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Battleground Surveys
Presidential Battleground Survey
Friday, September 19 2008

Tags: battleground | democracy corps | Democrats | mccain | obama | presidential | Republican Party

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Download this file (dcor901808fq10_pb.pdf)Frequency Questionnaire[ ]39 Kb

From September 15-18, 2008, Democracy Corps conducted a survey of 1000 likely voters in the presidential battleground.

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After Convention, Obama Consolidates Democrats and Clinton Supporters, Expands Lead in Presidential Battleground
Thursday, September 04 2008

Tags: battleground | campaign | clinton | convention | Democrats | mccain | obama | Palin | presidential

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Download this file (democracycorpsbriefing090808.pdf)Graphs[ ]402 Kb

Barack Obama emerged from the Democratic convention with the Democratic Party unified behind him and a solid lead in the presidential battleground states. In the latest Democracy Corps survey conducted after the Democratic convention Obama leads John McCain by 5 points nationally (49 to 44 percent) and holds a striking 6-point advantage (49 to 43 percent) in a Republican-tilted battlefield that voted for Bush by 4 points in 2004.

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North Carolina Open to Democrats in 2008
Wednesday, September 03 2008

Tags: battleground | campaign | democracy corps | Democrats | house | incumbents | mccain | North Carolina | obama | presidential | Republican Party

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Download this file (ncsw082608met1.pdf)Survey Methodology[ ]10 Kb

Democratic candidates for Senate and President are poised to give Republicans in North Carolina a major challenge in 2008. In a state that voted Republican for president for the last 30 years, Barack Obama is within striking distance of John McCain, and Kay Hagan leads incumbent Elizabeth Dole by 5 points. A recent survey conducted by Democracy Corps and Greenberg Quinlan Rosner demonstrates that in 2008, North Carolina voters are ready for change:

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Interior West Battleground Survey
Wednesday, August 27 2008

Tags: battleground | campaign | democracy corps | Democrats | house | incumbents | interior west | Republican Party

From August 17-21, 2008, Democracy Corps conducted a survey of 700 Likely Voters in 12 Battleground Districts (AZ 1, AZ 3, AZ 5, AZ 8, CO 4, ID 1, MT AL, NV 2, NV 3, WY AL, NM 1, & NM 2)

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Presidential Battleground Survey
Tuesday, August 19 2008

Tags: battleground | campaign | democracy corps | Democrats | mccain | obama | presidential | Republican Party

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Download this file (pb08081708gr1.pdf)Graphs[ ]998 Kb

From August 12-17, 2008, Democracy Corps conducted a survey of 1,348 likely voters in 18 battleground states (Alaska, Colo., Iowa, Ind., Fla., Mich., Minn., Mo., Mont., N.C., N.D., N.H., Nev., Ohio, Penn., Va., Wisc.)

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