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Georgia: The Unlikely New Frontier
Thursday, October 23 2008

Tags: democracy corps | Democrats | georgia | house | martin | mccain | obama | Republican Party

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Barack Obama has no business winning in Georgia this year. Neither does U.S. Senate candidate Jim Martin. Yet both Democrats are within striking range in a state President Bush carried by 17 points in 2004, and where in the last six years Republicans replaced Democrats in both Senate seats, and won the governor's office for the first time since Reconstruction. John McCain leads Barack Obama by just two points and Jim Martin trails incumbent Senator Saxby Chambliss by just 4 points, 44 - 48 percent.

 
Third Presidential Debate: McCain Digs Himself a Deeper Hole
Thursday, October 16 2008
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John McCain entered tonight's debate needing to halt Barack Obama's momentum and fundamentally change the dynamic of the race. Not only did he fail to achieve this goal, McCain dug himself an even deeper hole. Undecided voters watching the debate felt McCain gave a decidedly un-presidential performance, appearing rude, negative, and easily flustered - a stark contrast to Barack Obama's cool, commanding presence.

 

 
Environmental Update
Friday, October 03 2008

Tags: battleground | democracy corps | house | incumbents | mccain | national | obama

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Combined data from Greenberg Quinlan Rosner and Democracy Corps on the political environment.

 
Consolidating the Hispanic Vote
Friday, August 29 2008

Tags: arizona | colorado | democracy corps | hispanic voters | Mountain West | nevada | new mexico | obama

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A special Democracy Corps and Greenberg Quinlan Rosner survey of Hispanic voters in Arizona, Colorado, New Mexico and Nevada shows that Barack Obama holds a commanding lead among Latinos in the southwest. The Democratic nominee leads John McCain by 45 points and has a chance to perform better among Hispanic voters than any Democratic presidential candidate in recent history.

 
Back to Macomb
Monday, August 25 2008

Tags: democracy corps | focus groups | Michigan | obama | reagan democrats

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Going into the Democratic convention, Barack Obama remains a candidate with unique strengths and unique challenges. He has yet to close the deal with many white, working-class voters who normally vote Democratic. Winning back these Democratic defectors and Reagan Democrats will be a key goal for Obama in his quest for the presidency.

 
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