Berkeley CSUA MOTD:Entry 31174
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2019/04/22 [General] UID:1000 Activity:popular

2004/7/6 [Politics/Domestic/California] UID:31174 Activity:very high
7/6     Bush down by 14 points in California in latest poll:
        \_ holy sheepshit, batman!!! in other news, bush to win texas, loose
           new york...
           \_ Hey!  Don't interrupt while we're mocking landslide guy!
           \_ why does everyone misspell 'lose'?
              \_ When you get to lose with your spelling your words loose
              \_ When you get to lose with your spelling you're words loose
                 \_ OW OW OW!
        \_ Burn motherfucker -- burn.
        \_ He lost last time, he'll lose again.  So?
        \_ I predict Nader will win California in a landslide!
           \_ With Camejo on the ticket, you're sure to be right.
              Campaign for Nader, but vote for Kerry.
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        \_ Yay! I look forward to 4 more years of doing absolutely nothing.
           It's a much better outcome than the alternative, which is 4 years
           of regress.
           \_ Can't argue with that.
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           things you have no control over.
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Click Here July 5, 2004--In California, the latest Rasmussen Reports survey finds Senator John F Kerry with a14-point lead over President George W Bush, 52% to 38%. In Election 2000, Bush lost California to Al Gore by 11 points. Electoral College totals since California was already in the Kerry column. In California, 81% of liberal voters say they will vote for Senator Kerry while 74% of conservative voters say they will vote for President Bush. Kerry leads among men and women, Investors and non-Investors. Data for California will updated again early next month. Sign up for our free Weekly Update Sign Up This data has been compiled from a national telephone survey of 15,000 Likely Voters conducted by Rasmussen Reports from June 1-30, 2004. Each night, 500 interviews with Likely Voters were conducted. National results for the survey during that time frame show that President Bush and Senator Kerry each attracted 45% of the vote. State-by-state samples carry a margin of error that varies from +/- 3 percentage points to +/- 5 percentage points depending upon the state. Data for California, Texas, and New York carries a 3 percentage point margin of error. For Florida, Illinois, Pennsylvania, Ohio, and Michigan, the margin of error is +/- 4 percentage points. For all other states, the margin of error is +/- 5 percentage points. In all cases, the margin of error is expressed with a 95% level of confidence. In some states, oversampling and supplemental interviews were used to obtain an adequate sample size for reporting purposes.
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