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Candidates' Polls, Horoscopes, Surrounding Weather For Tuesday, January 29

03/28/2008 02:45 am ET | Updated May 25, 2011

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


DEMOCRATS

 

REPUBLICANS



Politico/CNN/Los Angeles Poll of California:

Poll was conducted Jan. 23-27, several days in advance, and one day after, the South Carolina Democratic primary. 690 likely Democratic primary voters were surveyed by telephone by Opinion Research Corp., and the margin of error was plus or minus 4 percentage points.

49% Clinton

32% Obama

14% Edwards

 

Politico/CNN/Los Angeles Poll of California:

Poll was conducted Jan. 23-27, several days in advance, and one day after, the South Carolina Democratic primary. 437 likely Republican primary voters were interviewed, and the margin of error was plus or minus 4.5 percentage points.

39% McCain

26% Romney

13% Giuliani

11% Huckabee>

SurveyUSA Florida Primary Poll:

The SurveyUSA Poll of Florida surveyed 690 likely Democratic primary voters. All interviews were conducted on Jan. 23-27, 2008. The margin of sampling error is plus or minus 4 percentage points.

49% Clinton

29% Obama

14% Edwards

 

Zogby Florida Poll:

Poll results based on telephone interviews with 941 likely Republican primary voters in Florida, aged 18 and over, and conducted January 27-28, 2008. The margin of sampling error is plus or minus 3.3 percentage points.

35% McCain

31% Romney

13% GIuliani

13% Huckabee

2% Paul

SurveyUSA Florida Primary Poll:

The SurveyUSA Poll of Florida surveyed 564 likely and actual Democratic primary voters. All interviews were conducted on Jan. 27, 2008, after the Democratic primary in South Carolina. The margin of sampling error is plus or minus 4.2%

49% Clinton

29% Obama

14% Edwards

 

Strategic Vision Florida Poll:

Poll results based on telephone interviews with 600 likely Republican primary voters in Florida, aged 18 and over, and conducted January 25-27, 2008. The margin of sampling error is plus or minus 4.5 percentage points.

27% McCain

26% Romney

17% GIuliani

15% Huckabee

5% Paul

Quinnipac Florida Poll:

The Quinnipac poll of Florida surveyed 481 likely Democratic primary voters. The margin of error is 4.5%

50% Clinton

30% Obama

12% Edwards

 

Quinnipac Florida Poll:

The Quinnipac poll of Florida surveyed 585 likely Republican primary voters. The margin of error is 4.1%

32% McCain

31% Romney

14% GIuliani

13% Huckabee

3% Paul



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


DEMOCRATS

 

REPUBLICANS

Hillary Clinton -- (Scorpio, October 26, 1947) Horoscopes.co.uk astrological forecast for January 29:

"Your opinion may be sought - especially with regard to how best to help someone who's in a difficult situation. You may feel that you're putting a key in someone's back (a Gemini or Libra?). In seeking to avoid confrontation, there may be danger of leaving a wholly innocent party vulnerable. Perhaps for this reason, you might decide a meeting has to be hastily arranged - for tomorrow?"

Barack Obama -- (Leo, August 4, 1961) Horoscopes.co.uk astrological forecast for January 29:

"Of course it's easier to harness physical energy when emotionally you're on sure ground. Today you could be challenged however! You might also find that someone you work with needs extra special care. Actually, it may be that it's all too easy for you to say the 'wrong' thing. The good news is that despite the need to walk on egg-shells presently, you could arrive safely at the position you want to be in tomorrow."

John Edwards -- (Gemini, June 10, 1953) Horoscopes.co.uk astrological forecast for January 29:

"There's still 24 hours to go before Mars appears to move forward in your sign once more. A few people may be waiting for you to make a decision though - and questioning both your physical and mental capabilities. A team might really need to know how fit you are. A contract or similar document is likely to require focus also: you may need to talk this through with a teacher, lawyer or other advisor."

 

 

 

John McCain -- (Virgo, August 29, 1936) Horoscopes.co.uk astrological forecast for January 29:

"Mars almost, but not quite, appears t be at a standstill at the top of your solar chart. You may feel precariously balanced! Taking care not to squander energy might need to be top priority. You might also benefit from wise counsel from someone older. It's this person who could play a blinder on your behalf tomorrow."

Rudy Giuliani -- (Gemini, May 28, 1944) Horoscopes.co.uk astrological forecast for January 29:

"There's still 24 hours to go before Mars appears to move forward in your sign once more. A few people may be waiting for you to make a decision though - and questioning both your physical and mental capabilities. A team might really need to know how fit you are. A contract or similar document is likely to require focus also: you may need to talk this through with a teacher, lawyer or other advisor."

Mitt Romney -- (Pisces, March 12, 1947) Horoscopes.co.uk astrological forecast for January 29:

"It might not just be facts that you want to hide: there may be items that you need to keep from prying eyes. Property matters may demand some attention too. If you're not actually thinking of moving, then wires (or wireless) communication system might require re-organisation. You might also need to study small print careful - especially if there's a chance that a working relationship will come to an end in the next few days."

Ron Paul -- (Leo, August 20, 1935) Horoscopes.co.uk astrological forecast for January 29:

"Of course it's easier to harness physical energy when emotionally you're on sure ground. Today you could be challenged however! You might also find that someone you work with needs extra special care. Actually, it may be that it's all too easy for you to say the 'wrong' thing. The good news is that despite the need to walk on egg-shells presently, you could arrive safely at the position you want to be in tomorrow."

Mike Huckabee -- (Virgo, August 24, 1955) Horoscopes.co.uk astrological forecast for January 29:

"Mars almost, but not quite, appears t be at a standstill at the top of your solar chart. You may feel precariously balanced! Taking care not to squander energy might need to be top priority. You might also benefit from wise counsel from someone older. It's this person who could play a blinder on your behalf tomorrow."


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


DEMOCRATS

REPUBLICANS

Barack Obama will find cold, blistery weather in Kansas City, Kansas, where he campaigns fresh from his Kennedy endorsements. Temperatures will be in the mid-20s, although the windchill will make it feel around 10-degrees colder. Snow is very possible. Hillary Clinton will find beautiful weather in Florida, where she's the only Democrat to be stopping in the state on primary day. John Edwards will be in a few states today, but will begin his campaigning in Tulsa, Oklahoma. The weather is a mild 50 degrees, with a mix of sun and clouds, and the chance of gusty winds that could chill the temperature.

  The weather across Florida looks sunny and clear for the Republican primary today. Temperatures will be in the low-70s all day, with perhaps a dip into the high-60s, along with some storm clouds, near the Panhandle.

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


DEMOCRATS

 

REPUBLICANS

The Intrade prediction market has . . . .

Hillary's chances for winning the Democratic nomination at 61.8 percent.

Obama's chances for winning the Democratic nomination at 37.2 percent.

Gore's chances for winning the Democratic nomination at 1.0 percent.

Edward's chances for winning the Democratic nomination at 0.5 percent.

 

McCain's chances for winning the Republican nomination at 60.0 percent.

Romney's chances for winning the Republican nomination at 30.2 percent.

Giuliani's chances for winning the Republican nomination at 4.6 percent.

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


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