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National Surveys
Obama Emerges with First Real Lead
Thursday, October 02 2008
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In Democracy Corps' national and presidential battleground surveys conducted this week among likely voters, Barack Obama has emerged with the first real, sustainable lead of the presidential race. Obama has taken a 4-point lead nationally, but more important, he leads by 6 points in the presidential battleground states (50 to 44 percent). This lead represents a 10-point swing in the battleground states that Kerry lost by 4 points in 2004 - a comparable swing to what congressional Democrats achieved in 2006.

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Survey on the Financial Crisis
Thursday, September 25 2008
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From September 22-24, 2008, Democracy Corps conducted a survey of 1007 likely voters nationally and 1128 likely voters in the presidential battleground.

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The Changing Presidential Race after the Conventions
Monday, September 15 2008

The latest events in the presidential campaign have tightened the race dramatically. In Democracy Corps' latest surveys of 1,000 likely voters nationally and 1,017 likely voters in the presidential battleground states, the vote margin has shifted 7 points towards John McCain nationally and 9 points in the battleground. This swing puts McCain ahead of Barack Obama by 2 points nationally (48 to 46 percent), consistent with the national public polls, and by 1 point in the battleground states (48 to 47 percent)

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National and Battleground Survey
Thursday, September 11 2008
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From September 8 - 10, 2008, Democracy Crops conducted a survey of 1,000 likely voters nationwide and 1,017 likely voters in presidential battleground states.

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YFTW: Audacity of Hope
Tuesday, August 26 2008
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With the Presidential race tightening, Senator Barack Obama's support among young people remains stable and convincing, at 57 percent, compared to 29 percent for Senator John McCain. In a new report in the Youth for the Win series, Democracy Corps and Greenberg Quinlan Rosner provide analysis on the importance of major issues like the economy, Iraq, and health care to young voters, and find them defying the stereotype of a cynical generation -- so long as Barack Obama wins.

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