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‘Wow.’ That ‘BIG’ lead for Rubio in early voting in Florida totals 37 votes

It’s no secret polls are used in an attempt to mobilize bias in political campaigns. No one used the poll as weapon more effectively than then-senator Barack Obama in 2008 to win the Democrats’ nomination and presidency. His campaign used … Continue reading

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Ten questions moderators should ask in March 3 GOP debate

Having watched most of the GOP debates and a couple Democrat events, I’ve come to realize these TV broadcasts simply recycle the same issues. We rarely learn anything new or substantive about a candidate’s ideas. Trump’s wall, Rubio’s Gang of … Continue reading

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Did the GOP debate in Houston move the needle for any candidate?

Republican candidates had a slugfest in Houston on Thursday, but the overriding question is obvious. Will the needle move for any candidate as a result of the debate CNN’s Wolf Blitzer struggled to control? 

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Analysis 2016: Likely voter polls favor GOP White House, regardless of nominee

I keep seeing Republicans argue about which particular candidate will or won’t be able to beat the Democrat nominee for president. My gut feeling is any of the top three contenders—Donald Trump, Sen. Marco Rubio (Florida), or Sen. Ted Cruz … Continue reading

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‘NevAHda’ a hurdle for GOP top three contenders and for party

Next up on the GOP primary/caucus calendar is the state of Nevada where voters will gather on Tuesday to declare their presidential preferences. Nevada, like Iowa, is a caucus, not a primary. In some ways that may present a hurdle … Continue reading

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Will undecided voters impact Trump lead in South Carolina?

Will undecided voters impact Trump lead in South Carolina? South Carolina voters will head to the polls on Saturday to cast a vote in the GOP presidential primary. Judging preferences by questioners at the Thursday Town Hall featuring Jeb Bush, … Continue reading

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Poll finds 42 percent of Democrats who probably can’t define it find socialism favorable

First in a series Making pit stops in the Blogosphere are articles on a new poll revealing 42 percent of Democrats find socialism favorable. These are the voters who may support self-declared socialist senator Bernie Sanders over stealth socialist Hillary … Continue reading

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