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.
SCORPIO October 26, 1947
Your world could be turned upside down. If you've been investing in a scheme, the ground could be pulled from beneath you. It's possible that over the next few days, you may feel that efforts put in over recent years have not been worthwhile. This deduction may be incorrect however. Later next week, all could change again. For now, your panic buttons could be pressed, causing you to express rare emotion. Your obvious emotional state could cause others to back away and even to question your stability.
LEO August 4, 1961
It might be as well to expect a spanner to be dropped into the works. A partnership may not be as secure as you thought. In particular, the antics of someone younger could cause you to lose your rag. Despite all this, you could make significant progress in anything that might be considered unusual or state-of-the-art. In particular, you may be interested to know more about a lighting system.
Cloudy. High near 59F.
Sunny skies. Warm. High around 78F.
High 49F. 20% chance of precipitation.
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High 66F. 10 Percent chance of rain.
Democratic Poll: SurveyUSA Poll
2,100 state of NC adults were interviewed 04/05/08 through 04/07/08. Of them, 1,824 were registered to vote. Of them, 725 were determined by SurveyUSA to be likely to vote. Unaffiliated voters are allowed to vote in the NC Democratic Primary. SurveyUSA estimates that approximately 93% of primary voters will be registered Democrats and 7% will be unaffiliated. One-stop early voting begins on April 17. 115 delegates will be awarded, proportionately, to the Democratic National Convention.
Betting Lines: Intrade Prediction Markets
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