McDonnell 54 Deeds 42

McDonnell writes a thesis; and Creigh Deeds is the one who gets schooled:

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McDonnell leads by 7 among women, seniors by 9, independents by 11, gets 1 in 3 pro-aborts, and polls even in Northern Virginia, the youth vote, college graduates and those making under $50K a year.

Deeds is getting cracked.

Bolling?  Up by 10 points.  Cuccinelli, that radical social conservative who embodied McDonnell’s thesis?  Up by 13 points.

This has got to be embarassing for the Washington Post.  Just when you think something might come around to sell some newsprint, the numbers simply don’t bear it out.  As for the social media buzz within the Democratic blogosphere, the Republican social media network simply closed ranks and shrugged.

Mainstream Virginia did the same.

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