>I Thought We Answered The Exit Polls Question

>2% reporting, polls shut for only 27 minutes and they’re making calls?

Update: Obama appears to have won Ozaukee County.

Based on my many years living here, this was definitely not a vote for him as a candidate, but a vote for who they feel McCain can slaughter in November (open primary, remember), because the residents here do not believe in “change.”

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6 comments

  1. Anonymous · February 20, 2008

    >who do you think will be more likely to beat mccain — clinton or obama?

  2. Anonymous · February 20, 2008

    >who do you think will be more likely to beat mccain — clinton or obama?

  3. Hikaru · February 20, 2008

    >Clinton. Hands down.

  4. Hikaru · February 20, 2008

    >Clinton. Hands down.

  5. Anonymous · February 20, 2008

    >it’s very early, but there have been some polls that show obama beating mccain by a small margin and clinton losing to mccain by a small margin.but i think those polls were taken on a national level. it would be more useful to have a state-by-state poll and an estimate of the electoral college tally.

  6. Anonymous · February 20, 2008

    >it’s very early, but there have been some polls that show obama beating mccain by a small margin and clinton losing to mccain by a small margin.but i think those polls were taken on a national level. it would be more useful to have a state-by-state poll and an estimate of the electoral college tally.

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