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  • Given the average of the generic across these 17 surveys is a 1-point Republican advantage, the gender gap is based off of the difference in Republican support.

    Margie Omero: Mind the (Gender) Gap: How Women Can Stave Off Big Democratic Losses

  • This week, for example, two new Rasmussen and Fox/Pulse polls showed a very different result, Rossi leading Murray by 3 and 1-point margins respectively.

    Live Interviewer Polls Boost Murray In Washington

  • The fake film had several hundred 1-point votes, so obviously there were voters who were cheating.

    Twilight Lexicon » New Moon Up for TSR Awards

  • Everything is based on the assumption that a possession “should” average 1-point and then he uses that assumption to make all his calculations on the “proper use” of a possession, almost completely agnostic of how exactly possessions come to be worth, on average, one point.

    Matthew Yglesias » Quantifying Shane Battier

  • The result matches a League of Conservation Voters survey released this week that also gave Hurt a 1-point lead.

    More polls show Perriello, Nye narrowly trailing

  • The 1-point Democratic advantage is the party's smallest since 2003, when the parties were even, and represents a sharp decline from the record 12-point Democratic advantage in 2008.

    Bad news day for Democrats

  • Mr. Edwards's second catch was just as important — a 20-yard reception on third-and-10 late in the fourth quarter with the Jets preserving a 1-point lead.

    Jets Hold On, Top Dolphins

  • The mood within services companies soured, with a large, 8.1-point fall in businesses' expectations for the coming year.

    German Economy Slows

  • While there was a 1-point uptick (from 33 percent to 34 percent) in those who say the country is going in the "right direction," there was a 3-point reduction (from 62 percent to 59 percent) in the number who say the country is on the "wrong track" between February and now.

    Obama's mildly troubling poll position

  • They had something of an advantage, though, having arrived in Denver for this Thanksgiving night game well before the Nuggets, who toughed out a 1-point win at the Clippers on Wednesday.

    USATODAY.com

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