Thursday, March 27, 2008

Hillary Clinton In County near 70% Could Care Less

While an online poll is never considered the most accurate, (double-quadruple voting), it is somewhat telling that in the Herald-Standard poll some 2,682 'somebodies' or half, or one-fourth, bothered to vote on the matter. More telling is the voter registration favors Democrats over Republican some 4-1. So one could assess that more Democrats responded than Republicans.

According to the online poll results, almost 70 percent of respondents could care less about the Hillary Clinton recent visit to the county of Fayette.

25 percent cared.

While not a scientific way to conduct a poll, oddly enough, in past elections a turnout rate of about 25 to 30 percent has been the norm.

Statewide in Pennsylvania, according to recent reports, some overwhelming 160,000 more in the state registered anew or switched party affiliation to give the Democrats a 4 million membership count for this Presidential Election.

(Net the Truth Online)

Video of Clinton's appearance at the Eberly Campus Penn State. See

HSTV programming here.

Reports about Hillary Clinton's visit included:

Clinton plans practical first 100 days
By Mike Wereschagin, David M. Brown and Salena Zito
Thursday, March 27, 2008

Audio: Clinton interview

Sen. Hillary Clinton sat for a 90-minute interview Tuesday with Pittsburgh Tribune-Review reporters and editors. The audio of the interview is divided into two parts and can be downloaded.

Clinton to campaign in Fayette Monday By: Amy Zalar, Herald-Standard

Clinton urges $30 billion in housing aid
By David M. Brown and Mike Wereschagin
Tuesday, March 25, 2008

Herald-Standard Poll What do you think of Hillary Clinton coming to Fayette County?

Great thing

Good thing

Bad thing

Could care less

votes: 2682

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