Landslide … Avalanche … Tsunami Tuesday

 

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No surprises, no game changers:
Pinoys for Obama stay confident

 
 
MANILA – Filipinos predict a landslide victory if not an avalanche or a tsunami today for Illinois Sen. Barack Obama as the newly elected Commander-in-Chief of the United States, two months before his historic inauguration on January 20, 2009 as the 44th American President.
 
Members of the online social network OBAMANOS: Filipinos for Obama Movement said they and their affiliates in the Philippines-America for Obama (Phil-Am for Bam) Movement remain confident that the Democratic candidate will have an insurmountable lead against his Republican rival, Arizona Sen. John McCain.
 
“If it ain’t a landslide, it’s an avalanche or a tsunami with the Great Lakes and the Rocky Mountains turning blue,” Obamanos-in-Chief (OIC) Jason Hussein Bourne said.  “The greatest surprise is that there will be no surprise at all.”
 
The latest Quinnipiac University polls conducted from October 27 to November 2 on battleground or purple states show Obama leading McCain in Pennsylvania by 10 percent, in Ohio by 7 percent, and in Florida by 2 percent.
 
The Quinnipiac Univ. surveys show Obama beating McCain at 52-42 percent in Pennyslvania, at 50-43 percent in Ohio, and 47-45 percent in Florida, with an error margin of 2.5 points.
 
Meanwhile, three recent surveys all show the Democrat surpassing his losing rival nationwide by 9 percent, with both the ABC News/Washington Post daily tracking survey and the Marist College poll showing Obama ahead of McCain at 53-44 percentage.
 
The third survey, which CBS News conducted statewide from October 31 to November 2, shows Obama defeating McCain at 51-42 percentage with an error margin of 3 points.
 
Further, the latest Wall Street Journal/NBC News poll conducted on November 1-2 shows Obama toppling McCain nationwide by 8 percent, at 51-43 percentage, with an error margin of 3.1 points.
 
Another survey from FoxNews Poll and Opinion Dynamics also conducted on November 1-2 shows Obama still outscoring McCain statewide by 7 percent, at 50-43 percentage, with an error margin of 3 points.
 
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