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Randy Poe wrote:

> Caught just a piece of a news story on the radio a couple of days ago, > where they]]>Nov 5, 2000 11:11:21 PMNov 5, 2000 11:11:21 PMjonathanemiller@home.com0Re: presidential polling theory?
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If all of the rsults are close together and the leading candidates are close then the race is close. If one candidate is consistently]]>Nov 3, 2000 9:59:41 PMNov 3, 2000 9:59:41 PMfreelancefabulous@my-deja.com0Re: presidential polling theory?
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In article <3a018de2.72792458@news.newsguy.com>, randyp@visionplace.com (Randy Poe) wrote: > Caught]]>Nov 3, 2000 4:02:13 PMNov 3, 2000 4:02:13 PMbill.daly@tradition-ny.com1presidential polling theory?
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Caught just a piece of a news story on the radio a couple of days ago, where they were talking about the difficulties pollsters face]]>Nov 2, 2000 11:02:28 AMNov 2, 2000 11:02:28 AMrandyp@visionplace.com3