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Jackson Richman Nov 5
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Note: "The estimates shown here reflect the responses of 3,291 likely voters. They have been adjusted to match the actual vote count," per AP. Two percent identified as Jewish.
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Jackson Richman Nov 5
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Marc Leibowitz Nov 5
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Any chance those numbers can be broken down into Orthodox vs. non-Orthodox Jews? I'd be willing to wager there's at least some meaningful disparity between those two communities...
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(((dave schechter))) Nov 5
If sample size is 66, which 2 percent of 3,291 would be, a denominational breakdown would be of minimal value, I would think.
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Lipstick&SportsπŸ‘„πŸˆ Nov 5
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Just one! That color construct is powerful
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(((dave schechter))) Nov 5
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Please DM me the link to this. Thank you.
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Nancy McLean Nov 5
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No way!
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πŸ‘¨πŸ½β€πŸš€πŸš€ Nov 5
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"Something else" πŸ’€πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚
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Mr. Price is Right πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡Έ Nov 5
What's even more telling is the number amount differences between "None" & "Something Else". So the agnostics and the satan goat worshipers overwhelmingly for Biden. Basically sums up
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FuckThePolice Nov 5
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