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Anonymous

You should consider polling Ohio the week after next. Lots going on. In particular the Dems announced today they may try to put the new elections law up for a vote in 2012.

Anonymous

CO. No-brainer.IA is probably worth a look before Ames but I wouldnt get too spastic overpolling it.WV is a good option. Interested to see Manchins numbers. Obamas approval should be positively ghastly there.HI, SC: not really interested in anything there right now. I wouldnt waste time on a trailing primary and rebutting an internal poll.

Anonymous

Poll marijuana + gay marriage for Colorado as theyre probably going to have ballot measures on them in 2012.

Anonymous

Next week could you put up Ohio as one of the choices??? I would like to get verification from Qunnipiacs recent number showing Kasich falling even more. Also, want to see if Mandel is having an impact and what Jim Jordan would be doing as a Senate candidate were he to get in.

Pat H

Personally, Colorado can wait. West Virginia actually has an election this year. There is only 3 months to poll(or less) to poll the Governors race there. There is no rush to poll Colorado.

Anonymous

You really should check on the numbers leading up to the Ames, IA, straw poll next week. Thats currently the biggest game in town.

Anonymous

Colorado and North Carolina will be good ones for showing how the President stands after the solution to the budget debate.Ordinarily I would suggest Kentucky because it hasnt been polled for a very long time -- but it isnt going to decide anything. CO and NC will.

Anonymous

Iowa...a purple-state...cmon...please?

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