Friday, February 10, 2012

Pennsylvania poll

  • When it comes to what they want in a president, Pennsylvania women think fairly highly of President Barack Obama, according to a poll released last week.
  • (Standard Speaker)
  • The No. 25 Crimson look to stay undefeated in league play when they visit Pennsylvania on Friday night falling out after two weeks in the poll. However, theyve won eight straight since a 60-54 loss at Fordham on Jan. 3.
  • (CBS Sports)
  • Things sure change for the ex Pa senator -- check out this February 2010 story from the Morning Calls Colby Itkowitz, when Santorum was testing the waters for his presidential bid and only getting 2 percent in CPACs straw poll.
  • (Pittsburgh Post-Gazette)
  • Ron Paul is in fourth with 10% support. The tracking poll is a five-day average and includes at least one day of polling since the former Pennsylvania senator won contests in Minnesota, Colorado and Missouri on Tuesday night.
  • (USA Today)
  • UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. — Penn State has been selected to place third in the 2012 American Lacrosse Conference Preseason Poll. In addition, senior co-captains Dana Cahill (Towson, Md.) and Theresa Zichelli (Severna Park, Md.
  • (Gant Daily)
  • A shocking poll recently released by a conservative publication In contests against former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney, former Pennsylvania Sen. Rick Santorum and former U.S.
  • (Raw Story)
  • When it comes to what they want in a president, Pennsylvania women think fairly highly of President Barack Obama, according to a new poll released this week.
  • (Citizen's Voice)
  • President Barack Obama matches up well among Pennsylvania voters against Republican presidential candidates, but more still believe its time for a change than believe the president deserves re-election, a new Franklin Marshall College poll shows.
  • (Standard Speaker)
  • OAKS, PA -- (MARKET WIRE) -- 02/09/12 -- After a strong start for the stock market in January, financial advisors have turned decidedly more optimistic on the markets performance for 2012, according to an SEI (NASDAQ: SEIC) Quick Poll released today.
  • (StreetInsider.com)

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