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Most Recent Articles: February 2008

February 29, 2008

Ohio: Clinton 47% Obama 45%

Friendship in the Fourth Estate: A Commentary by Susan Estrich

Pennsylvania GOP Primary: McCain 59% Huckabee 30%

New Mexico Senate: Democrat Udall Leads Republican Candidates

17% Say the Boston Red Sox will Win Another World Series

February 28, 2008

Texas: McCain 54% Huckabee 34% Paul 7%

Texas: Obama 48% Clinton 44%

Pennsylvania: Clinton 46% Obama 42%

Obama's Big-Government Vision: A Commentary by Lawrence Kudlow  

Veep! Veep! The McCain Possibilities: A Commentary by Larry J. Sabato

How Not to Run for VP: An Inside Report by Robert D. Novak

February 27, 2008

Ohio GOP Primary: McCain 55% Huckabee 29%

Vermont GOP Primary: McCain 68% Huckabee 17%

McCain Trusted More than Obama on National Security, Iraq, and the Economy

24% Have Favorable Opinion of New York Times

Rasmussen Markets Update: Debate Doesn’t Slow Obama Momentum  

The Suicide of Emma Beck and Silence No More: A Commentary by Michelle Malkin

February 26, 2008

Clinton Lead Slipping in Ohio

Texas GOP Primary: McCain 52% Huckabee 31%

Obama's Real Experience: His Candidacy: A Commentary by Dick Morris

What About the Woman Lobbyist?: A Commentary by Froma Harrop

February 25, 2008

Texas: Clinton 46% Obama 45%

Vermont: Obama 57% Clinton 33%

Rhode Island: Clinton 53% Obama 38%

Discover (R) Small Business Watch (SM): More Small Business Owners See Economic Conditions for Their Businesses Improving

Who Will Bell Hillary?: An Inside Report by Robert D. Novak

February 24, 2008

New Mexico: Obama and McCain Tied at 44%

Wisconsin: Obama 44% McCain 43%

February 23, 2008

More Voters Now See Obama As Liberal than Clinton; 51% See McCain As Moderate

McCain Has Less Core Opposition Than Clinton or Obama  

Clinton’s Crumbling Ohio Firewall: An Inside Report by Robert D. Novak

February 22, 2008

Campaign Financing Not a Hot Topic in Presidential Election

The G Word: A Commentary by Susan Estrich

Democrats and the Popular Vote: A Commentary by Rhodes Cook

For McCain and Obama, the Fighting Has Just Begun: A Commentary by Douglas Schoen

Texas: McCain 46% Huckabee 37%

February 21, 2008

Our Man in Islamabad: An Inside Report by Robert D. Novak

NAFTA Gets a Bum Rap: A Commentary by Froma Harrop

Texas Democratic Primary: Clinton 47% Obama 44%

Iowa: Obama 44% McCain 41%

Virginia: McCain 49% Clinton 44%

After Putin Remarks, 76% Are Not Worried About a Russian Attack on the U.S.

39% Say It’s Very Likely Democratic Contest Will Not Be Decided Until the Convention

Virginia Senate: Warner 57% Gilmore 37%

No "Straight Talk" on Iraq Cost: A Commentary by Joe Conason

It's Over: A Commentary by Lawrence Kudlow

February 20, 2008

Michigan: Obama 47% McCain 39%

Ohio: McCain 42% Obama 41%

Michelle Obama's America -- and Mine: A Commentary by Michelle Malkin

What's in a Word?: A Commentary by Susan Estrich

Obama Now Overwhelming Favorite to Win Democratic Presidential Nomination

February 19, 2008

Vaporous Obama Turns Off Many Centrists: A Commentary by Froma Harrop

Minnesota Senate: Coleman Falls Behind Franken, Holds Modest Lead Over Ciresi

Oregon Senate: Smith 48% Merkley 30%; Smith 48% Novick 35%

February 18, 2008

Minnesota: McCain Leads Clinton By Five, Trails Obama By Fifteen

Florida: McCain Leads Clinton and Has Bigger Lead Over Obama

32% Say U.S. Legal System Worries Too Much About National Security at Expense of Individual Rights

President’s Day Often Ignored, but Washington and Lincoln Still Legendary

February 17, 2008

Pennsylvania: Obama 49% McCain 39%; McCain 44% Clinton 42%

Oregon: Obama Leads McCain, McCain Leads Clinton

71% Willing to Vote for Woman President, 73% for African-American

Generic Congressional Ballot: Democrats 44% Republicans 40%

Hillary Clinton Goofs Again: A Commentary by Dick Morris

February 16, 2008

Partisan Economics: Democrats, Republicans Have Fundamentally Different Perceptions of the Economy

Wisconsin: McCain 51% Huckabee 30%

Hillary's "McGovern" Problem: An Inside Report by Robert Novak

A Super Fight Down the Road: A Commentary By Michael Barone

February 15, 2008

Ohio: McCain 50% Huckabee 33%

Texas: McCain 45% Huckabee 37%

Texas: Clinton 54% Obama 38%

The Heat in the Kitchen: A Commentary by Susan Estrich

February 14, 2008

In Defense of Conservative Talk Radio: A Commentary by Michelle Malkin

Remaking New Orleans: An Inside Report by Robert D. Novak

Schemes We Have Seen: A Commentary by Froma Harrop  

Colorado Senate: Schaffer 44% Udall 43%

Ohio: Clinton 51% Obama 37%

Wisconsin: Obama 47% Clinton 43%

The Case for McCain: A Commentary by Lawrence Kudlow

What's Waiting for Obama: A Commentary by Joe Conason

18% Dread Valentine’s Day

February 13, 2008

Missouri Governor: Nixon Leads Republican Challengers

New Hampshire: Obama 49% McCain 36%; Clinton 43% McCain 41%  

Colorado: Obama Leads McCain, McCain Leads Clinton

Missouri: Toss-Up Between McCain and Either Obama or Clinton

Rasmussen Markets Update: Potomac Primary Has Little Impact

Beware What You Wish For: A Commentary by Susan Estrich

February 12, 2008

Treating Nature-Deficit Disorder: A Commentary by Froma Harrop

60% Want Troops Home from Iraq Within a Year

Potomac Primary: Expectations High for Obama and McCain

Following Passage of Economic Stimulus Package, Consumer Confidence Sinks to New Low

February 11, 2008

Obama, the Democratic Nominee? Yes He Can!: A Commentary By Dick Morris & Eileen McGann

Race for the White House: Clinton or Obama? Who Fares Best Against McCain?

Public Struggles With Scale of Federal Budget

Rasmussen Market Update: Expectations of Obama Victory Rise Sharply

The Bradley Effect?: An Inside Report by Robert D. Novak

February 10, 2008

Colin Powell: Most Valuable Endorsement

February 9, 2008

Virginia: Obama 55% Clinton 37%

Maryland: Obama 57% Clinton 31%

McCain at CPAC: An Inside Report by Robert D. Novak

Barack's Road to Victory: A Commentary by Dick Morris

February 8, 2008

A Nation Worried About Its Future and Searching For Leadership: The Context for Election 2008

Between 'Inspiration' and Health Care : A Commentary by Froma Harrop

Lucky Fella: A Commentary by Susan Estrich

February 7, 2008

Quo Vadis, Conservatives?: A Commentary by Michelle Malkin

GOP's Anti-Pork Nominee: An Inside Report by Robert D. Novak

Unconventional Thinking: A Commentary by Susan Estrich

The Meaning of Super Tuesday: A Commentary By Douglas E. Schoen

Just 19% Say Nation Better Off Than Four Years Ago

February 6, 2008

Berkeley Vs. America, Again: A Commentary by Michelle Malkin

Rasmussen Markets Update: Clinton, Obama Show to Continue… for a Long Time

Rasmussen Markets Update: McCain Feeling Super on Wednesday Morning

February 5, 2008

Number of Republicans in U.S. Increases in December to Two-Year High

60% Think Microsoft-Yahoo Takeover Would be Good for the Economy

Clinton, Obama Contest Will Continue Beyond Super Tuesday

Super Tuesday Should Be A Good Day for John McCain "I Call You My Base": A Commentary by Froma Harrop  

Super Tuesday Outlook: Obama's Surge: A Commentary by Dick Morris

February 4, 2008

Race for Democratic Nomination Nationally Is Now a Toss-Up

Delegate Math Favors McCain Democratic Stalemate: An Inside Report by Robert D. Novak

February 3, 2008

California: Obama 45% Clinton 44%

California: McCain 38% Romney 38%

It's the Economy: "Very Important" to 80% of Likely Voters

Georgia: Obama 52% Clinton 37%

Georgia: McCain 31% Romney 29% Huckabee 28%

February 2, 2008

Arizona: McCain 43% Romney 34%

Arizona: Clinton 46% Obama 41%

67% Think Patriots Will Win Super Bowl

Bush Against Romney: An Inside Report By Michael Novak

Missouri: Clinton 47% Obama 38%

Tennessee: McCain 32% Romney 29% Huckabee 23%

Tennessee: Clinton 49% Obama 35%

What Happened to John Edwards?: A Commentary by Susan Estrich

The Parties Change Places: A Commentary by Michael Barone

Alabama: Clinton 46% Obama 41%

Missouri: McCain 32% Huckabee 29% Romney 28%

February 1, 2008

Alabama: McCain 38% Huckabee 30%

Massachusetts: Romney 55% McCain 23%

North Carolina Governor: Moore 39% McCrory 34%, Perdue 42% McCrory 38%

Hillary Crashing in California: A Commentary by Dick Morris

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