Wisconsin Exit Polls Favor Obama

CBS News reported that the early exit polls from Wisconsin appear to favor Obama tonight.  CBS indicated that change was viewed as the most important quality to Democratic primary voters in the early exit polls.   Additionally, Obama is seen by Wisconsin voters as the Democrat most likely to win the election in November.

Jeff Greenfield of CBS said the following about the polling numbers: “Harry, if you’re looking for encouragement from Hillary Clinton, basically you have to hope these numbers are wrong.”

Bob Schieffer of CBS added: “There can’t be very much happiness in the Clinton camp tonight.”

CNN reported earlier tonight that 27% of the Wisconsin voters in the Democratic primary were independents while 10% were Republicans.  This also bodes well for Obama.

Of course, the exit polls might not truly reflect the final outcome. They have often not done so in this primary season.  But I’m sure the Obama camp would rather have the exit polls look favorable than not.


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3 Responses to “Wisconsin Exit Polls Favor Obama”

  1. Bill Vroom Says:

    Hey, this is a little off topic, but here’s a wonderful Obama site: http://obamawill.com


  2. rberlind Says:

    For those wondering why I approved Bill’s comment even though it had very little to do with the post, I did so because I considered it an expression of his opinion about Obama’s supporters which is that they are so enamoured with him as to think that he will solve all problems. I don’t agree with Bill, but respect his right to express his opinion.

    Regarding the site itself, it is actually kind of funny and does not appear to have any viruses or anything else malicious as far as I could tell.

  3. Rod Darty Says:

    As a longtime independent voter I will chance for a change rather than go for a repeat of the NAFTA signer and approver Bill Clinton years.

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