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Wordless Wednesday: Who Wins If Separate Ballots Could Be Cast for Vice President?

By October 1, 2008

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'Who Wins If Separate Ballots Could Be Cast for Vice President?

In a recent CNN.com poll, Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin would edge out Delaware Sen. Joe Biden if separate ballots could be cast for the office of vice-president.

The results, according to CNN polling director Keating Holland, are driven largely on the strength of the men's vote.

Asked whether the media's treatment of Palin has been fair, men are more likely to say no, according to Holland.

I guess that tells you who has been voting in our About.com poll, which asked the same question.

As I've said before, I don't put a lot of stock into what polls say; I've always found them to be incredibly inaccurate do to sampling anomalies. Still, I'm always amused by them, no matter what the results may be.

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