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January 07, 2008



I was at the Iowa caucus, unless Hillary came up with a very moving message since then you're prediction sounds right on. I found the most telling sign that Hillary won't win the national primary was that her crowd was 80% female 40-60 and almost no youth/seniors, in contrast Edwards was almost all middle aged white male.

Obama on the other hand had an evenly split demographic, with everyone from 18 year olds to 90 year olds, both sexes and all races, supporting him in mass.

Scott Magdalein

LeaveItBehind.com has become the best political breakdown I read. Thanks for putting thought into these posts. Very enlightening.

Brian Bailey

Wow, thanks Scott! I really appreciate that. It makes me feel much better about writing post at midnight!

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