MI: Suffolk: Schauer (D) leading (user search)

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« on: September 11, 2014, 01:50:31 PM »


Schauer (D)- 45%
Snyder (R)- 43%

When third party voters are pressed, its Schauer 47/44.

Democrats have leads in the downballot contests:

Brown (D)- 43%
Calley (R)- 33%

Dillard (D)- 40%
Johnson (R)- 36%

Totten (D)- 43%
Schuette (R)- 36%

Michigan doesn't vote for Governor and Lt. Governor separately.

Nothing in the crosstabs jumps out here (41% Democrat, 35% Republican, 23% Independent; 80% white/13% black; 41% of the electorate from Southeastern Michigan). The sample voted for Obama 48-42. The decimals are a red flag.

better get to higher ground guys, the REPUBLICAN WAVE is building!!!!

Oh please.  Michigan going Democratic is hardly a sign of a good night for the Democrats.  It is a tough state for the GOP.  Think about it this way--Snyder signed right-to-work in the unionyist of union states and he's still within the margin of error. Amazing.

You don't know what you're talking about. RTW might be a critical issue here, but it's far from the only issue.

It's not like we haven't had Republican governors in the past (hint: we have, and Engler was elected three consecutive times). The GOP has a super majority in the state legislature as we speak.
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