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Candidates' Polls, Horoscopes, Surrounding Weather For Friday, January 25

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POLLS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .


DEMOCRATS

 

REPUBLICANS


South Carolina Primary Poll:

Telephone survey of voters in South Carolina on 01/24/08 by Public Policy Polling included interviews with 595 likely Democratic primary voters. The margin of error is +/- 4 percentage point

44% Obama

24% Clinton

19% Edwards



 

Florida Primary Poll:

2,100 Florida adults were interviewed by SurveyUSA 01/23/08 and 01/24/08. Of them, 550 were determined by SurveyUSA to have already voted in the Florida Republican Primary, or to be likely to vote on or before 01/29/08. Interviews were completed immediately before the Republican debate in Boca Raton on 01/24/08.

30% McCain

28% Romney

18% Giuliani

14% Huckabee

6% Paul

3% Undecided


Massachusetts Primary Poll:

1,300 registered voters were interviewed by SurveyUSA 01/22/08 and 01/23/08 using registration based sampling. Of them, 586 were determined by SurveyUSA to be likely to vote in the 02/05/08 Massachusetts Democratic Primary. All interviews were conducted after the 01/21/08 Democratic candidate debate in Myrtle Beach.

59% Clinton

11% Edwards

22% Obama

2% Other

6% Undecided

 

 

Massachusetts Primary Poll:

1,300 registered voters were interviewed by SurveyUSA 01/22/08 and 01/23/08 using registration based sampling. Of them, 262 were determined by SurveyUSA to be likely to vote in the 02/05/08 Massachusetts Republican Primary.

6% Giuliani

7% Huckabee

29% McCain

50% Romney


HOROSCOPES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .


DEMOCRATS

 

REPUBLICANS

Hillary Clinton -- (Scorpio, October 26, 1947) horoscope For January 25:

"Your friends are incredibly helpful today, thanks to your ability to read each other without asking too many questions. You may find exactly what you need waiting for you in your inbox."

Barack Obama -- (Leo, August 4, 1961) horoscope For January 25:

"On most days, you're happy to take things as they come and spend what you need to spend to maintain a happy life. Today, though you're feeling thriftier and would rather have fun on the cheap."

John Edwards -- (Gemini, June 10, 1953) horoscope For January 25:

"Be as clear as you can, especially with written communication, because most people have a hard time reading between the lines today. That includes you -- so make sure to question your own assumptions."

 

 

 

John McCain -- (Virgo, August 29, 1936) astrology report for January 25:

"Today sees you at the peak of your organizational skills, feeling pretty good -- or even fantastic -- about the state of your home and work affairs. It's a good time to relax and let the system work."

Rudy Giuliani -- (Gemini, May 28, 1944) horoscope for January 25:

"Be as clear as you can, especially with written communication, because most people have a hard time reading between the lines today. That includes you -- so make sure to question your own assumptions."

Mitt Romney -- (Pisces, March 12, 1947) horoscope for January 25:

"You need to step up and take care of a friend's problem -- whether or not they think they want the assistance. You might not have to even tell them what you're doing, depending on the situation."

Mike Huckabee -- (Virgo, August 24, 1955) horoscope for January 25:

"Today sees you at the peak of your organizational skills, feeling pretty good -- or even fantastic -- about the state of your home and work affairs. It's a good time to relax and let the system work."


WEATHER . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .


DEMOCRATS

REPUBLICANS

The central weather in South Carolina at 6:30pm EST, the state where the Democratic candidates will be campaigning today is approximately 39 degrees Fahrenheit.

  The weather across Florida, the state where the GOP candidates will be campaigning today, at 6:30pm EST ranges from 51-69 degrees Fahrenheit.

BETTING LINES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .


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REPUBLICANS

The Intrade prediction market has . . . .

Hillary's chances for winning the Democratic nomination at 65.9 percent.

Obama's chances for winning the Democratic nomination at 32.2 percent.

Edward's chances for winning the Democratic nomination at 0.9 percent.

 

McCain's chances for winning the Republican nomination at 50 percent.

Romney's chances for winning the Republican nomination at 30.8 percent.

Giuliani's chances for winning the Republican nomination at 11.1 percent.

Huckabee's chances for winning the Republican nomination at 2.6 percent.

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