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Old 10-31-2004, 12:24 PM   #76
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I'm from Florida and I hope this state doesn't make the same mistake as last year.

Kerry-Edwards!!!
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Old 10-31-2004, 02:28 PM   #77
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Zogby has just conducted a poll of mobile phone users. You can find the results here.

In short, 6039 likely voters were polled and the margin was:

Kerry 55%
Bush 40%

Also significant is that only 2.3% of those polled ages 18-29 did not plan on voting.
I'm a little worried about this one because of where they are getting the numbers from -- Rock the Vote has traditionally leaned Democrat. That being said, at least they have this contigent covered now and those numbers are insane.

The bigger issue I think is that only 2.3% do not plan to vote. I really think we could be pushing 60% turnout of eligible voters. I'm heading to the polls at 6am so I don't have to wait in line later. I would suggest you all do the same if you haven't voted absentee yet.
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Old 10-31-2004, 02:35 PM   #78
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I'm a little worried about this one because of where they are getting the numbers from -- Rock the Vote has traditionally leaned Democrat. That being said, at least they have this contigent covered now and those numbers are insane.

The bigger issue I think is that only 2.3% do not plan to vote. I really think we could be pushing 60% turnout of eligible voters. I'm heading to the polls at 6am so I don't have to wait in line later. I would suggest you all do the same if you haven't voted absentee yet.
my question is how did the 20-30 year olds vote in the 2000 election?
was the spread the same? closer?
does anybody know?
how was that breadown?

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Old 10-31-2004, 04:57 PM   #79
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When people get excited about national polls
I guess we're all easily excitable right now to say the least.

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