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February 22, 2012


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Graham Murphy

I will be proudly voting for Barack Obama again. I just worry about the AZ campaign. They've proven to be quite disorganized and disrespectful to their volunteers. I stopped my participation as a phone bank captain because of this.


Would have liked to have seen if Obama's renaissance was in any way connected to his faceoff with Gov. Jan Brewer. That strikes me as one incident that might have had an unexpected ripple effect in Arizona (beyond the changing economic picture from which Obama appears to be benefiting).


Atrocious methodology.

Your poll has republican supporters of each primary candidate saying the other candidates are "unelectable" against obama.

Democrats fall in love with their candidates, Republicans fall in line. Once there's a nominee, Obama loses in Arizona.

Minnie Richards

I certainly hope that those asking the questions tonight, in the GOP debate, will dare to ask questions that will give the public the truth, expose radicalism and will allow ordinary people to make up their minds!So many times the questions that will provide the hard but true answers are avoided and the masses are deceived even though most stay abreast of the real issues and who has the people's best interest at heart!

Obama 2012

apetra - possibly... or the GOP will nominate Rick Santorum and he'll end up scaring the bejeesus out every independent voter in the country.

I know PPP polls are showing Santorum doing as well (or better) than Romney in the general election but I'm not buying that he's just as "electable" ... I think it's just a matter of a lot of people not knowing much about him yet.

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