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Grimis Scrapple Since: 11.7.02 From: MD Since last post: 1549 days Last activity: 3 days # 1 Posted on 17.12.03 1149.05 | Instant Rating: 7.29 Arizona Primary Dean 31 Clark 29 Lieberman 10 Gephardt 9 Kerry 7 Other 11 Undecided 3 Margin of Error: 4.9% New Hampshire Primary Dean 46 Kerry 17 Clark 10 Lieberman 7 Edwards 4 Gephardt 3 Other 1 Undecided 11 Oklahoma Primary Clark 34 Dean 21 Lieberman 11 Gephardt 8 Edwards 8 Kerry 4 Other 11 Undecided 3 Margin of Error: 4.7% South Carolina Primary Dean 21 Clark 20 Sharpton 15 Edwards 15 Gephardt 10 Lieberman 5 Mosley-Braun 4 Kerry 3 Kucinich 1 Undecided 7 Margin of Error: 4.1% (edited by Grimis on 17.12.03 1249) Promote this thread!
vsp Andouille Since: 3.1.02 From: Philly Since last post: 3313 days Last activity: 527 days # 2 Posted on 17.12.03 1216.38 | Instant Rating: 0.00 Basically, it's coming down to Dean, Clark and Also Running. About the only people still surprised by this are John Kerry and Joe Lieberman... "There were times when I intensely wanted to walk out of the theater and into the fresh air and look at the sky and buy an apple and sigh for our civilization, but I stuck it out." -- Roger Ebert
DrDirt Banger Since: 8.10.03 From: flyover country Since last post: 16 days Last activity: 1 hour # 3 Posted on 17.12.03 1244.08 | Instant Rating: 7.59
I am surprised that Dean is polling that well in areas I wouldn't think he would have much appeal. I really can't comprehend Clark going far, unless his handlers can totally script every comment he makes. Perception is reality
Aren't they still supporting Labour? I've not read it in a fair while right enough. The switch away from the Tories was just borne of the ground swell of opinion turning against the Conservatives in the mid to late 90's no?
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