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What about Jon Huntsman clobbering Obama in Utah? http://publicpolicypolling.blogspot.com/2011/07/breaking-news-obama-will-not-win-utah.htmlYour poll from a week ago...


So what you actually mean is that you have found a republican who leads in his home state against Obama but you dont care for him right? You didnt even include the results of Paul vs Obama in New Jersey. is that because you didnt like the results?


This reads mostly as an indicator of the increased polarization of the states. Home-field advantage might still exist, but if it does, its no longer a big enough effect to overcome the natural leanings of a state. If there was a serious contender from Missouri or Virginia, that might yield some enlightening data on the subject, but, alas, none has emerged.

Dustin Ingalls

Whoops, yeah, Huntsman does beat Obama. Correction forthcoming.You didnt even include the results of Paul vs Obama in New Jersey. is that because you didnt like the results?We didnt poll Paul against Obama anywhere but his home state and a couple times nationally.

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