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Okay, I know that's not a diary. (Though I think the idea does reflect - snarkily - a certain reality of what may be left in the tatters of the American conservative movement.)

On a slightly more serious note:

Obama leads McCain 54%-32% in Domino's Pizza's online tracker poll today!

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Note that the McCain preference of 32% exactly matches Republican self-identification, but that Obama preference of 54% picks up a good portion of the "Other" voter category.

I found some articles about the poll:

Pizza Marketplace, on Oct 8:

"The first thing that jumped out at us is that Republicans are not as conservative with their spending as we would have thought," said Chris McGlothlin, Domino's chief information officer.

"Republicans spend more per order, and pay more by credit card," he said. "And, Republicans pick up their orders more often than Democrats do. Democrats love delivery service, have more diverse orders, and are more likely to pay with cash. Undecided voters - well, they fall in the middle of almost every category we studied, which shouldn't be surprising."

And last week's report from the same site.

I can't figure out how to take the poll without actually ordering something, but if you DO order, I highly recommend the survey experience.  It concludes with an interactive national map so you can look at "today's" results (favorite sandwich, favorite candidate) by state.

Of course the MOE is astronomical, and results are subject to all the caveats of self-selected, online surveys, but great fun and smart merchandising.

Once you're full of pizza, get out there and phone and knock!

Originally posted to Verbalobe on Tue Oct 28, 2008 at 04:28 PM PDT.

Poll

Obama-Biden:

11%4 votes
8%3 votes
20%7 votes
2%1 votes
14%5 votes
8%3 votes
32%11 votes

| 34 votes | Vote | Results

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Comment Preferences

  •  Tips for pizza! (2+ / 0-)
    Recommended by:
    A Mad Mad World, Verstand

    Now let's deliver America!!

  •  Pizza is a type of pie.... nt (2+ / 0-)
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    fightorleave, A Mad Mad World
  •  I liked the whole diary (0+ / 0-)

    except that you title does not match the content (that would be a rethuglican thing).

    Anyway, what i really want to know is what is the connection to Domino's?

    Are they giving away pizzas when Obama wins?

    I am under the impression that Dominos is owned by some wingnut Christian who explicitly works against the best interests of America and doesn't understand Christianity apparently.

  •  I'm so happy that the right loves Palin (0+ / 0-)
    She is so woefully innept. At a time when the GOP is already struggling with a brand of being dim, we get Sarah.

    Say what you want about Bush, atleast he went to Yale and Harvard. I mean something had to atleast rub off on this guy.

    As foolish as Bush looks sometimes, he is much smarter than Palin. She just does not have the intellectual rigor to even be infront of the camera.

    Sure she can come off as a robot thing okay, but ultimately she's gonna have to take some tough questions. And I don't care how much experience she gets between now an 2012, she simply hasn't hit the books or have been the least bit interested in the world.

    She will be the gift that keeps on giving. The GOP have created a monster!! She's as ruthless as cheney, but dumber than Bush. She is going to try to remake the party only to have it collapse beneath her in 2011.

  •  You know, pizza came from immigrants (0+ / 0-)

    And if Italians were coming to the U.S. for the first time in 2008, the Republicans would be wanting to send them back across the ocean.

    Just sayin.

    You can't reason someone out of something they weren't reasoned into. - Jonathan Swift

    by A Mad Mad World on Tue Oct 28, 2008 at 05:54:10 PM PDT

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