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Anonymous

HiAre you going to do a poll for NY-26s upcoming Special US House Election ?

Anonymous

For your next couple of polls, could you ask whether Obama was born in the U.S. (to check that the release probably hasnt done much to the numbers), and also, as a baseline, ask if *McCain* was born in the U.S.The answer to the latter is actually no - McCain was born on a U.S. military base in Panama (the Supreme Court had ruled in 1901 that unincorporated territories are not part of the U.S.); I believe that McCain was still deemed eligible for the presidency because his parents were citizens and he thus had citizenship from birth..

Anonymous

Tom...please poll Washington. There is a new SUSA poll and I would like to see you do one too.

Dustin Ingalls

Are you going to do a poll for NY-26s upcoming Special US House Election ?No plans to.First anon: Thats actually not a bad suggestion.

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