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

Candidates' Polls, Horoscopes, Surrounding Weather For Wednesday, January 31

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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

Public Policy Polling Tennessee Poll:

PPP surveyed 753 likely Democratic primary voters on January 28th. The survey's margin of errors is +/- 3.6%. Other factors, such as refusal to be interviewed and weighting, may introduce additional error that is more difficult to quantify.

43% Clinton

32% Obama

16% Edwards

 

Public Policy Polling Tennessee Poll:

PPP surveyed 1,093 likely Republican primary voters on January 28th. The survey's margin of errors is +/- 3.0%, Other factors, such as refusal to be interviewed and weighting, may introduce additional error that is more difficult to quantify.

30% Huckabee

26% McCain

22% Romney

6% Paul

Rasmussen Connecticut Poll:

Telephone Survey of 899 likely Democratic primary voters was conducted on January 27, the day after Obama's victory in South Carolina.

40% Clinton

40% Obama

11% Edwards

 

Rasmussen Connecticut Poll:

Telephone Survey of 492 likely GOP primary voters was conducted January 27, two days before McCain's victory in Florida on Tuesday.

42% McCain

26% Romney

12% Giuliani

8% Huckabee

4% Paul



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


DEMOCRATS

 

REPUBLICANS

Hillary Clinton -- (Scorpio, October 26, 1947) Horoscopes.co.uk astrological forecast for January 31:

"Thanks to you, two groups may now be drawing together. You might need to remind both of what they said to you just a couple of days ago though. A younger person might welcome your observations whilst someone with greater experience could be resentful of your apparent interference. In short, your capacity for tact and diplomacy could be put to the test. It might also be necessary to make contact with an insurer or financial advisor."

Barack Obama -- (Leo, August 4, 1961) Horoscopes.co.uk astrological forecast for January 31:

"Renewing acquaintance with someone who was once so important - and whom you feel was 'lucky' for you in some way seems likely. It's possible that this relationship could now be put on a new footing. Your joint interest in a service or product could result in your joining financial forces. Quite separately, the Arts and family matters could fuse together in a positive way."

 

 

 

John McCain -- (Virgo, August 29, 1936) Horoscopes.co.uk astrological forecast for January 31:

"Anticipation could leave you in excited state - yet still alert to potential difficulties. If something seems too good to be true, then it probably is. Yet you may well be attracting a degree of good fortune. You might even be tempted to speculate - and/or to invest in a hobby. The other possibility is that a love interest has been awakened!"

Mitt Romney -- (Pisces, March 12, 1947) Horoscopes.co.uk astrological forecast for January 31:

"Two things might surprise you: first could be contact with someone who's heard about you and now wants to 'pick your brain'. Secondly, you could be thrown by someone purporting to speak on behalf of a group or company and whose position you don't yet understand. In both cases, there may be more going on to your advantage than you'd have expected."

Ron Paul -- (Leo, August 20, 1935) Horoscopes.co.uk astrological forecast for January 31:

"Renewing acquaintance with someone who was once so important - and whom you feel was 'lucky' for you in some way seems likely. It's possible that this relationship could now be put on a new footing. Your joint interest in a service or product could result in your joining financial forces. Quite separately, the Arts and family matters could fuse together in a positive way."

Mike Huckabee -- (Virgo, August 24, 1955) Horoscopes.co.uk astrological forecast for January 31:

"Anticipation could leave you in excited state - yet still alert to potential difficulties. If something seems too good to be true, then it probably is. Yet you may well be attracting a degree of good fortune. You might even be tempted to speculate - and/or to invest in a hobby. The other possibility is that a love interest has been awakened!"


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


DEMOCRATS

REPUBLICANS

Clinton and Obama will both be touching down in Los Angeles today, where sunshine and a high of 64 degrees awaits them.

  The Republican candidates will also be moving around California today. McCain heads to sunny Los Angeles and will also be fighting for voters alongside Huckabee in a cool, possibly rainy San Francisco. Romney, meanwhile is opting for the warmth of San Diego.

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


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REPUBLICANS

The Intrade prediction market has . . . .

Hillary's chances for winning the Democratic nomination at 63.0 percent.

Obama's chances for winning the Democratic nomination at 36.7 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 85.0 percent.

Romney's chances for winning the Republican nomination at 12.0 percent.

Giuliani's chances for winning the Republican nomination at 1.0 percent.

Huckabee's chances for winning the Republican nomination at 1.0 percent.


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