Tuesday, November 07, 2006

Early exit polls

From a variety of sources, including lefty New Republic and righty National Review, these are the early exit polls:

Democrats leading:
Virginia (52-47)
Rhode Island (53-46)
Pennsylvania (57-42)
Ohio (57-43)
New Jersey (52-45)
Montana (53-46)
Missouri (50-48)
Maryland (53-46)

Republicans leading:
Tennessee (51-48)
Arizona (50-46)

Of course, early exit polls showed Kerry winning in 2004, so take these with a grain of salt, followed by a shot of tequila.

Ok, maybe it's going to happen again. Here's the early hard data on Virginia:

Webb: 49.49%
Allen: 49.33%
19.69% of precincts reporting
07:56 pm EST


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Your original predictions look pretty good.

Your Senate estimate (49-49-1) could be prescient, since there is one other independent (VT). If Dems hold on in Montana and Virginia, wouldn't it be something if Lieberman became the new SecDef, allowing Republican govenor to appoint his replacement? (I suspect that's too much for JL but wouldn't be surprised if the WH hasn't at least thought of the possiblity.)

We stopped digging over the cesspool; now we'll see if we can ALL climb out.

9:42 AM  

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