Daily Tracker: Solidifying Leads

Gallup’s daily tracker polls are up, and the picture in both races are perhaps more clearer than they have been in a while. On the Democratic side, what we see is the one time underdog Barack Obama is solidifying his lead over Hillary Clinton as the race for the Democratic nomination heads into the...

Gallup Daily Tracking Poll: Obama’s First Lead

I’ve been keeping my eye pretty close on the Gallup Daily Tracking Poll lately.  I know, I say it time and again, individual polls aren’t all that important, especially if you are trying to pin down an accurate prediction for a specific race.  And I still hold true to that–aggregated...

McCain Puts Virginia Away

Unlike the Democratic race in Virginia where Hillary is getting absolutely trounced by Obama, the Republican contest has been neck and neck for an hour and a half after polls closed. But now, with sixty percent reporting, CNN is declaring John McCain the winner with a narrow three point lead.  The size of...

The Chaos In Washington

Just as Obama was having a spectacular weekend, so too was Huckabee.  Romney dropped out of the race making Huck the other man in a two man race, and despite McCain’s tremendous showing on Super Tuesday, the man from Hope was climbing.  He won Kansas by a near forty point margin, and squeaked out a...

Huckabee Pounds McCain in Kansas

In the first of six decisions for the evening, no surprises. With more than 88 percent of precints reporting, Huckabee was leading McCain, 60 percent to 24 percent, with 11 percent for Rep. Ron Paul (R-Tex.). Huckabee’s victory follows a string of four wins in the South and one in West Virginia on...

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