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POLL 2016: Who Can Win Ohio?

POLL 2016: Who Can Win Ohio?

Gabe Finger | 1:02 PM | June 26, 2013

A new Quinnipiac poll of Ohio voters released Wednesday finds Vice President Joe Biden significantly behind potential match-ups against Republicans Gov. Chris Christie and Sen. Rand Paul in the key battleground state.

Biden is topped by the Kentucky senator by a 49-40 margin. Things get even worse for the VP against New Jersey’s Christie, who is beating him 50-32.

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I hate polls

They are just a means of creating a desired outcome and changing public opinion.

Does anyone really believe the majority of Americans support the NSA spying on them? Any time the government does something controversial, the media puts out polls showing the majority approve. If you don't believe one poll, then you have to ignore all polls.

It is a losing cause, but I would support any effort to eliminate the use of polls in elections. Can you imagine the upheaval if we had an election with no MSM polls, and paper ballots counted in public view?


if we start building our coalition now. We are having our next meeting in Columbus on July 8th.

The Columbus Liberty Coalition formed this past week. Our platform is pretty simple:

-Protecting Civil Liberties
-Equal Rights
-Legalization of Marijuana
-Fiscal Responsibility

Our next meeting is July 8th at 8pm. Mary Jane Borden who is heading the movement to legalize marijuana will be there to speak and train us on how to help with her legislation.

Send me a PM if you would like to attend or support.


'Peace is a powerful message.' Ron Paul

deacon's picture

this might help

gain in the polls,and hopefully an election

and is fro Ohio also

Let it ever not be said,that I never did not do nothing for you.


deacon.. much appreciated.

'Peace is a powerful message.' Ron Paul

In Ohio

the first order of business and top priority should be to OUST boehner.

"What if the American people learn the truth" - Ron Paul

Nancey Boeloenie...

..may not even be welcome in Westchester. On the other hand, in a state that elected Commie Kasich as its chief executive, there seem little chance that they would depose the current madame speaker

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Get the boner out and put in Justin Amash for speaker