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Old 04-30-2019, 01:34 PM   #31
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New 2020 Suffolk/Globe poll in New Hampshire:

Biden 20%
Buttigieg 12%
Sanders 12%
Warren 8%
Harris 6%
Booker 3%
O'Rourke 3%
Delaney 1%
Gabbard 1%
Klobuchar 1%
Yang 1%
Castro <1%
Gillibrand <1%
Hickenlooper <1%
Messam <1%
Moulton <1%
Ryan <1%
Swalwell <1%
Williamson <1%
Inslee 0%
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Old 04-30-2019, 01:41 PM   #32
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CNN has Biden at 39%.

Realistically everybody from Booker on down is DOA and may as well drop out.

Mayor Pete is on fire.

Kamala Harris is underperforming in polls given how I thought she'd do (i.e. I figured she'd poll higher than Elizabeth Warren).
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Old 04-30-2019, 01:49 PM   #33
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CNN has Biden at 39%.

Realistically everybody from Booker on down is DOA and may as well drop out.

Mayor Pete is on fire.

Kamala Harris is underperforming in polls given how I thought she'd do (i.e. I figured she'd poll higher than Elizabeth Warren).
Well this is just New Hampshire...

But yea. Biden and Buttigeg are on an upswing, Bernie's on a downswing, Kamala and Warren are treading water and everyone else is on life support (or worse).

I imagine everyone will stay in until the debates begin though.

I think Sanders' coming out in support of Ted Bundy's voting rights is hurting him.
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no other candidate has a campaign manager with moves like napoleon. the choice is easy.
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New 2020 Suffolk/Globe poll in New Hampshire:

Biden 20%
Buttigieg 12%
Sanders 12%
Warren 8%
Harris 6%
Booker 3%
O'Rourke 3%
Delaney 1%
Gabbard 1%
Klobuchar 1%
Yang 1%
Castro <1%
Gillibrand <1%
Hickenlooper <1%
Messam <1%
Moulton <1%
Ryan <1%
Swalwell <1%
Williamson <1%
Inslee 0%


I’ve never even heard of Delaney or anyone below Hickenlooper (and every time something reminds me he’s on this list, I laugh).
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I’ve never even heard of Delaney or anyone below Hickenlooper (and every time something reminds me he’s on this list, I laugh).
Inslee is the current governor of Washington. Strong environmental candidate and very charismatic. I've met him in person. But yeah, I don't think his campaign is going anywhere.
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https://twitter.com/JaxAlemany/statu...64845401845761

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Realistically everybody from Booker on down is DOA and may as well drop out.

Mayor Pete is on fire.


It’s April. Of 2019.

Mayor Pete could be at less than a percent and Booker could be in front in a year.

The only things that matter is their bank size and if their numbers make them eligible for the debates. Until then, it’s an open game for anyone.
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April 2015.

If I recall correctly, the winner is in a category that’s less than a percent.

And some of the candidates at 1-3% made it farther than some who had actual numbers.
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Not a good day for Roseanne’s husband.
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April 2015.

If I recall correctly, the winner is in a category that’s less than a percent.

And some of the candidates at 1-3% made it farther than some who had actual numbers.
He didn't announce until June, and was near the top almost immediately.

The polls this early aren't the end all be all, but they're also not meaningless.
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He didn't announce until June, and was near the top almost immediately.

The polls this early aren't the end all be all, but they're also not meaningless.


Because he called Mexicans rapists and murderers that June. Shock shock.

The polls aren’t meaningless and you can imagine that those who currently are polling well will make it to the debates.

For those not polling well, all that matters is if they can qualify for the debates. Like Trump. Like Fiorina. Like Carson.

Of course, those three also all have something in common. They were “outsiders.”
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Because he called Mexicans rapists and murderers that June. Shock shock.

The polls aren’t meaningless and you can imagine that those who currently are polling well will make it to the debates.

For those not polling well, all that matters is if they can qualify for the debates. Like Trump. Like Fiorina. Like Carson.

Of course, those three also all have something in common. They were “outsiders.”
Right but Trump never polled poorly. He polled well from the moment he entered the race, so there was no concern of his not making the debates.
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Right but Trump never polled poorly. He polled well from the moment he entered the race, so there was no concern of his not making the debates.


What are you talking about? He barely made it into the debate. He wasn’t on every polling, and his last three major polls were 1%, 2%, and “not even on the register.”

He shot up at the debate because of what he said. That’s precisely my point. As long as someone can make it that far, they’re fair game. Donald Trump was a joke until that point.
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What are you talking about? He barely made it into the debate. He wasn’t on every polling, and his last three major polls were 1%, 2%, and “not even on the register.”

He shot up at the debate because of what he said. That’s precisely my point. As long as someone can make it that far, they’re fair game. Donald Trump was a joke until that point.
https://www.realclearpolitics.com/ep...tion-3823.html

He announced in May, was polling high in July, and the first televised debate was August.
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