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IceSpear
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« Reply #25 on: September 07, 2014, 03:15:42 pm »

Obama approval rating will not be the same throughout the country WI is a blue state not unusual his approvals would be higher there same as MN.

SUSA has him at 38% approval in Minnesota. He's not better off in Wisconsin than Minnesota. WAA is a junk poll and a bunch of red avvies are hypocrites for saying otherwise.

I agree with you that WAA is a junk pollster, but the national polls are pretty consistent that Obama has a 40-42% approval rating nationally. It wouldn't make any sense to be doing worse in MN/WI than nationally, and he should be doing a tad better in those states.
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« Reply #26 on: September 08, 2014, 11:40:14 am »

Obama approval rating will not be the same throughout the country WI is a blue state not unusual his approvals would be higher there same as MN.

SUSA has him at 38% approval in Minnesota. He's not better off in Wisconsin than Minnesota. WAA is a junk poll and a bunch of red avvies are hypocrites for saying otherwise.
Susa is really bad at polling MN.
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« Reply #27 on: September 08, 2014, 11:43:08 am »

Obama approval rating will not be the same throughout the country WI is a blue state not unusual his approvals would be higher there same as MN.

SUSA has him at 38% approval in Minnesota. He's not better off in Wisconsin than Minnesota. WAA is a junk poll and a bunch of red avvies are hypocrites for saying otherwise.
Susa is really bad at polling MN.

Meh, its decent. It had Dayton winning by 1 in 2010, Obama by 11 and Klobuchar by 30 for 2012.
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« Reply #28 on: September 08, 2014, 12:31:16 pm »

Obama approval rating will not be the same throughout the country WI is a blue state not unusual his approvals would be higher there same as MN.

SUSA has him at 38% approval in Minnesota. He's not better off in Wisconsin than Minnesota. WAA is a junk poll and a bunch of red avvies are hypocrites for saying otherwise.
Susa is really bad at polling MN.
Maybe its improved a bit in recent years, because it had something like McCain 1 in 08.
Meh, its decent. It had Dayton winning by 1 in 2010, Obama by 11 and Klobuchar by 30 for 2012.
Maybe its improved a bit in recent years, because it had something like McCain 1 in 08.
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« Reply #29 on: September 08, 2014, 12:41:27 pm »

Obama approval rating will not be the same throughout the country WI is a blue state not unusual his approvals would be higher there same as MN.

SUSA has him at 38% approval in Minnesota. He's not better off in Wisconsin than Minnesota. WAA is a junk poll and a bunch of red avvies are hypocrites for saying otherwise.

I agree with you that WAA is a junk pollster, but the national polls are pretty consistent that Obama has a 40-42% approval rating nationally. It wouldn't make any sense to be doing worse in MN/WI than nationally, and he should be doing a tad better in those states.

This exactly, I don't see how this is that hard to understand.
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