When we attend Princeton, the President will be...

<p>Just thought I'd be a political pundit and give you the exit poll numbers:</p>

<p>FL Kerry +1
PA Kerry +4
OH Kerry +1
WI Kerry +4
MI Kerry+2
NH Kerry +4</p>

<p>Senate Winners:
Martinez FL
Thune SD
Bunning KY
Salazar CO</p>

Bowles NC
Coors CO</p>

<p>Your post is a tinsy bit too proud.
I appreciate your optimism, though.</p>


<p>hahah I try.</p>

<p>Don't forget Obama. You can't forget Obama! lol</p>

<p>My guess is:
Senate: same, ilcapo, those look good to me (though I think Bunning has a tough race ahead of him, even more than Thune does).
Phil--I think Obama's a given. Keyes did well in the debate, but he blew it with that comment on Lynne Cheney at the RNC in NYC...</p>

<p>Prez (I won't even try to guess actual % # differences):
FL Bush (by more than in Ohio)
PA Kerry (by same margin as Bush in FL)
OH Bush (by a very slim margin)
WI Bush
MI Kerry
NH Kerry
IA Bush
HI Kerry...despite the polls (I just can't see HI going Republican)</p>

<p>Those numbers are all based on actual exit polls from Drudge.</p>

<p>Which, ironically, was listed as my "Favorite Source of News" on Princeton app.</p>

<p>Ah yes, it all comes back to Princeton.</p>

<p>Mine are based on the Rasmussen polls, which have been just about the closest to the nat'l polling avgs. throught the campaigns.</p>

<p><a href="http://www.rasmussenreports.com/index.htm%5B/url%5D"&gt;http://www.rasmussenreports.com/index.htm&lt;/a&gt;&lt;/p>

<p>i think OH, WI, and IA will be kerry. IA and WI are dem a lot. and OH just lost thousands of jobs.</p>

<p>OH: I have no idea....I'm thinking Bush will win it, but that's just a hunch.</p>

<p>CNN's got a really well-designed page...</p>

<p><a href="http://www.cnn.com/ELECTION/2004/pages/results/%5B/url%5D"&gt;http://www.cnn.com/ELECTION/2004/pages/results/&lt;/a&gt;&lt;/p>

<p>Wow, 36 mins. until the first poll closings...</p>

<p>Drudge is confusing me, I can't take this ****.</p>

<p>Exit polls are really reliable though. I was watching tv a few minutes ago and this reporter said that in the last election when the exit polls came out, he had an interview with a Republican leader (I'm sorry, I can't remember who), and he said that Bush had no chance of winning. Well, things obviously turned out differently.</p>

<p>I guess you meant "aren't really reliable"....I agree, they were wrong in about 1/2 of the close states last time.
Is your b-day Nov. 27? Mine's the 28th....</p>

<p>6 minutes until the first poll closings..</p>

<p>Edit: 2 minutes...</p>

<p>Edit Edit: 1 minute...</p>

<p>1st Poll Closings Now (7:00 ET)</p>

<p>According to CNN:
Republicans have gained 1 in the senate, GA.
Bush:34 EC
Kerry: 3 EC
SO FAR...</p>

<p>all the states reported so far always vote rep so....hahaha east coast is kinda predictable...southern states will vote rep, northern will vote dem. just waiting for OH, FL, WI, IA, MN.....</p>

<p>lol, when i first read this, i thought you meant the president of princeton, i.e. Shirley Tilghman.</p>

<p>I think OH will go Bush, MI Kerry, FL Bush. Oh the suspense... almost as bad as waiting for Dec 15, only at least I know this (/will) should be resolved in the next few days!</p>

<p>Like ilcapo235, it does all come back to Pton.</p>

<p>Ah, the relief sets in.
CNN won't call OH for Bush, but it seems a likely Bush EC contingent....</p>