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Big Dave2

Everybody loves polls

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Here's one for ya.

By The Associated Press

The Associated Press

September 07, 2008

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THE RACE: The presidential race nationally.

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THE NUMBERS

John McCain, 50 percent

Barack Obama, 46 percent

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OF INTEREST:

McCain got a substantial bounce coming out of the Republican National Convention, overcoming a 7-percentage-point lead held by Obama before the convention began in St. Paul, Minn., last week. The addition of Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin to the Republican ticket led 29 percent of voters to say they were more likely to vote for McCain, while 21 percent said they were less likely.

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The USA Today-Gallup Poll was conducted from Sept. 5-7 and involved telephone interviews with 1,022 adults, including 959 registered voters. It had a margin of sampling error of plus or minus 3 percentage points.

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I can't wait to see the responses to that one cool

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RCP Average 09/05 - 09/07 -- 48.3 45.4 McCain +2.9

ABC News/Wash Post 09/05 - 09/07 LV 49 47 McCain +2

CBS News 09/05 - 09/07 655 RV 46 44 McCain +2

USA Today/Gallup 09/05 - 09/07 823 LV 54 44 McCain +10

CNN 09/05 - 09/07 942 RV 48 48 Tie

Rasmussen Tracking 09/05 - 09/07 3000 LV 48 47 McCain +1

Hotline/FD Tracking 09/05 - 09/07 924 RV 44 44 Tie

Gallup Tracking 09/05 - 09/07 2733 RV 49 44 McCain +5

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If Barack starts swinging around on that thing I wouldn't be a bit surprised. Anything they can think of to bring back the female vote is now in play.

The panic button has been pushed by the Dems, and we can expect more than one surprise before this Silly Season is done.

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Let's take a look at what counts. The Electoral-vote, as of now grin

Obama 298 McCain 227 Ties 13

Senate Dem 56 GOP 43 Ties 1

House Dem 243 GOP 192

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