Tuesday, January 10, 2012


jan 10
  • AlexConant New Quinnipiac poll of Florida voters finds Sen. Rubio 's job approval at all time high: http: //t.co/gyQ79RxD Huffington Post Full Feed
  • WGME Residents in New Hampshire are taking to the polls today to vote in the nation 's first primary. Huffington Post Full Feed
  • In Hart 's Location, a town of only 29 registered voters, citizens were faithful to the most recent polls. Huffington Post Full Feed
  • 10am: There has of course been a result from New Hampshire already today, from the tiny precincts of Dixville Notch and Hart 's Location, which exploit a loophole in the voting regulations that allow a precinct to close its poll and count ballots if every elector has been accounted for. Guardian World
  • The polls are open through most of New Hampshire, where a record turnout is forecast for the nation 's first presidential primary. LA Times Politics
  • Michele Bachmann was the first woman to win a presidential straw poll. Guardian World
  • Also: A new Post poll finds that Romney is the only GOP candidate viewed favorably by a majority of conservatives. Washington Post Opinions
  • More than the polls and election returns in early states, what is significant is that actual voters are beginning the process of deciding who is a top-tier contender, who can take it to President Obama and who can articulate the vision of the Republican Party. Washington Post Opinions
  • Is this a good opportunity for Lohan, or is it sacrilege to imagine her assuming the role of the Oscar winner and AIDS activist? Let’s process our many feelings about this matter the only way we know how: by voting in an online poll. Washington Post Entertainment
  • The Crimson Tide also claimed the top spot in the final Associated Press poll for the eighth time, tying Notre Dame for the most of any team in college football. AP Sports
  • In top oil consumer the United States, crude stocks were expected to have risen last week by 200,000 barrels, a Reuters poll showed. Reuters Most Read
  • According to the latest polls by Reuters, Nokia was expected to sell 418 million phones in 2011, versus Samsung 's 320 million. Reuters Business