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U.S. Presidential Election Exit Polls (2008)

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  • As Barack Obama and Sarah Palin make final midterm pitches, it's Americans' turn to speak

     
    What to look for tonight and how the possible numbers compare with other historic elections....
  • Conservatives projected to win British election, but governing may elude; Brown's Labor Party lags

     
    Editor's Note: Because of the broad global interest in Thursday's British parliamentary elections The Ticket asked our colleague Craig Howie to wrap up the results for our politics readers around the world. Here it is: In Britain, they like nothing......
  • John Edwards ends presidential bid

    He launched his campaign in the hurricane-ravaged quarters of New Orleans and traveled through Appalachia, talking about poverty and railing against corporate greed and financial disparities. But something strange happened as John Edwards built his...
  • Super Tuesday looks close for Democrats

    Barack Obama gained a burst of momentum from his landslide victory in the South Carolina primary on Saturday and an expected endorsement today from Democratic Sen. Edward M. Kennedy. But now, the Illinois senator faces a monumental contest that does not...
  • Obama easily wins heated S.C. primary

    Barack Obama romped to victory Saturday in the South Carolina Democratic primary, a landslide powered by African American voters energized by a chance to elect the nation's first black president. The win, the most lopsided of the campaign, gives the...
  • The Latino vote is pro-Clinton, not anti-Obama

    The results of Tuesday's primaries brought a renewed and vigorous debate about the Latino vote and the "Latino gap" for Sen. Barack Obama (D-Ill.). States such as California, Illinois, New York, Arizona and New Mexico have very large Latino electorates...
  • What Obama's win means for politics and America

    What Obama's win means for politics and America
    Today's question: What stood out most about Tuesday's victory for Barack Obama? Previously, Schnur and Cain discussed voter enthusiasm about the election and the factors that shifted the race in Obama's favor. Watching history in the making Point: Dan...
  • Do we have too much faith in Obama?

    Do we have too much faith in Obama?
    Today's question: Are the public's expectations about Barack Obama and the economy setting him up for failure? Given the latest numbers, could any president come out unscathed? Previously, Lilly and Weigel discussed Obama's relationship with labor unions,...
  • Patching up the parties

    Pundits seem to be converging on a new conventional wisdom: that the drawn-out and extraordinarily competitive Democratic presidential primary race between Barack Obama and Hillary Rodham Clinton has cleaved the party in two.Many voters insist that they...
  • The 'Bradley effect' myth

    Much has been said and written in recent weeks about the so-called Bradley effect, the supposed phenomenon of white voters who secretly harbor racist animosity toward black candidates but who are too embarrassed to admit that to pollsters and thus lie...
  • Obama must signal change for Latinos

    Obama must signal change for Latinos
    Latinos voted in record numbers in last week's presidential election and threw their support overwhelmingly behind Democrat Barack Obama. Nationwide, 67% cast ballots for Obama -- compared with the 44% who voted to reelect President Bush in 2004....