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September 23, 2012


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Becky DaQuila

Obama leading with white voters in CO? I'm not trying to be rude, but that is total crap.

I think we all know that you are making up numbers.


Obama won the white vote in CO 4 years ago, so why not? On another issue, would it be possible for you guys to poll SC and GA? Probably not anywhere near swing states this year, but they've been pretty spottily polled, and any information would be good to discern long-term trends, how this year's race is playing out there, etc. Thanks!


Um becky ugh maybe not co is not the south nor is it utah. Bama won 43 in 2008 of the white vote nationwide. He is at about 40 flat now. In ca and ny he is winning the white vote bu bigger margins. So 1 point or tied. Besides this is a gop leaning pollster loke fox amd they have bama ahead in co too


Can we please see a Georgia or South Carolina poll?

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