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Yes. These results do look like Rasmussens but I thnink the absence of cell only votes is enough to sway the results by at least 5 points. I did the cell phone portion of a Pierce County state senate candidates primary GOTV effort. In my legislative district which is bluer than blue, we found support for the Democrat was 10 points higher in the cell group than the landline grouping. We also discovered that only 2 of our PCs still had landlines.

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Not to worry, if its that close there will be enough voter fraud in King county to make up the difference.


It may all come down to the Dems holding serve in West Virginia. Of course, they have to hold serve in California as well. Rossi was a seat the Republicans needed, and Murray hasnt been able to close the deal and is deservedly in big trouble. Shes not the brightest candidate.


PPPs final polling looks a lot like Rasmussen - congratulations!


Be the wave, Washington. Be the wave. And Patrick Murray: DLTDHYOTWO


Based on the numbers you have released thus far, it looks like WV could end up being the Democrats firewall against a GOP takeover of the Senate.Of course, at 50-50, Lieberman, Webb, Ben Nelson would be prime candidates to flip.


Will you release the other states in the next hours or will you go to sleep now ... ;-)If yes, which state is next ?


I think one reason that the number of respondents who said they voted for Obama is less than Obamas 2008 percentage of the vote is many people are probably embarrassed or have selective amnesia on the issue.

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