I'll be up for a few more hours yet. : )
Still some races not decided and after all these months, political junkies like me are too excited to sleep yet.
I'll be up for a few more hours yet. : )
Still some races not decided and after all these months, political junkies like me are too excited to sleep yet.
|by 2012 Poll Troll||reply 116||11/08/2012|
WISCONSIN - SENATE
Looks like Baldwin (D) has beaten Thompson (R) by about 5 points now that over 90% of the votes are in:
Baldwin - 51%
Thompson - 46%
|by 2012 Poll Troll||reply 1||11/07/2012|
Poll Troll, I really appreciate all your hard work in keeping us updated on all the election goings-on. I *heart* Poll Troll.
|by 2012 Poll Troll||reply 2||11/07/2012|
Thanks, R2. : )
I might post here about some of the post-election aftermath and undecided races.
The Michelle Bachmann race is so close it may have to go to a re-count!
|by 2012 Poll Troll||reply 3||11/07/2012|
Tammy Baldwin carried the U.S. Senate race in Wisconsin.
|by 2012 Poll Troll||reply 4||11/07/2012|
Nevada Precinct Captain, are you here tonight? I haven't heard from you!
Busy tonight in NV? : ) I hope you check in tomorrow!
|by 2012 Poll Troll||reply 5||11/07/2012|
I'm so proud of Tammy Baldwin. I had no doubt that Obama was going to win Wisconsin, but I really thought that Thompson was going to eeke the state out simply because of the gay issue.
Wisconsin is more progressive than I thought. I am thrilled.
|by 2012 Poll Troll||reply 6||11/07/2012|
It makes me very happy to think of Bachmann having a breakdown right now.
|by 2012 Poll Troll||reply 7||11/07/2012|
Amazing turnaround from 6 months ago, R4. Just back in June the people in WISCONSIN voted to keep their Republican Governor, and yet tonight they voted for Barack Obama, and for the first openly-gay Senator, Tammy Baldwin.
Appears the state isn't as conservative as the Republicans thought afterall.
|by 2012 Poll Troll||reply 8||11/07/2012|
Patricia Heaton @PatriciaHeaton
At least the president can't blame the mess he's "inheriting" on anyone else but himself!
|by 2012 Poll Troll||reply 9||11/07/2012|
I hope that Mrs. Allen West has some family and friends around tonight. I wouldn't want to be alone with that lunatic as he's losing his seat in the House.
|by 2012 Poll Troll||reply 10||11/07/2012|
Victoria Jackson @vicjackshow
The Democrat Party voted God out and replaced Him with Romans 1. In the Good vs. Evil battle...today...Evil won.
|by 2012 Poll Troll||reply 11||11/07/2012|
Have Patty Heaton's fake tits exploded in her ugly face yet?
|by 2012 Poll Troll||reply 12||11/07/2012|
Is Patricia Heaton still talking?
|by 2012 Poll Troll||reply 13||11/07/2012|
R6, here is the visual map for Wisconsin where you can click on President/Senate. Obama & Baldwin won almost exactly the same counties in the state and both won by a very similar margin (about 5 points each).
|by 2012 Poll Troll||reply 14||11/07/2012|
[quote]Rep. Allen West loses reelection
11/07/12 01:34 AM ET
Freshman Republican Rep. Allen West (Fla.) lost to Democrat Patrick Murphy in one of the closest, nastiest races in the nation, according to MSNBC election projections.
Despite out-raising Murphy nearly 5-to-1 and launching biting attacks on the Democrat, West fell short by just over 1,000 votes, with 97 percent of Florida's 18th District reporting, according to MSNBC.
West, a Tea Party favorite, had not conceded, and it was unclear whether he would request a recount.
|by 2012 Poll Troll||reply 15||11/07/2012|
I LOVE THE POLL TROLL!
And DR. LULU FONG TOO!
|by 2012 Poll Troll||reply 16||11/07/2012|
Patricia Heaton is still alive?
|by 2012 Poll Troll||reply 17||11/07/2012|
[quote]Fiery Dem Alan Grayson to rejoin House
11/06/12 09:34 PM ET
Former Rep. Alan Grayson (D-Fla.) beat Republican opponent Todd Long and will return to the House for his second, non-consecutive term, the Associated Press reported.
Grayson is remembered for his fiery temper — he once called some members of the GOP "right-wing lunatics" — and liberal politics. He will represent Florida's new and heavily Democratic 9th District.
"It feels great," Grayson said Tuesday night, according to the Orlando Sentinel. "I'm going to do my best when it comes to jobs, when it comes to housing, when it comes to education [and] when it comes to human needs."
Grayson was unseated in 2010 by Rep. Daniel Webster (R-Fla.).
|by 2012 Poll Troll||reply 18||11/07/2012|
Allen West goes down!! What a night!
Love ya poll trol.Thanks again!
|by 2012 Poll Troll||reply 19||11/07/2012|
[quote]Florida Congressional District 18 [100% in]
Patrick Murphy (D) 50% -> 160,328
Allen West (R) 50% -> 157,872
|by 2012 Poll Troll||reply 20||11/07/2012|
NATIONAL POPULAR VOTE
OBAMA - (50%) - 57,746,909
ROMNEY - (48%) - 55,886,476
|by 2012 Poll Troll||reply 21||11/07/2012|
Puerto Rico votes for statehood.
|by 2012 Poll Troll||reply 22||11/07/2012|
Looks like Michelle Bachmann is going to narrowly hang on in Minnesota (51-49).
At least Jim Graves gave her the scare of her life!
|by 2012 Poll Troll||reply 23||11/07/2012|
Incumbent Republican Mary Bono Mack is trailing in California
|by 2012 Poll Troll||reply 24||11/07/2012|
Looks like Ron Barber (D), who succeeded Gabrielle Giffords, narrowly lost tonight in Arizona.
|by 2012 Poll Troll||reply 25||11/07/2012|
Sean Patrick Maloney (D) beat Nan Hayworth (R) Incumbent in NEW YORK 18
|by 2012 Poll Troll||reply 26||11/07/2012|
Dan Maffei (D) beat Ann Marie Buerkle (R) Incumbent in NEW YORK 24
|by 2012 Poll Troll||reply 27||11/07/2012|
A BIG BRAVO to 2012 Poll Troll, Lulu Fong and Nate Silver! All of their updates/analysis kept me from totally losing it this election season.
|by 2012 Poll Troll||reply 29||11/07/2012|
Jim Matheson (D) (Incumbent) held off Mia Love (R) in UTAH
He was endorsed by the Huntsman family.
|by 2012 Poll Troll||reply 30||11/07/2012|
R29, do you mean because when you watched the regular mainstream media they would give you the impression that Romney was going to win?
Thanks for the comment, btw. : )
|by 2012 Poll Troll||reply 31||11/07/2012|
[quote] Puerto Rico votes for statehood.
Of the entire night, this is the most surprising news. I never, ever thought Puerto Rico would ever vote for statehood. This is an interesting development.
Obama said he would respect Puerto Rico's vote, which would now be sent to the US Congress for approval.
It has been over 50 years since Hawaii and Alaska were added to the Union, and it boggles my mind to think that we would need to change the flag and a whole other shitload of things by adding PR to the USA.
|by 2012 Poll Troll||reply 32||11/07/2012|
does that mean our flag has to be redone? Imagine if repubs try to block their statehood.
|by 2012 Poll Troll||reply 33||11/07/2012|
Yes Poll Troll, all the pundits, anchors, pontificators seemed to all be building this Romney-will-win narrative and it was infuriating and nerve-wracking, but thankfully DL/Nate Silver brought the truth and logic. So grateful to you PT12 for that! And you're welcome!
|by 2012 Poll Troll||reply 34||11/07/2012|
They might, R33, even though I think the GOP platform says they should be admitted if they so choose. It would be another probably reliable blue state. I don't see the Republicans being too happy about that.
|by 2012 Poll Troll||reply 35||11/07/2012|
Well, to keep an even 50 states if we have to add Puerto Rico, then we could drop any one of the following (or maybe even all of them): Utah, Kentucky, Indiana, Wyoming, Mississippi, Alabama, etc.
|by 2012 Poll Troll||reply 36||11/07/2012|
You'd think Republicans might re-evaluate their stance on issues and realize they're on the wrong side of everything. I think this election shows that maybe (hopefully) fear and rhetoric don't work.
|by 2012 Poll Troll||reply 37||11/07/2012|
Can someone please start a thread with a poll:
"What or who precipitated Shitt Romney's downfall the most?"
the dog on the roof; his ill-advised trip to London; Clint Eastwood; James Carter IV; Big Bird; Binders full of women; not disclosing his tax returns; not using Ann sparingly; Mitt underestimating the American public; Sandy.
We need to gloat, and we need to discuss.
|by 2012 Poll Troll||reply 38||11/07/2012|
Any sane Republican leadership would say:
(1) The writing is on the wall: Abortion is off the table, and any Republican who defends abortion restrictions, particularly after rape, is out of the party.
(2) Same-sex marriage is the future. Get on board.
(3) Tea partiers are not welcome. Joe Walsh, Allen West are history. Finance a strong Republican to replace Michelle Bachman.
INSTEAD here's how they'll reason:
(1) We need a couple more Coloreds -- oops, articulate and clean-cut Latiners and Africans to be Republican faces.
(2) Palin is popular. Maybe we can send her to school for four years?
(3) Buy more voting machines.
|by 2012 Poll Troll||reply 39||11/07/2012|
R36, I would edit your list to put Arizona first because the mess in that state is only going to get worse. I live in a nearby state with more than our share of military retirees; they are one of the most reactionary, pustulent groups I've ever seen. Arizona doesn't stand a chance of getting better until those old men die off, ending their double-dipper pensions.
|by 2012 Poll Troll||reply 40||11/07/2012|
Connie Mack (R) lost his Senate seat in Florida.
Mary Bono Mack (R) lost her Congressional seat in California.
Maybe this long distance husband and wife might actually have to move in and be miserable together.
|by 2012 Poll Troll||reply 41||11/07/2012|
I loved that when Biden walked on stage he spread his arms like "yeah bitches its me!"
|by 2012 Poll Troll||reply 42||11/07/2012|
"If we don't run Chris Christie, Romney will be the nominee and we'll lose."
|by 2012 Poll Troll||reply 43||11/07/2012|
Turned out almost as I'd predicted: Prez has 303 EVs (waiting on FL) and won the popular vote (so far) by about 2-1/2%. (I'd figured 3-5%). But I was wrong about North Carolina.
Thank you Poll Troll, Dr. Lulu Fong & Nate Silver, because I gleaned this pretty much by watching y'all.
|by 2012 Poll Troll||reply 44||11/07/2012|
Why Florida electoral votes still didn't go to Obama?
|by 2012 Poll Troll||reply 45||11/07/2012|
Because I don't think FL has been called yet.
I also wonder whether all the provisional and affidavit ballots will be counted; and Jersey's total (they have til Fri to vote because of the storm).
|by 2012 Poll Troll||reply 46||11/07/2012|
They'll go sometime today. They're saying it's too close to call and so they're rechecking it.
|by 2012 Poll Troll||reply 47||11/07/2012|
If the margin in Florida is less than a full percentage point, it triggers an automatic recount. Barack Obama will once again carry the state.
|by 2012 Poll Troll||reply 48||11/07/2012|
I also had Obama at 303, and I did not call North Carolina.
(But I did not call Florida for Obama either).
|by 2012 Poll Troll||reply 49||11/07/2012|
[quote]Puerto Rico votes for statehood.
Yes but the referendum did not include the current status amongst the choices for political status, only a separate question "do you want the current territorial status?" to which pro-independence people also answered No.
Then, separately, you had to choose between Statehood, Independence or a new Sovereign Free State that was a mashed-up, poorly worded choice that did not mean current status. So Commonwealthers (like me) abandoned that question altogether and voted only YES on the "current status" one which lost to a margin not acceptable for serious US consideration (less than two-thirds and with the help of Nationalists). In any case, statehood is a pipe dream (and run here by a lot of Republican-minded 1% anti-gay/abortion Romney types).
More importantly, statehood party's incumbent governor lost (in a very tight race that inevitably will be recounted or at least questioned) because he fired a lot of government and forgot about the poor. Same ol'same ol'.
And Most importantly, gay-friendly female San Juan candidate for mayor beat 12-year incumbent statehood mayor. And the pro-statehood state represantative in Congress who did win (they have no vote) is thankfully a Democrat chummy with Obama.
|by 2012 Poll Troll||reply 50||11/07/2012|
Thank you,PT! I appreciate all your hard work keeping us updated during this election cycle. YOU ROCK!
|by 2012 Poll Troll||reply 51||11/07/2012|
-- poll troll: please join the Datalounge Facebook group so we can shower you with 'real people' praise!!
|by 2012 Poll Troll||reply 52||11/07/2012|
PT12/Nate Silver 2016!
|by 2012 Poll Troll||reply 53||11/07/2012|
Here in the NY 24th, where projections have the Democrat Dan Maffei retaking his former seat in Congress, he has actually not declared victory because minor-league freshman Teabagger Ann Marie Buerkle has not conceded.
Maffei is leading by some 12,000 votes with more than 21,000 absentee ballots outstanding. That should hold for Maffei.
But this race was closer than it needed to be because the Green Party candidate got around 8 percent of the vote, and surely most of those votes would have helped widen the Democrat's lead had the Greens not been on the ballot.
I'm all for the Green Party expanding where they can win in local races, but in close, important races sometimes I wish they would consider staying back and helping the Dems win the tough ones.
|by 2012 Poll Troll||reply 54||11/07/2012|
Thanks, R52. : )
I may try to visit there over the next few days when I catch my breath.
|by 2012 Poll Troll||reply 55||11/07/2012|
[quote]Yes but the referendum did not include the current status amongst the choices for political status, only a separate question "do you want the current territorial status?" to which pro-independence people also answered No.
Puerto Ricans will never give up the trillions of dollars of SSI they collect (illegally) from the U.S. It is illegal to live outside the US and collect SSI. But Puerto Ricans do it by "moving" in with relatives in the US (NY mostly), filing for SSI, having the checks deposited into a bank they can access in PR and move back home to PR. Social Security knows this is happening because many Puerto Ricans never use their Medicaid (they can't use it in PR). All other SSI recipients use the hell out of Medicaid. It has been deemed politically incorrect to do anything about it so the study SSA regional office in NY did years ago to prove this has been shelved.
|by 2012 Poll Troll||reply 56||11/07/2012|
In one of the surprises for the U.S. Senate, it's looking like Jon Tester (D) will hold onto his seat in Montana.
Most people, even Nate Silver, projected that he would lose in a close race to Rehberg (R), but with 81% of the vote in now after leading all night and into the morning, he's still ahead 49% - 45%.
|by 2012 Poll Troll||reply 57||11/07/2012|
I'm going to post a few news highlight clips.
Claire McCaskill Wins Missouri Senate Race
|by 2012 Poll Troll||reply 58||11/07/2012|
Tammy Baldwin Becomes First Openly Gay Senator
|by 2012 Poll Troll||reply 59||11/07/2012|
R58, those two purse-mouthed women standing to McCaskill's left are reminiscent of Cinderella's stepsisters.
|by 2012 Poll Troll||reply 60||11/07/2012|
Elizabeth Warren Wins Massachusetts Senate Race
|by 2012 Poll Troll||reply 61||11/07/2012|
Todd Akin's Bizarre Concession Speech
|by 2012 Poll Troll||reply 62||11/07/2012|
Joe Donnelly's victory speech
|by 2012 Poll Troll||reply 63||11/07/2012|
Joe Donnelly is a hot daddy bear.
|by 2012 Poll Troll||reply 64||11/07/2012|
GREAT JOB FOR THE ENTIRE YEAR POLL TROLL. YOU ARE THE BEST!
I got all my political news through you
|by 2012 Poll Troll||reply 65||11/07/2012|
[quote]gay-friendly female San Juan candidate for mayor beat 12-year incumbent statehood mayor.
BTW, that incumbent was the one who took the embarassing public Christmas card picture that went viral, with the dissected animals from the museum.
He's got one more Christmas to pull something off, though.
|by 2012 Poll Troll||reply 66||11/07/2012|
Porn actors must wear condoms law passed in Los Angeles County. It also requires producers to get permits to film sex scenes.
No doubt another industry that will soon be lost to California.
|by 2012 Poll Troll||reply 67||11/07/2012|
R67 you do know that California is larger than LA County, don't you?
|by 2012 Poll Troll||reply 68||11/07/2012|
Yes I do, R68. But Porn is a very big industry here, just as other industries in Southern California that have been lost here over the past 30-40 years.
|by 2012 Poll Troll||reply 69||11/07/2012|
Dan Lungren lost his seat. Good!
|by 2012 Poll Troll||reply 70||11/07/2012|
Limpballs said this morning:
"Conservatism didn't lose last night. It's just very difficult to beat Santa Claus."
|by 2012 Poll Troll||reply 71||11/07/2012|
Whites went from 74 to 72 percent of the vote. They'll be under 70 percent in 2016.
|by 2012 Poll Troll||reply 72||11/07/2012|
AP RACE CALL: Montana Sen. Jon Tester wins re-election. #Election2012 -RAS — @AP via SocialFlow
|by 2012 Poll Troll||reply 73||11/07/2012|
Brian Williams: “Donald Trump, who has driven well past the last exit to relevance and peered into something closer to irresponsible here, is tweeting tonight,”
|by 2012 Poll Troll||reply 74||11/07/2012|
Democrats now have an 11-seat advantage in the Senate(this includes V.P. Biden).
|by 2012 Poll Troll||reply 75||11/07/2012|
James Deen campaigned heavily against the condoms law!
|by 2012 Poll Troll||reply 76||11/07/2012|
Well, it really is only a 10-seat advantage. Biden only votes in the case of a tie.
I thought Carmona had a real chance of pulling it out. Still, I'm very happy with the pick-ups.
|by 2012 Poll Troll||reply 77||11/07/2012|
Obama now has almost a 2.7 million lead in the Popular Vote
|by 2012 Poll Troll||reply 78||11/07/2012|
Well, Obama can pretty much get any of his Supreme Court nominees through easily with a 10 seat advantage, at least within the next 2 years. You can't underestimate the importance of that.
|by 2012 Poll Troll||reply 79||11/07/2012|
If Hillary doesn't run in 2016, it's going to be a contest between Kirsten Gillibrand and Brian Schweitzer for the Democratic nominee. Both of them appeal to Democrats and Republicans.
|by 2012 Poll Troll||reply 80||11/07/2012|
They need 60 votes to invoke cloture. It only takes one senator to filibuster. UNLESS, Harry Reid pushes filibuster reform in the next session.
|by 2012 Poll Troll||reply 81||11/07/2012|
Several California races still too close to call
November 7, 2012 | 10:06 am
Election-night tallies in several congressional and legislative races left open the possibility the outcomes could change when provisional and remaining absentee ballots are counted.
The California secretary of state's office listed seven such battles on its website.
Among the most closely watched were the fights between Rep. Dan Lungren (R-Gold River) and Democrat Ami Bera, who had a lead Wednesday morning in the District 7 race of fewer than 200 votes.
Another was the contest between Rep. Brian P. Bilbrae (R-Carlsbad) and environmental attorney Scott Peters of San Diego. Peters had a lead of about 600 votes Wednesday morning.
Both national parties and outside groups spent heavily on those races.
|by 2012 Poll Troll||reply 82||11/07/2012|
Here's the link to Zachary Quinto's Twitter feed that someone else mentioned earlier.
It has some photos & video of his involvement with Team Obama last night.
|by 2012 Poll Troll||reply 83||11/07/2012|
From Fordham University's Costas Panagopoulos, director of the university's Center for Electoral Politics and Democracy. Rankings of the most accurate pollsters of 2012:
1. PPP (D)
1. Daily Kos/SEIU/PPP
5. Purple Strategies
13. Pew Research
13. Hartford Courant/UConn
15. FOX News
15. Washington Times/JZ Analytics
15. Newsmax/JZ Analytics
15. American Research Group
15. Gravis Marketing
23. Democracy Corps (D)
27. National Journal
|by 2012 Poll Troll||reply 84||11/07/2012|
R79, do you foresee an exodus of liberal justices within that period so he can replace them?
I've wondered if some of the older ones are just waiting for the right political climate before they retire.
|by 2012 Poll Troll||reply 85||11/07/2012|
[quote]Brian Williams: “Donald Trump, who has driven well past the last exit to relevance and peered into something closer to irresponsible here, is tweeting tonight,”
Of course, Brian Williams is now on Trump's hit list. He tweeted a response along the lines of "You wish you had my ratings".
|by 2012 Poll Troll||reply 87||11/07/2012|
YouGov and Ipsos/Reuters were both internet polls. YouGov has now been pretty good two elections in a row. With cell phones becoming a bigger and bigger issue every year, it seems clear that the internet is the future of polling. I'm glad someone is figuring it out.
But let's be clear, you have to go down to number six on the list to get to someone who called cell phones. And Gallup called 50 percent cell phones and they were a laughingstock this cycle.
|by 2012 Poll Troll||reply 88||11/07/2012|
I guess calling cellphones doesn't matter if you're going to intentionally skew the results anyway, or should I say "if your base methodology and assumptions are flawed?"
|by 2012 Poll Troll||reply 89||11/07/2012|
Interesting about PPP, they are robopollers and everyone bitches about that - claiming they are less accurate than outfits using human callers.
PPP's the only polling organization who contacted me this year.
|by 2012 Poll Troll||reply 90||11/07/2012|
What the hell was going on with Gallup?
|by 2012 Poll Troll||reply 91||11/07/2012|
Gallup has been at the bottom of the pack for the last two presidential elections. Surely the media won't be highlighting their polls next time.
|by 2012 Poll Troll||reply 92||11/07/2012|
Nate silver did a post about Gallup the SKEWERED it. It has never been that reliable and the fact that the media relies on it and Rasmussen so much speaks VOLUMES about the sad state of journalism today.
Just read this post.
|by 2012 Poll Troll||reply 93||11/07/2012|
CNN projected that North Dakota stays Democratic for U.S. Senate with Heidi Heitkamp prevailing over Republican/Tea Party Rick Berg. She was underestimated but ran a strong statewide campaign with much appeal.
|by 2012 Poll Troll||reply 94||11/07/2012|
Doesn't the NBC Nightly News with Brian Williams have higher ratings than Celebrity Apprentice?
|by 2012 Poll Troll||reply 95||11/07/2012|
Yes, 10 million vs. 7 million.
|by 2012 Poll Troll||reply 96||11/07/2012|
Allen West seeks recount but isn't within recount margin:
|by 2012 Poll Troll||reply 97||11/07/2012|
So, referring to another thread, looks like the "top half" of the pollsters beat the "bottom half," as expected!
|by 2012 Poll Troll||reply 98||11/07/2012|
|by 2012 Poll Troll||reply 99||11/07/2012|
I could be wrong, r81, but I thought that by custom the Senate does not filibuster Supreme Court nominations, at least in recent decades.
Which is not to say it couldn't happen, I suppose, particularly if a conservative justice's seat were to open up under Obama.
|by 2012 Poll Troll||reply 100||11/07/2012|
It would be very difficult for the Repubs to successfully filibuster an extremely well qualified Supreme Court nominee, even if that person was replacing one of the conservative Justices.
|by 2012 Poll Troll||reply 101||11/07/2012|
Welcome back, Alan Grayson!
|by 2012 Poll Troll||reply 102||11/07/2012|
R101 Which brings up a good question: do you think all of the ones we need to get rid of are going to try to hang on at all costs for the next four years?
|by 2012 Poll Troll||reply 103||11/07/2012|
[quote]Well, Obama can pretty much get any of his Supreme Court nominees through easily with a 10 seat advantage, at least within the next 2 years. You can't underestimate the importance of that.
And I'm with you R102, I was hoping Grayson would get back in, he's a STRONG liberal voice. We lost Weiner and Barney Frank and we need a really vocal, take no prisoners liberal in there to push back on conservatives.
|by 2012 Poll Troll||reply 104||11/07/2012|
Aren't Warren, King & Baldwin also pretty progressive? Warren's made no bones about the fact that she's a hard-lefty (bless her!) And Bernie Sanders won in a walkover.
|by 2012 Poll Troll||reply 105||11/07/2012|
r103, Scalia would be a head in a bottle if he could.
|by 2012 Poll Troll||reply 106||11/07/2012|
Supreme Court Justices do often seem to plan their retirements around who is in the White House. That said, they also delay and hang onto power, hoping that the political landscape will become (even) more favorable. The saddest case is Thurgood Marshall, who stayed on long past his prime until he had no real choice but to resign and then saw his "black seat" go to Clarence Thomas. His final public appearances were horribly bitter.
|by 2012 Poll Troll||reply 107||11/07/2012|
How ill is Ruth Bader Ginsburg? She's had cancer. And, of the right wing, who is oldest/in poorest health?
|by 2012 Poll Troll||reply 108||11/07/2012|
R105, you are right and the more the merrier!
|by 2012 Poll Troll||reply 109||11/07/2012|
I don't know about the health of the right-wing contingent, but Scalia is the oldest.
|by 2012 Poll Troll||reply 110||11/07/2012|
[quote]Rankings of the most accurate pollsters of 2012:
Hopefully this will be the end of what was left of Rasmussen's credibility.
|by 2012 Poll Troll||reply 111||11/07/2012|
[quote]And Bernie Sanders won in a walkover.
Yup! Sanders won 71% of Vermont last night. Vermont is actually the most liberal state in the country now.
Look at the sweep of it on this map!
|by 2012 Poll Troll||reply 112||11/07/2012|
I wish I could move there.
Has Florida turned blue yet?
|by 2012 Poll Troll||reply 113||11/07/2012|
I love Bernie Sanders, and Vermont for voting for him.
|by 2012 Poll Troll||reply 114||11/07/2012|
Obama did almost as well as Bernie Sanders in Vermont - 67% of the vote, with all but 2 counties blue.
Vermont is Obama's best state in the entire continental 48 (Only Hawaii had a higher vote %)
Take a look!
|by 2012 Poll Troll||reply 115||11/07/2012|
Florida is Obama.
|by 2012 Poll Troll||reply 116||11/08/2012|