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Iowa Caucus Live Blog/Open Thread

Live blog will open up at 8:00 P.M (EST). Until then, you can feel free to use the comment section to discuss your caucus predictions.

KennyM
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  1. DES MOINES — Ron Paul is drawing huge support among young people, according to early entrance poll reports.

    Just over half of caucusgoers under age 30 support him, a huge number in such a crowded field. Mr. Paul’s support diminishes with age, dropping to just over 1 in 10 among voters age 65 and older, a group that favors Mr. Romney.

    Nearly 4 in 10 caucusgoers say they have never attended a caucus before. Again, this is a big group for Mr. Paul – first-time caucusgoers back him by more than two to one over any other candidate.

    Mr. Paul has long appealed to college-age students with his libertarian message and a techie-friendly approach that has rewarded him with a commanding presence online and with contributions.

    His web presence and search engines have helped his campaign, which taps into the younger more tech-savvy community that tends to be comfortable online.

    Other groups helping to boost Mr. Paul include independents, lower-income voters, voters who say the budget deficit was the most important issue to their vote, voters looking for a true conservative and voters who made up their minds early.

    That’s from a NYT reporter on the IA caucuses. (caucii?)

  1. DES MOINES — Ron Paul is drawing huge support among young people, according to early entrance poll reports.

    Just over half of caucusgoers under age 30 support him, a huge number in such a crowded field. Mr. Paul’s support diminishes with age, dropping to just over 1 in 10 among voters age 65 and older, a group that favors Mr. Romney.

    Nearly 4 in 10 caucusgoers say they have never attended a caucus before. Again, this is a big group for Mr. Paul – first-time caucusgoers back him by more than two to one over any other candidate.

    Mr. Paul has long appealed to college-age students with his libertarian message and a techie-friendly approach that has rewarded him with a commanding presence online and with contributions.

    His web presence and search engines have helped his campaign, which taps into the younger more tech-savvy community that tends to be comfortable online.

    Other groups helping to boost Mr. Paul include independents, lower-income voters, voters who say the budget deficit was the most important issue to their vote, voters looking for a true conservative and voters who made up their minds early.

    That’s from a NYT reporter on the IA caucuses. (caucii?)

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