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03/28/2008 02:46 am ET | Updated May 25, 2011

New And Improved HuffPollstrology: Candidates' Horoscopes, Polls And More For February 29

Polls have come to dominate the media's horse race coverage of political campaigns. Pundits and reporters constantly use them to tell us who's hot and who's not -- but skip over the fact that plummeting response rates and variables like undecided voters and margins of error and often render these polls useless as anything other than lightweight diversions on par with horoscopes and political betting lines. Our HuffPollstrology chart helps keep you up to date on the latest poll results, along with the latest horoscope predictions, and the latest online political betting lines - and will hopefully help the polling junkies in the media keep polls in the proper perspective.


See the bottom of the entry for polling methodology.


























  Polls Stars Betting
Democrats
Clinton

clinton

40%

Pew Poll

(National)

scorpioSCORPIO October 26, 1947

A search for a letter or even email written some time back could prove a useful exercise. There might not be a real problem here once this is located. A courteous reminder could prompt someone to take action that supports your plans. Involvement in a property issue seems likely - you may be asked to move items to aid access.

16.1%

chance of

winning

Obama

obama

49%

Pew Poll

(National)

scorpioLEO August 4, 1961

Perhaps because you've recently been 'displaced', territory might matter. Retrieving items from a dark area and/or involvement with recycling could be on your agenda. In this, you may be spurred on by a friend (or relative). True, there could be arguments about quality control (and you may not be willing to compromise). That said, you could listen more to the other person - and impress them by doing so.

84.1%

chance of

winning

Republicans
Huckabee

huckabee

17%

Gallup
Poll

(National)

scorpioVIRGO August 24, 1955

A 'root and branch' operation may be necessary. Perhaps you really do need to strip an area down to basics before you can move forward. Property issues could once again be high on your agenda. Discussions about legacies and items that once belonged to someone you knew well seem to be features of the day too. This might not be easy: with tensions running high over what should be preserved - and by whom..

1.1%

chance of

winning

McCain

mccain

68 %

Gallup Poll

(National)

scorpioVIRGO August 29, 1936

A 'root and branch' operation may be necessary. Perhaps you really do need to strip an area down to basics before you can move forward. Property issues could once again be high on your agenda. Discussions about legacies and items that once belonged to someone you knew well seem to be features of the day too. This might not be easy: with tensions running high over what should be preserved - and by whom..

94.9%

chance of

winning

Romney

paul

5%

Gallup
Poll

(National)

scorpioLEO August 20, 1935

IPerhaps because you've recently been 'displaced', territory might matter. Retrieving items from a dark area and/or involvement with recycling could be on your agenda. In this, you may be spurred on by a friend (or relative). True, there could be arguments about quality control (and you may not be willing to compromise). That said, you could listen more to the other person - and impress them by doing so.

1.2%

chance of

winning















weather report
East Chance of Rain Philadelphia, PA

Clousy skies. High of 39 degrees. Winds S at 10 to 15 mph. Chance of rain is 20%.

south Chance of Rain San Antonio, TX

Very windy. High of 77 degrees. Winds E at 20 to 30 mph.

midwest Chance of Rain Memphis, TN

Rain showers early. High of 58 degrees. Winds SW at 10 to 20 mph. Chance of rain 50%.

west Chance of Rain Reno, NV

Mainly sunny. High of 64 degrees. Winds SW at 10 to 20 mph.

Sources:

Democratic Poll: Pew Research Poll

The latest survey by the Pew Research Center for the People & the Press, was conducted Feb. 20-24 among 1,508 adults.

Republican Poll: Gallup Poll

Gallup interviews no fewer than 1,000 U.S. adults nationwide each day during 2008. The results reported here are based on combined data from Feb. 25-27, 2008, including interviews with 992 Republican and Republican-leaning voters. For results based on these samples, the maximum margin of sampling error is ±3 percentage points.

Horoscopes: Horoscopes.co.uk

Weather: Weather.com

Betting Lines: Intrade Prediction Markets

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