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Is there justice after all?

By Michael J. Smith on Tuesday May 9, 2006 02:03 PM

Our friends at Angus Reid report a new poll:
Democrat Lead Down to Three Points in U.S.
May 9, 2006

(Angus Reid Global Scan) – The congressional election in the United States could be closer than expected, according to a poll by Opinion Dynamics released by Fox News. 41 per cent of respondents would vote for the Democratic candidate in their congressional district, while 38 per cent would support the Republican contender. Two-in-ten voters would vote for other parties, or remain undecided. Support for the Democrats fell by seven points since March, while backing for the Republicans increased by four points.

I don't know anything about Opinion Dynamics, though the Fox News connection makes one wonder. Still, I hope they're right. An undeserved plum falling into the Dems' lap this fall would depress me more than I can tell you.

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I'd more likely expect 3rd Party and Independent candidates gains this go around than a demobot revival. The elephants may be repulsive, but nobody has forgotten the craptastic Clinton '90s.

Imagine if somebody like Chretien, Zeese or Cavlan actually won a race. It's hard to imagine who would produce a more impressive silence: The corporate media or the liberal bloggers...

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