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Autor:  Breckenfeld
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Data:  17/JUN/2008 8:49 PM
Assunto:  Fired up

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Poll: Fired-up factor favors Obama


Could a battered economy, waning enthusiasm for the war in Iraq and President Bush's low approval ratings spell trouble for Sen. John McCain and other Republicans in November? According to a new poll, the answer depends on who you ask.

A new poll shows that most voters believe that Sen. Barack Obama is likely to win in November.

1 of 2 A CNN/Opinion Research Corp. poll, taken June 4-5, shows that there is a large morale gap between Democrats and Republicans.

According to the poll, two-thirds of Obama supporters, or 67 percent, say they're extremely or very enthusiastic about voting for president this year.

But only about one-third, or 34 percent, of McCain supporters feel fired up. The poll question had a sampling error of plus or minus 5 percentage points.


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 Fired up  –  Breckenfeld  17/JUN/2008, 8:49 PM
Fired up  –  Dale/CR  18/JUN/2008, 12:15 AM
Fired up = excited, enthusiastic  –  Márcio Farias  18/JUN/2008, 8:24 AM
Fired up = excited, enthusiastic  –  Jazz  18/JUN/2008, 5:51 PM
Fired up = excited, enthusiastic  –  Dale/CR  18/JUN/2008, 9:37 PM

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