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U.S. Presidential Election Exit Polls (2008)

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  • Live chat with Andrew Malcolm, Don Frederick and Johanna Neuman

    Administrator2: Hi folks, and welcome to today's live politics chat! Administrator2: We'll start in just a moment, but please feel free to submit your questions now. Jackie: HI there. justme: hi friend: hello Charlie: Ron Paul,Ron Paul,Ron Paul,Ron...
  • Californy power

    My mother, a child of the San Bernardino County city of Redlands, has always been fond of reciting an old country-song verse favored by her Oklahoma forebears. Dear Okie, if you see Arkie, tell 'im Tex's got a job for him out in Californy. Within...
  • Getting a taste of voting

    — Zack Warthan stuffed his ballot into a box and headed for the exit polls in the York High School library. The 15-year-old wore a satisfied smile as he declared, "I voted for Huckabee." "Everyone says young people can't make a difference," added...
  • Obama seeks to turn the tables in Ohio and Texas

    Obama seeks to turn the tables in Ohio and Texas
    With the Democratic presidential race about to enter another crucial phase of voting, Barack Obama has launched a newly aggressive strategy to undermine two pillars of support for rival Hillary Rodham Clinton: Latinos and working-class white voters. Each...
  • Clinton camp splits on message

    Before the Iowa caucuses, senior aides to Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton fell into a heated argument during a 7:30 a.m. conference call about the basic message their candidate was delivering to voters. Mark Penn, chief strategist and pollster, liked...
  • Victory Lap? Obama on "Daily Show"

     
    I fell asleep during Barack Obama's half hour commercial last night - during the tour of the soccer mom's refrigerator, if you're interested in the precise spot where somnolence over took my pre-election addled soul. BUT...I did happen to......
  • The only polls that count: Election Day's

     
    As a sportswriter, I would sometimes craft a story lead when a team had a big halftime lead, but I???d never send it until the final buzzer sounded. And I???d never write a playoff preview story until a team had......
  • Who Won Last Night's TV Coverage?

     
    Well, I have a million impressions from last night's coverage, and I guess I'll burden you with only couple thousand. Let's play the "who won" game. "Who won:" Not numbers, but the smartest coverage, or the coverage that seemed......
  • Gay marriage and the black vote

    At a Democratic presidential forum on gay issues last year, the Washington Post's Jonathan Capehart prefaced a question to Sen. Barack Obama this way: "Now, you and I both know that there's a homophobia problem in the black community." Capehart seemed...
  • Manhunt.net's gay Republican victim

    Two weeks ago, news emerged that the co-founder of the website Manhunt.net had contributed $2,300 to the presidential campaign of John McCain. Uproar ensued. Haven't heard of Manhunt? Unless you're a gay man, that's to be expected. It's one of the...
  • Race didn't decide the election

    Race is the most enduring cleavage in American politics. It divided the authors of the Constitution and fueled the Civil War; afterward, Southern Democrats invoked white supremacy to maintain a one-party system. The success of the civil rights movement...
  • Exit polls: How he won Ohio

     
    We just checked the full Ohio exit polls: Obama won men and women, won all age groups except the oldest. He virtually split both white men (46-52) and white women (48-51) in a state that was the home of Joe......