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Thursday, September 18, 2008

Constitution Daily: Splitting the difference

Excerpted from this post at Constitution Daily

We've now had two polls conducted in Iowa showing McCain up by six or
down by 12. The problem with both of these polls is they are both done
by biased organizations. So let me just split the difference.
McCain/Palin is down by six points right now in Iowa. In 2004, polling
at this time in the election gave an average advantage to Bush over
Kerry by 3.5 points. This comparison doesn't look too good for McCain
especially when you factor in the Palin bounce that happened
everywhere, including here in Iowa. So what does this mean for Iowa
Republicans? We can't wait any longer to get out and talk to our
friends, neighbors, and families. If you are in the 1st you need to
tell them how Hartsuch and Reed are everyday Joes and will not toe the
establishment line.

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