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Tuesday, January 15, 2008

Tonight's Michigan Primary Predictions From The Blogosphere

~Snooper~

See Sonlit's take here:

See Michelle Malkin's take here:

Who will be correct and what surprises are in store for us all? Will the KOSmonoffs screw things up?

"The polls are open and time’s a-wastin'. If Romney can't win on his home court then he can't win anywhere, and I can't believe he can't win anywhere. Mitt in an upset, with a 50% chance of tears during the victory speech when he inevitably says something about Michigan having - oof - "brought home the gold." Chance of tears from Hugh Hewitt? 100%." -- Allahpundit, Hot Air


Republicans

John McCain - 30%
Mitt Romney - 29%
Mike Huckabee - 21%
Fred Thompson - 8%
Ron Paul - 7%
Rudy Giuliani - 4%
Duncan Hunter - 1%

Hillary Clinton - 63%
Barack Obama - 20%
John Edwards - 10%
Dennis Kucinich - 2%
Others - 5% -- Election Projection


"As polls open in Michigan, I'm going to go on and call it. I say Mitt Romney wins Michigan today, which is going to make him extremely competitive going into Super Tuesday." -- Erick Erickson, Redstate


"Final polls give a tight edge to Mitt Romney in the Michigan primary January 15th and even supporters of Sen. John McCain privately conceded to me that the former Massachusetts governor superior organization and funding gives him an advantage in the balloting.

But given the closeness of their contest and the fact that this is primary in which voters choose to participate in either the Republlican or Democratic balloting, no one will bet the farm that a Romney win--and with it, the survival of his campaign to fight another day--is fait accompli." -- John Gizzi, Human Events
Hold on folks...this is going to be a bumpy ride!

Others:



  • Label Free Zone Huckabee beats Romney, McCain wins
  • Coldheartedtruth C.H. and I are close, our predictions are running neck and neck.
  • at-the-water-cooler Wayne sees no losers - except Obama.
  • NB Politico Giuliani in double-figures.
  • Kingdom of Chaos El Jefe says the homeboy will win.
  • The Political Tipster Odds favor McCain but predictions swing toward Romney.

  • The American Princess will be covering things live...

    It seems as though there is light turn-out in Michigan

    CQ just chimed in:
    Romney - 30%
    McCain - 28%
    Huckabee - 17%
    Giuliani - 12%
    Thompson - 6%
    Paul - 4%