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Re: Has Obama's wave crested?

You do realize he has been screaming up poll numbers...

Reached 250,000 donors in January ALONE!!!!

Raised $32,000,000+ dollars in January ALONE!!!

I think he's well on his way to super tuesday.


by chicagogene 2008-01-31 07:48PM | 0 recs
Re: Has Obama's wave crested?

The voters would put everyone in their place on Feb 5 .

Won't it be fun if Hillary Clinton crushes Obama like the survey usa poll shows if it is right in MA.

With Ted Kennedy and the Kennedy dynasty, Deval Patrick and John Kerry supporting him you would think he would win.

The little known secret is that MA citizens aren't that in love with Deval Patrick and John Kerry.

I would think their endorsements might turn out to be a negative or a wash in MA.

by lori 2008-01-31 08:05PM | 0 recs
Re: Has Obama's wave crested?

And if she wins 16-20 of the races certainly not an affirmation what teh democratic party wants. Just like FL meaningless.

by ottovbvs 2008-02-01 03:48AM | 0 recs
Re: Has Obama's wave crested?

Do you thin Rezco's trial in Feb will affect the race?

by del 2008-02-01 09:55AM | 0 recs
Re: Has Obama's wave crested?

That happened about three weeks ago already.

by Jerome Armstrong 2008-02-01 04:56AM | 0 recs
Re: Has Obama's wave crested?

I think he has a nice wave and I do think it builds along and still is.  But Hillary has a wave on her own, it's bigger and stronger, it's not in the media or the pundits or on the internet, I think it's among the people, the voters, and we'll see that on Tuesday, I'm hoping.

by reasonwarrior 2008-02-01 06:08AM | 0 recs
Re: Has Obama's wave crested? NOT YET

The Rasmussen Reports daily Presidential Tracking Poll for Friday shows Barack Obama inching closer to Hillary Clinton in the race for the Democratic Presidential Nomination. It's now Clinton 43%, Obama 37%. (see recent daily numbers). A week ago, Clinton had an eleven point advantage, 41% to 30%.

Daily tracking results are collected via nightly telephone surveys and reported on a four-day rolling average basis. The last two nights of tracking were the first without John Edwards in the race. For those two nights, it's Clinton 44% and Obama 42% meaning that Clinton's support is essentially unchanged. This suggests that many former Edwards supporters now support Obama, many others have yet to make a decision, and few currently support Clinton.


Still has momentum and closing fast.

by BDM 2008-02-01 06:14AM | 0 recs
Re: Has Obama's wave crested? NOT YET

There have been week-long dips where Rasmussen was just out-of-whack and we all know how they miserably miscalculated the New Hampshire projections.  I'm not confident about Rasmussen and in fact, stopped going there after their polling data seemed faulty.

And don't forget - many have already voted- I for one voted already in California for Hillary.

by reasonwarrior 2008-02-01 06:33AM | 0 recs


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