Virginia And Maryland And Obama

By Justin Gardner | Related entries in Barack, Democrats, Hillary, Maryland, Virginia

Tomorrow’s contests are looking good for Obama, but we’ve been led astray by polls many times during this election cycle, so take these numbers with a grain of salt…

Maryland:
ARG: Obama 55%, Clinton 37% (Today)

Mason-Dixon: Obama 53%, Clinton 35% (Feb. 10)

Rasmussen: Obama 57%, Clinton 31% (Feb. 9)

SurveyUSA: Obama 52%, Clinton 33% (Feb. 8)

Virginia:

SurveyUSA: Obama 60%, Clinton 38% (Today)

ARG: Obama 56%, Clinton 38% (Today)

Mason-Dixon: Obama 53%, Clinton 37% (Feb. 10)

Rasmussen: Obama 55%, Clinton 37%

TPM has more.


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4 Responses to “Virginia And Maryland And Obama”

  1. William Swann Says:

    Wow. So that would make, what, 6 primaries in a row she will lose? Can Texas and Ohio really come in to save her, at this point?

    I live in Ohio, and I must confess I don’t know what the polls look like here.

  2. TerenceC Says:

    William – the “mill” show Obama doing quite well in Cleveland, OK in Columbus and Toledo – but not really great – 55% to 45% in Clintons favor. Texas will be a big win for Hillary. Pennsylvania right now appears to be Hillary country. It has the oldest population per capita in the country, generally conservative on either side of the “aisle”, and a lower socioeconomic group similar to Ohio – also a 55% to 45% in Clintons favor. That’s the way it looks right now. I’d be interested to know how the “ground game” is shaping up in OH, PA, or TX – this is one of Obama’s strong points but I haven’t heard how either Obama’s or Clinton’s ground game is progressing. Do you see much in your area?

  3. William Swann Says:

    So far as I can tell, people around here haven’t started to pay attention yet. Don’t see any yard signs … but then again I live out in the Republican ‘burbs outside Columbus.

    I just asked my son, who’s job has him driving this whole area every day. He said the only signs he’s seen are for Ron Paul.

  4. Bruce Says:

    Obama has taken something old (the values of Martin Luther King Jr. and JFK) and put them into a new package, something I also tried with the following song.

    Obama is beginning to unite black and white, something I also tried to do in this song.

    Obama is gaining momentum, just like this song, the Squeezebox duet, a cover of the Who’s…

    Squeezebox
    Dr BLT featuring mystery guest (Not Beyounce)
    http://www.drblt.net/music/SqueezeBoxDemo2.mp3

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