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

Candidates' Polls, Horoscopes, Surrounding Weather For Wednesday, January 30

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


DEMOCRATS

 

REPUBLICANS



Rocky Mountain/Behavior Research Center Poll of Arizona :

Poll is based on 628 interviews with voters across Arizona, conducted between Jan. 20-24. Where necessary, figures for age, sex, race and political party were weighted to bring them into line with their actual poortion in the population. The Democratic voter sample has a margin of error of plus or minus 6.5 percentage points.

37% Clinton

27% Obama

15% Edwards

 

Rocky Mountain/Behavior Research Poll of Arizona:

Poll is based on 628 interviews with voters across Arizona, conducted between Jan. 20-24. Where necessary, figures for age, sex, race and political party were weighted to bring them into line with their actual poortion in the population. The Republican voter sample has a margin of error of plus or minus 6.3 percentage points.

40% McCain

23% Romney

7% Giuliani

9% Huckabee

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

New York USA Today/Gallup Poll:

Poll was conducted Jan. 23-26, several days in advance, and on the day of, the South Carolina Democratic primary. 767 likely Democratic primary voters were surveyed by telephone, and the margin of error was plus or minus 4 percentage points.

56% Clinton

28% Obama

10% Edwards

 

New York USA Today/Gallup Poll:

Poll was conducted Jan. 23-26, several days in advance of the Florida primary. 750 likely Republican primary voters were surveyed by telephone, and the margin of error was plus or minus 4 percentage points.

42% McCain

24% Romney

14% Giuliani

8% Huckabee

5% Paul



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


DEMOCRATS

 

REPUBLICANS

Hillary Clinton -- (Scorpio, October 26, 1947) Horoscopes.co.uk astrological forecast for January 30:

"For some of you there may have been disagreements recently about how you might want to spend (or invest) joint resources. It may be you've been contemplating a first mortgage (or a re-mortgage) and have not been able to find the deal which is right for you. Mars has been moving backwards through the area of your solar chart which rules financial investments, loans, etc. Mars now changes direction and moves forward and this could coincide with a time when you are able to come to a decision and suitable deals become available"

Barack Obama -- (Leo, August 4, 1961) Horoscopes.co.uk astrological forecast for January 30:

"You may not have been seeing eye-to-eye with a certain friend recently and your relationship may have gone sour. Maybe things have been said which have been taken the wrong way or rumours have circulated which have been quite hurtful. Mars has been travelling backwards through the area of your solar chart relating to friendships and today begins to move forward again. This could mean you are able to view these problems in a new light and may even be able to talk things through, perhaps mending a few bridges in the process."

John Edwards' LAST Forecast -- (Gemini, June 10, 1953) Horoscopes.co.uk astrological forecast for January 30:

"Since the last day of 2007 Mars has been moving backwards through your sign. Today Mars changes direction and begins to move forward once again. The effect that particular period of retrogradation may have had on you could have been experienced as difficulties and frustrations in getting yourself heard or noticed. That said, the time could have been utilised extremely well if you had any projects which needed researching or revising. Now, however, the tide has turned and you should find your efforts in these areas becoming more fruitful."

 

 

 

John McCain -- (Virgo, August 29, 1936) Horoscopes.co.uk astrological forecast for January 30:

"There's a distinct possibility you may have been experiencing difficulties with any written projects, contracts or dialogue with work colleagues lately and have found yourself feeling frustrated and possibly even depressed over the past couple of months. That said, those of you who have been working on exploring background information and/or research, may have found this period very useful and should now be in a position to move to the next stage. For those of you looking for a change in career the time between now and the end of February could bring opportunities your way."

Rudy Giuliani is expected to officially announce today that he is dropping out of the race and endorsing John McCain, thus making this his last HuffPollstrology entry. Hopefully it will deliver good news: Rudy Giuliani -- (Gemini, May 28, 1944) Horoscopes.co.uk astrological forecast for January 30:

"Since the last day of 2007 Mars has been moving backwards through your sign. Today Mars changes direction and begins to move forward once again. The effect that particular period of retrogradation may have had on you could have been experienced as difficulties and frustrations in getting yourself heard or noticed. That said, the time could have been utilised extremely well if you had any projects which needed researching or revising. Now, however, the tide has turned and you should find your efforts in these areas becoming more fruitful."

Mitt Romney -- (Pisces, March 12, 1947) Horoscopes.co.uk astrological forecast for January 30:

"You could have spent the past few months drawing up plans for changes to be made around the home (or perhaps an actual house move). Now is the time you can begin to put those plans into action and see the results of your hard work and effort. If you are buying or selling a property you may have experienced certain setbacks in the process and should now begin to see things moving forward. Contracts which may have been misleading or even inaccurate should now be ready to sign.."

Ron Paul -- (Leo, August 20, 1935) Horoscopes.co.uk astrological forecast for January 30:

"You may not have been seeing eye-to-eye with a certain friend recently and your relationship may have gone sour. Maybe things have been said which have been taken the wrong way or rumours have circulated which have been quite hurtful. Mars has been travelling backwards through the area of your solar chart relating to friendships and today begins to move forward again. This could mean you are able to view these problems in a new light and may even be able to talk things through, perhaps mending a few bridges in the process."

Mike Huckabee -- (Virgo, August 24, 1955) Horoscopes.co.uk astrological forecast for January 30:

"There's a distinct possibility you may have been experiencing difficulties with any written projects, contracts or dialogue with work colleagues lately and have found yourself feeling frustrated and possibly even depressed over the past couple of months. That said, those of you who have been working on exploring background information and/or research, may have found this period very useful and should now be in a position to move to the next stage. For those of you looking for a change in career the time between now and the end of February could bring opportunities your way."


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


DEMOCRATS

REPUBLICANS

Barack Obama will find cold, most likely snowy weather in Denver, but he is also scheduled to visit Phoenix, where the weather should be warm and sunny with a high near 60. Hillary Clinton will find sunny but cold 47-degree weather in Atlanta, which both she and John Edwards will be visiting. Clinton will begin her day on familiar terrain in Little Rock, where it will be sunny but cool. John Edwards will also be putting in an appearance in New Orleans, where the weather is expected to be a mostly sunny 55 degrees, with a chance of rain in the afternoon.

  All the Republicans are scheduled to be in Simi Valley, California, where the weather should be warm but cloudy, with a high of 58 during the day.

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


DEMOCRATS

 

REPUBLICANS

The Intrade prediction market has . . . .

Hillary's chances for winning the Democratic nomination at 61.7 percent.

Obama's chances for winning the Democratic nomination at 38.0 percent.

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

Edward's chances for winning the Democratic nomination at 0.2 percent.

 

McCain's chances for winning the Republican nomination at 81.9 percent.

Romney's chances for winning the Republican nomination at 14.5 percent.

Giuliani's chances for winning the Republican nomination at 1.1 percent.

Huckabee's chances for winning the Republican nomination at 1.1 percent.


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