Keyesmentum Like A River
Poll shows Obama's lead on Keyes has grown to 51 points
CHICAGO - Democratic candidate Barack Obama's lead in the race for U.S. Senate has grown to 51 percentage points over Republican Alan Keyes, a new poll shows.
The Tribune/WGN-TV poll published Sunday found that 68 percent of likely voters favored Obama for senator and 17 percent supported Keyes. Last month, a Tribune/WGN-TV poll showed the gap was 65-24.
The latest poll was conducted Sept. 17-20 by Mt. Prospect-based Market Shares Corp. It surveyed 700 likely voters and has a margin of error of plus or minus 4 percentage points.
Who knew there were so many socialist atheist lesbians in the Land of Lincoln?
I hope the Ambassador's Cal City landlord got a security deposit.