2016? Clinton 43%, Christie 41%

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    Big successes like having the slowest growing economy in the midwest. Great stuff.
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    link?
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    Going to vote for the person who can bring people together and lead. Any dumbass can divide but some prefer that.
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    It's not true, unless you consider the "midwest" solely Wisconsin, Minnesota, North Dakota and South Dakota. Wisconsin's recovery has outpaced Michigan, Ohio, Missouri and Kansas.
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    [sarcasm]

    It's really been my experience that polls taken three years ahead of time are consistent and accurate at predicting political races, particularly the Presidency. I'm sure November 2016 will not only come down to these exact candidates but will have this exact result in both the popular and electoral college elections votes.

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    Meanwhile, a more realistic poll this week has HRC leading Christie by 10 points in NEW JERSEY.
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    Three years ahead of an election, I'm pretty sure no poll is "realistic."
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    80% of people polled say that polls with favorable numbers are "realistic" though.
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    Three our of four statiticians support this statistic...and use Crest toothpaste.
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