South Carolina Democratic Nomination

South Carolina Pre-Debate Democratic Nomination Polling

February 25, 2020 Politisite Aggregator 0

South Carolina Pre-debate Democratic Presidential Nomination Polling Latest 2020 Polling has the South Carolina Democratic Primary winners as follows Joe Biden +5.1 Sanders Steyer Buttigieg Warren Klobuchar Gabbard Related South Carolina Democratic Primary Polling stories: Real Clear Politics FiveThirtyEight – South Carolina Democratic Primary 2020 South Carolina Primary – Election Central We will post a full post-debate analysis and our Politisite Political Projections after the Charleston debate.

New Hampshire Primary

New Hampshire Primary Winners and Losers 2020

February 10, 2020 Albert N. Milliron 2

Politisite Political Projections for the 2020 New Hampshire Primary Democratic Presidential Nomination. Political polling predictions is where the Pollsters and Pundits make the real money.  If you get it right, you’re a hero and on every cable channel in America. If not you are pushed to the side like yesterdays news.  This is the nature of political projections. PolitiSite uses a momentum modality that is often used with investment instruments […]

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New Poll: NJ Gov. Christie would Beat Obama by 3 points

January 4, 2011 Politisite 0

Zogby 12/30-1/3/10; 2,073 likely voters, 2.2% margin of error 746 likely Republican primary voters, 3.7% margin of error Mode: Internet Zogby release National 2012 President: Republican Primary 27% Christie 17% Romney 16% Palin 14% Huckabee 5% Daniels 2% Pawlenty 2% Thune 2012 President: General Election 43% Christie, 40% Obama 41% Romney, 41% Obama 42% Obama, 39% Huckabee 41% Obama, 38% Pawlenty 40% Obama, 36% Daniels 45% Obama, 38% Palin 42% […]

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The GOP Wave Keeps Coming – when the House goes, the Senate seems to follow

September 28, 2010 Politisite 0

For quite a while, Democrats have waited and desperately hoped that the trajectory of this election campaign would change. They are still waiting and hoping. While things could change in the next 35 days, they haven’t yet, and every day, the magnitude of events necessary to change the course of this election has to be greater than the day before. It seems extremely likely that the GOP will regain control […]

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Health care polling getting worse for Democrats post-passage

April 7, 2010 Politisite 0

In the lead up to the final health care vote, the White House and its liberal allies were trying to make the argument that the reason why the legislation hadn’t been polling better was that Americans were sick of ugly process stories. Once a bill passed, they argued, and those sausage-making stories were supplanted by triumphant stories about this historic achievement that would deliver real benefits, those numbers would turn […]