Tuesday, February 03, 2004
CNN calls Delaware and Missouri for Kerry
Fun exit poll facts from Delaware: (1183 respondents)
Kerry dominates just about every category. Dean is running third among folks who visit candidates' web sites frequently. Sharpton is doing markedly better among moderates than among liberals (Delaware doesn't appear to allow conservatives to vote in the Democratic primary). 0% of respondents characterize the national economy as Excellent, 83% characterize it as Not Good or Poor. 1% of respondents cite 'understands my state' as a candidates top quality -- compare to South Carolina: 12% (Edwards got 78% of those votes, so if he wins South Carolina by less than 9% that's the difference).
Fun exit poll facts from Missouri: (1378 respondents)
Again, Kerry is dominant. Dean is third among frequent web-site visitors -- but he's also third among luddites. Sharpton pulls 15% of the African American vote to Kerry's 54% -- Edwards gets 14%. Sharpton gets 2% of the moderate vote and 3% of the liberal vote, but 4% of the conservative vote. 40% of respondents say that they are Angry at the Bush Administration, and another 41% are Dissatisfied. Bucking a trend, 1% consider the economy to be Excellent.