, but won the electoral college 426-111.
     
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    On Election eve we will see all the pols come back to dead heat or within the margin of error for either candidate. And unless either candidate is found with a live girl or a dead boy in their bed, that won't change.
     

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