Quarta-feira, 26 de Março de 2008
Race
Quando escrevi sobre a inevitabilidade de uma polarização racial na campanha democrata, fui criticado por não existir qualquer indício disso. Neste momento, quando os democratas se preocupam (e com razão) com a possibilidade de estarem a alienar importantes porções do eleitorado para a votação em Novembro, devido à polarização que ambos os candidatos ajudaram a construir, só me ocorre dizer: This is still not over...

publicado por Bruno Gonçalves
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De Jorge A. a 27 de Março de 2008 às 00:47
http://www.pollster.com/blogs/some_context_on_the_democratic.php

"Brian Schaffner provides some helpful context for the Gallup "Democratic defector" results that we linked to earlier today. He notes a Pew Research Center survey from March 2000 that suggested similar fallout for George W. Bush as a result of his primary against John McCain.

Primaries Costly for Bush

Moreover, Gore leads Bush by a 51%-44% margin among voters who say they backed McCain during the primary process.(1) These McCain supporters are especially vocal critics of Bush as a person -- nearly half (48%) of those who support Gore point to Bush's personality as the thing they like least about him.[NOTE 1: Unless otherwise noted, former McCain and Bradley backers/supporters are those who say they strongly supported McCain/Bradley for their parties' nomination.]"


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