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Developing Story South Carolina Primary

Discussion in 'Elections' started by LPH, Jan 21, 2012.

  1. LPH

    LPH Flight Director Flight Instructor

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  2. LPH

    LPH Flight Director Flight Instructor

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    Latest polls

    SC-2012 Primary: 37% Gingrich, 28% Romney, 16% Santorum, 14% Paul (PPP 1/18-20)
    SC-2012 Primary: 33% Gingrich, 29% Romney, 18% Paul, 16% Santorum (YouGov 1/18-20)
    SC-2012 Primary: 32% Gingrich, 26% Romney, 11% Paul, 9% Santorum (Clemson 1/18-19)
    SC-2012 Primary: 32% Gingrich, 28% Romney, 13% Paul, 9% Santorum (We Ask America 1/19)
    SC-2012 Primary: 35% Gingrich, 29% Romney, 15% Paul, 15% Santorum (PPP 1/18-19)
    TX-2012 President: 49% Romney (R), 42% Obama (D) (PPP 1/12-15)
    SC-2012 Primary: 33% Gingrich, 31% Romney, 15% Paul (Rasmussen 1/18)
    OH-2012 Senate: 47% Brown (D), 32% Mandel (R) (Quinnipiac 1/9-16)
    SC-2012 Primary: 34% Gingrich, 28% Romney, 15% Paul (PPP 1/18)
    SC-2012 Primary: 34% Gingrich, 28% Romney, 15% Paul (PPP 1/18)
    SC-2012 Primary: 33% Gingrich, 32% Romney, 19% Paul (ARG 1/17-18)
    SC-2012 Primary: 32% Gingrich, 29% Romney, 15% Paul (InsiderAdvantage 1/18)
    US-2012 President: 45% Obama (D), 45% Romney (R) (CBS/Times 1/12-17)
    SC-2012 Primary: 31% Romney, 29% Gingrich, 9% Paul (Politico 1/17-18)
    SC-2012 Primary: 34% Romney, 24% Gingrich, 16% Paul (NBC/Marist 1/16-17)
    FL-2012 Primary: 43% Romney, 19% Santorum, 18% Gingrich (CNN/Time 1/13-17)
    SC-2012 Primary: 33% Romney, 23% Gingrich, 16% Santorum (CNN/Time 1/13-17)
    US-2012 Primary: 31% Romney, 16% Gingrich, 15% Paul (Pew 1/11-16)
    NJ-2012 President: 48% Obama (D), 38% Romney (R) (Quinnipiac 1/10-16)
    OH-2012 President: 44% Obama (D), 42% Romney (R) (Quinnipiac 1/9-16)
     
  3. Robert Heiny

    Robert Heiny Research Scientist of Learning and Education Flight Instructor

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    Wow! That's a lot of numerals to digest. Thanks for taking the time to list them for me. Who cares about the primary elections anyway? I'm only partially joking. At the core of my caution, I want to know the extent to which the people polled represent the population rather than just possible or actual voters. Surely, someone has those data and I've missed it?
     
  4. LPH

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    Aren't people who do not vote abdicating their responsibility and power? Therefore, why care what they think?

    In terms of voting in South Carolina, turnout was low. The weather may have influenced the turnout.

    Peru requires voting - the US does not and politicians do their best to make sure people don't vote. Ironic or sad?
     

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