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03/28/2008 02:45 am ET Updated 4 days ago

Candidates' Polls, Horoscopes, Surrounding Weather For Saturday, January 26

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


DEMOCRATS

 

REPUBLICANS


South Carolina Primary Poll:

1,589 registered voters were interviewed by SurveyUSA on 01/23/08 and 01/24/08. Of the 1,589 voters, 606 were determined likely to vote in the Democratic Primary on 01/26/08. Margin of error is +/- 4.1%.

43% Obama

30% Clinton

24% Edwards

 

Alabama Primary Poll:

846 likely Republican primary voters were interviewed for Rasmussen poll on 01/23/08.

27% McCain

27% Huckabee

15% Romney

8% Giuliani

3% Paul

20% Undecided


South Carolina Primary Poll:

While most Zogby Polls are conducted over three days, this latest poll only includes telephone interviews from 01/24/08 - 01/25/08. Zogby interviewed 816 likely Democratic primary voters, with a margin of error of +/- 3.4%.

41% Obama

26% Clinton

19% Edwards

10% Undecided

 

 

Florida Primary Poll:

600 likely Republican primary voters were interviewed by American Research Group on 01/23/08 and 01/24/08. Margin of error is +/- 4%..

14% Giuliani

15% Huckabee

31% McCain

26% Romney


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


DEMOCRATS

 

REPUBLICANS

Hillary Clinton -- (Scorpio, October 26, 1947) New York Post horoscope for January 26:

"You don't often speak your mind but when you do you go all the way and with Pluto, your ruler, moving into the communications area of your chart today you won't pull your punches. Others may be offended by the forthright manner in which you make your point but you won't care in the slightest."

Barack Obama -- (Leo, August 4, 1961) New York Post horoscope for January 26:

"It would be easy to work harder and longer but just because it's easy does not mean you should do it. If others make unreasonable demands of you this weekend you must stand up to them, because if you give even an inch now they will take a mile, not just next week but throughout 2008."

John Edwards -- (Gemini, June 10, 1953) New York Post horoscope for January 26:

"You will have to make a final and irreversible decision this week regarding a money or business matter, so give it some thought, make your choice and live with the consequences. Whichever route you choose to follow can lead you to riches but once started on that route there can be no turning back."

 

 

 

John McCain -- (Virgo, August 29, 1936) New York Post horoscope for January 26:

"You may get a bit out of line today - your exuberance will lead you to say things and do things the powers that be find less than amusing. But do you really care what the men in suits think of you? Be true to yourself, not just this weekend but every day from now on. Having fun is not a crime."

Rudy Giuliani -- (Gemini, May 28, 1944) New York Post horoscope for January 26:

"You will have to make a final and irreversible decision this week regarding a money or business matter, so give it some thought, make your choice and live with the consequences. Whichever route you choose to follow can lead you to riches but once started on that route there can be no turning back."

Mitt Romney -- (Pisces, March 12, 1947) New York Post horoscope for January 26:

"Friends, family and work colleagues will all have good advice for you this weekend but you really don't need their guidance as the path you must take is clearly mapped out before you. All you need now is the courage to take that first step. Every step after that will be easy to make."

Ron Paul -- (Leo, August 20, 1935) New York Post horoscope for January 26:

"It would be easy to work harder and longer but just because it's easy does not mean you should do it. If others make unreasonable demands of you this weekend you must stand up to them, because if you give even an inch now they will take a mile, not just next week but throughout 2008."

Mike Huckabee -- (Virgo, August 24, 1955) New York Post horoscope for January 26:

"You may get a bit out of line today - your exuberance will lead you to say things and do things the powers that be find less than amusing. But do you really care what the men in suits think of you? Be true to yourself, not just this weekend but every day from now on. Having fun is not a crime."


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


DEMOCRATS

REPUBLICANS

The central weather in South Carolina at 3:00pm EST, the state where the Democrat's are holding their primary today, is approximately 48 degrees Fahrenheit.

  The weather across Florida, the state where the GOP candidates will be campaigning today, at 3:00pm EST ranges from 53-76 degrees Fahrenheit.

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


DEMOCRATS

 

REPUBLICANS

The Intrade prediction market has . . . .

Hillary's chances for winning the Democratic nomination at 65.9 percent.

Obama's chances for winning the Democratic nomination at 32.2 percent.

Edward's chances for winning the Democratic nomination at 0.9 percent.

 

McCain's chances for winning the Republican nomination at 50.2 percent.

Romney's chances for winning the Republican nomination at 30.8 percent.

Giuliani's chances for winning the Republican nomination at 11 percent.

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


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