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U.S. Presidential Election Exit Polls (2008)

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  • What Obama's win means for politics and America

    What Obama's win means for politics and America
    Today's question: What stood out most about Tuesday's victory for Barack Obama? Previously, Schnur and Cain discussed voter enthusiasm about the election and the factors that shifted the race in Obama's favor. Watching history in the making Point: Dan...
  • Do we have too much faith in Obama?

    Do we have too much faith in Obama?
    Today's question: Are the public's expectations about Barack Obama and the economy setting him up for failure? Given the latest numbers, could any president come out unscathed? Previously, Lilly and Weigel discussed Obama's relationship with labor unions,...
  • Patching up the parties

    Pundits seem to be converging on a new conventional wisdom: that the drawn-out and extraordinarily competitive Democratic presidential primary race between Barack Obama and Hillary Rodham Clinton has cleaved the party in two.Many voters insist that they...
  • Economy Among Issues Leading Veterans Away From McCain

    Economy Among Issues Leading Veterans Away From McCain
    The strategists plotting war hero John McCain's electoral route to the White House have always been confident that they could count on the likes of Kevin E. Creed. Creed, a Litchfield lawyer and former Connecticut state trooper, spent 17 years as an Army...
  • NRA's political clout is waning

    Eight years after a national debate over gun control helped keep Democrat Al Gore out of the White House, the National Rifle Assn. and its Republican allies are launching a new campaign to defeat Barack Obama. But this time, the issue that GOP...
  • Florida becomes showdown state for GOP

    John McCain's victory in South Carolina puts the Arizona senator in a strong position to win the Republican presidential nomination -- but only if he can follow up with another win in Florida nine days from now. "This is a huge win for McCain," said...
  • Win puts McCain on top

    Win puts McCain on top
    John McCain won the Florida Republican primary on Tuesday in a contest that crowned him as the front- runner for his party's presidential nomination and quashed the White House bid of Rudolph W. Giuliani. Mitt Romney finished a disappointing second,...
  • Crist's gamble on McCain pays off, more dividends could come

    Gov. Charlie Crist took a gamble on Sen. John McCain that could pay off for some time to come. After helping McCain carry Florida's Republican presidential primary in a tight race Tuesday, there is speculation that Crist could serve a role in a McCain...
  • 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...