Obama's internal polls leaked, and the story was verified by an Obama spokesperson. It says Obama ahead by 2?
Topic: Pa research
June 25, 2019 / By Maeva Question:
Do you believe this or is Pennsylvania definitely a blue state?
I just heard it on CNN Headline News about 10 minutes ago. I live in NJ and that is the first I have heard it as well. Just reporting what CNN HN said. I don't have a link, but I am not making it up. Do some research if you don't believe it.
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Kerenza | 6 days ago
Im not sure what exactly you are referring to. Do you have a link?
The press and the polls are putting PA solidly in blue.
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I don't know anything about Obama's internal polls, but I am from Pennsylvania and if I were a betting man, I would place money on McCain for the win. The majority of people that I have talked to, seem to support him and if I were in a rural area, this is what I would expect, because people that live in rural area's tend to be Republicans. However, I live in the suburbs and work in the city. Granted, I could be wrong, because I am not going around polling people, but I think this one is going to be tight right down to the very end.
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I assume you are talking about being ahead by 2 in Pennsylvania. Yes, I believe it. This election, Pennsylvania is a toss-up state. A 2 point lead is consistant with other polls--ahlead,but a very slim one.
My personal view is that it will go for Obama, but right now it's still not possible to call the state either way.
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I live in PA, near Philly, I can tell you that I find the polls hard to believe. As you drive around north of Philly, you get the impression that this is a close race for both candidates, and I find large pockets of supporters for both. I don't believe it's a 6 or 10 point spread as the polls show, I think it is much closer.
This state loved Hillary too, a lot of her supporters are pretty split on backing Obama or McCain.
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I'm not favoring Obama or McCain.
Let me tell you, nationwide it's close to dead even with a slight edge to Obama. Perhaps two or three points.
The reason the pollsters are portraying it as a 10 point wide lead is because they're in the business of selling polls and keeping people watching.
Days before election day you'll see a sudden narrowing of the polls and everyone will go "Wha?"
They're simply playing games with the internals. They did the same thing in 2004 with Kerry Bush.
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A bit of an over-reaction, I do believe. These are people who have been here since they were young children
From Transcript of Obama’s Speech on Immigration Policy, June 2012
Effective immediately, the Department of Homeland Security is taking steps to lift the shadow of deportation from these young people. Over the next few months, eligible individuals who do not present a risk to national security or public safety will be able to request temporary relief from deportation proceedings and apply for work authorization.
Now, let’s be clear. This is not amnesty. This is not immunity. This is not a path to citizenship. It’s not a permanent fix. This is a temporary, stopgap measure that lets us focus our resources wisely while giving a degree of relief and hope to talented, driven, patriotic young people. It is the — it is the right thing to do.
Since 1986 the U.S. has actually granted amnesty seven times.