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Old 10-24-2008, 04:44 PM
 
Location: Charlotte
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Senate Race, Presidential Race Both Toss-Ups In Georgia (http://www.insideradvantagegeorgia.com/restricted/2008/October%202008/10-24-08/Insider_Ga_Poll102419643.php - broken link)
(10/24/08)

“While this is a tight race, the problem for McCain is that all but 3 percent of whites have made their decision and approximately 8 percent of black voters have continued to say they are undecided or voting ‘other.’ This will likely move closer to 95 percent for Obama when all said and done. Obama has room to go up.
“If the race were to remain the way it is today, you won’t see these numbers come to fruition until very late in the night of Nov. 4 or perhaps the next day. The early numbers will likely show McCain ahead, as the counties where Obama is doing best are some of the largest counties and will be the slowest to report.”


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Old 10-25-2008, 09:24 AM
 
Location: Charlotte
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Hmm...Georgia is turning out be very interesting.

"Insider Advantage gives Barack Obama a large lead in Ohio (though note the survey's small sample size), and perhaps more interestingly, a small lead in Georgia. There's actually been quite a bit of polling in Georgia, and the consensus is certainly not that Obama is ahead; nevertheless, with a large proportion of new voters, it may be a difficult state to poll, and as Obama continues to bank votes in the state's early voting period, it will be interesting to see how those numbers move."
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