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Monday, September 22, 2008

Bleeding Heartland: Doubt we'll be seeing Obama or McCain again before November

Excerpted from this post at Bleeding Heartland

Survey USA becomes the third pollster (after CNN/Time and Selzer and
Associates for the Des Moines Register) to find Barack Obama above 50
percent in Iowa, with a double-digit lead over John McCain. The poll
found Obama ahead 54-43 ... Yes, the Big Ten Battleground States poll
showing Obama and McCain tied in Iowa is an outlier. I'm thinking the
McCain/Palin rally in Cedar Rapids on Thursday is the last we will see
of the Republican ticket before November. We may get another visit
from Joe Biden, but I doubt Obama is going to spend any more time in
Iowa before the election either. Side note: Rob Hubler and Becky
Greenwald have to be encouraged by the news that Obama is slightly
ahead in northwest Iowa and far ahead in northeast Iowa.

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