SUBSCRIBE to Capitol Fax      Advertise Here      Mobile Version     Exclusive Subscriber Content     Updated Posts    Contact
CapitolFax.com
To subscribe to Capitol Fax, click here.
Question of the day

Wednesday, Jan 31, 2007

Predict Mayor Daley’s final vote percentage in next month’s election.

Bonus Question: Springfield-area residents should predict Mayor Davlin’s final percent.

- Posted by Rich Miller        


23 Comments
  1. - 2nd Ward - Wednesday, Jan 31, 07 @ 9:34 am:

    Daley gets 66%.


  2. - Just Because - Wednesday, Jan 31, 07 @ 9:39 am:

    Daley 80+%
    Davlin 90+%


  3. - Some Guy - Wednesday, Jan 31, 07 @ 9:40 am:

    78%

    As a bonus question can we get how many precincts he’ll lose in the general election? IIRC, last time he lost 6 out of 2912.


  4. - 100% supporter - Wednesday, Jan 31, 07 @ 9:40 am:

    65%
    Brown will do ok on the west side and not as well on the south side. Daley is not going to do as well in the white ethnic wards as he has in the past because of his problem with the police, firemen and the unions but most of those not voting for him will just skip that race.


  5. - Pat Hickey - Wednesday, Jan 31, 07 @ 10:10 am:

    72% - Daley will do fine in my ‘white ethnic’ Ward; the only firemen and police officers doing the squeaking seem to be the ones posting on the nut-bag blog in the 19th ward - some of the comments are right out of the ozone layer. Rugai and Daley will be fine.


  6. - R.C. - Wednesday, Jan 31, 07 @ 10:11 am:

    Daley 70
    Brown 25
    Walls 5

    (maybe too generous to dock)


  7. - Democrat - Wednesday, Jan 31, 07 @ 10:15 am:

    Daley 85%


  8. - Bomber91 - Wednesday, Jan 31, 07 @ 10:17 am:

    Daley-70%

    Davlin-65% (Strom doesn’t excite many people that I know and I won’t be voting for him)


  9. - Anonymous - Wednesday, Jan 31, 07 @ 10:31 am:

    Probably one of the lowest voters turnouts in Chicago history. No one cares anymore. But Corrupt money still buys the office. Of the few loyal Democrats the the organization still has, Daley will get 65%.


  10. - Levois - Wednesday, Jan 31, 07 @ 10:46 am:

    I’ll give Daley about 65% of the vote.


  11. - Grocery Guy - Wednesday, Jan 31, 07 @ 11:30 am:

    Daley - 5 Wal-Mart’s
    Davlin - 2 Wal-Mart’s

    Oh, wait that’s what they will do once elected.


  12. - Skeeter - Wednesday, Jan 31, 07 @ 11:52 am:

    Daley got 78% last time running against nobody.
    Here, Brown is running a race so she will get some votes. Also, there may be a lot of new people out voting this time who are fed up by the clowns in the City Counsel. A percentage of those people will try and wipe the slate clean by voting gainst the incumbent aldermen and also against Mayor Daley.
    Some of the unions are not thrilled with Daley, which will hurt.

    Still, Daley takes 62%. A lot of people view things as I do: We may not like our own alderman, but we generally like the direction that Daley is taking the city and don’t see any reason to make a change in the big office.

    If it is under 60% expect 10 incumbent aldermen to lose also. If he polls over 75%, it will be two or three.


  13. - Dem Bob - Wednesday, Jan 31, 07 @ 12:11 pm:

    Walls 2-4
    Brown 17-20
    Daley 76-81


  14. - Team Sleep - Wednesday, Jan 31, 07 @ 12:32 pm:

    Daley - 70%

    I live in Springfield. I am a “Hard R” and will be voting for Davlin. He gets 60%; I would give him more but I can see some people voting for Bruce Strom just because Davlin isn’t married and frequents many watering holes.


  15. - RAI - Wednesday, Jan 31, 07 @ 12:32 pm:

    30% turnout Daily gets 78% of that


  16. - Scoot - Wednesday, Jan 31, 07 @ 12:41 pm:

    Daley 62%
    Davlin 41%


  17. - God's Country - Wednesday, Jan 31, 07 @ 1:19 pm:

    67% Daley

    What’s the over/under for Sequoia machine malfunctions?


  18. - Chgo Fire Guy - Wednesday, Jan 31, 07 @ 1:29 pm:

    Daley - at least 75%
    The Firefighters E-board wouldn’t know a good candidate if one bit them in their behinds.


  19. - Anonymous - Wednesday, Jan 31, 07 @ 2:42 pm:

    Daley 67%

    Davlin 72%


  20. - Southern Illinois Democrat - Wednesday, Jan 31, 07 @ 2:43 pm:

    Daley 67%

    Davlin 72%

    The biggest question will be which race gets called fist.


  21. - Reddbyrd - Wednesday, Jan 31, 07 @ 8:52 pm:

    Daley 68%
    Davlin 105%


  22. - JakeCP - Wednesday, Jan 31, 07 @ 10:39 pm:

    I am just going to pos what my last poll said. Oh by they way if you want to vote in my latest mayoral poll go to www.jakeschicagopolitics.blogspot.com anyway even though this may sound ridiculous here you go:

    Daley:50%
    Brown:34%
    Walls:17%


  23. - respectful - Thursday, Feb 1, 07 @ 9:10 am:

    Speaking of the Springfield election, I predict Sam Cahnman will survive the aldermanic primary.


Sorry, comments for this post are now closed.


* AFSCME says layoff notices sent
* Griffin: If not me, who?
* What's left?
* Our historic year continues
* Just go away, already
* Question of the day
* A look ahead
* Rauner admin backs Senate Dems' federal approp bill
* Today's quotable
* *** LIVE *** Overtime session coverage
* This Just In: Exelon Profits Up 22.2 Percent in 2nd Quarter
* Today's most interesting read
* US Supreme Court agrees to postpone filing deadline in pension case
* SUBSCRIBERS ONLY - Fundraiser and event list
* Duckworth heads to Israel as hearing held on "whistleblower" case
* Senate moving bill to appropriate federal dollars
* Today's number: 2,000
* The big picture
* Recovering from surgery, Mautino responds to Rauner attack
* SUBSCRIBERS ONLY - Supplement to today’s edition
* SUBSCRIBERS ONLY - Today's edition of Capitol Fax (use all CAPS in password)
* Good morning!
* Yesterday's blog posts

Support CapitolFax.com
Visit our advertisers...

...............

...............

...............

...............

...............

...............

...............


Search This Blog...

Search the 98th General Assembly By Bill Number
(example: HB0001)

Search the 98th General Assembly By Keyword

          
        * Project Tango Tablet Development Kits arriving in Canada, South Korea this August 26
        * Five ways to keep your head up on a commute with Lumia
        * Qualcomm could unveil the Snapdragon 820 at press event on August 11th
        * Android One finally rolls out in Thailand
        * Chris Lacy’s Link Bubble gets an update to v1.5 along with a change of ownership
        * Go Off-Grid With Silent Pocket’s Leather Goods
        * LG Wine Smart coming to several international markets

        * Speculating over struggles of Chris Sale, Carlos Rodon
        * White Sox strive for more consistency
        * Sale struggles for 2nd straight start in loss
        * Sale feels good, but not getting results
        * Rodon seeks bounce-back effort vs. Rays
        * Rays 11, White Sox 3: Things fall apart in sixth
        * Sale struggles for 2nd straight start in loss

        ...............


        Main Menu
        Home
        Illinois
        YouTube
        Pundit rankings
        Obama
        Subscriber Content
        Durbin
        Burris
        Blagojevich Trial
        Advertising
        Updated Posts
        Polls

        Archives
        August 2015
        July 2015
        June 2015
        May 2015
        April 2015
        March 2015
        February 2015
        January 2015
        December 2014
        November 2014
        October 2014
        September 2014
        August 2014
        July 2014
        June 2014
        May 2014
        April 2014
        March 2014
        February 2014
        January 2014
        December 2013
        November 2013
        October 2013
        September 2013
        August 2013
        July 2013
        June 2013
        May 2013
        April 2013
        March 2013
        February 2013
        January 2013
        December 2012
        November 2012
        October 2012
        September 2012
        August 2012
        July 2012
        June 2012
        May 2012
        April 2012
        March 2012
        February 2012
        January 2012
        December 2011
        November 2011
        October 2011
        September 2011
        August 2011
        July 2011
        June 2011
        May 2011
        April 2011
        March 2011
        February 2011
        January 2011
        December 2010
        November 2010
        October 2010
        September 2010
        August 2010
        July 2010
        June 2010
        May 2010
        April 2010
        March 2010
        February 2010
        January 2010
        December 2009
        November 2009
        October 2009
        September 2009
        August 2009
        July 2009
        June 2009
        May 2009
        April 2009
        March 2009
        February 2009
        January 2009
        December 2008
        November 2008
        October 2008
        September 2008
        August 2008
        July 2008
        June 2008
        May 2008
        April 2008
        March 2008
        February 2008
        January 2008
        December 2007
        November 2007
        October 2007
        September 2007
        August 2007
        July 2007
        June 2007
        May 2007
        April 2007
        March 2007
        February 2007
        January 2007
        December 2006
        November 2006
        October 2006
        September 2006
        August 2006
        July 2006
        June 2006
        May 2006
        April 2006
        March 2006
        February 2006
        January 2006
        December 2005
        April 2005
        March 2005
        February 2005
        January 2005
        December 2004
        November 2004
        October 2004

        Blog*Spot Archives
        November 2005
        October 2005
        September 2005
        August 2005
        July 2005
        June 2005
        May 2005

        Syndication

        RSS Feed 2.0
        Comments RSS 2.0
        WordPress

        Loading


        * EXCHANGE: Care service pushes families to dine with seniors
        * 2 improvement projects underway at Camp Butler cemetery
        * New fire station in Normal will improve response times
        * Eastern Illinois U union skips pay raise to save 29 jobs
        * Man convicted of 2010 shooting death of Chicago policeman
        * Illinois Senate approves plan to spend $5B in federal funds
        * Rauner signs changes to Illinois' juvenile justice system
        * NRC inspecting Illinois uranium-conversion plant after leak
        * Blagojevich in 1st statement from prison: I'll 'fight on'
        * Indiana man charged with killing 2 in Chicago in 2013

        * State budget impasse sending nonprofits, clients on 'death march'
        * Illinois Senate OKs bill to spend $4.8 billion in federal money for human services programs
        * Layoff notices sent to 94 state workers, many in Sangamon County
        * Blagojevich asks full court to hear appeal, issues statement from prison
        * Rauner signs legislation reforming juvenile justice system
        * Illinois Senate won't act this week on no-strike bill
        * Blagojevich asks full court to hear appeal
        * Illinois Senate taking up plan to spend $5B in federal funds
        * Senate advances bill to keep Illinois State Museum open
        * Ex-U.S. Rep. Aaron Schock spends campaign funds after departure

        * Our CEO makes that much more than me?!
        * The real reason R.R. Donnelley is breaking itself up
        * Big Shoulders Coffee expanding roasting facility
        * Zest Health snags more than $6 million from Lightbank, other investors
        * Blagojevich wants full court to hear his appeal


          * 5 wounded in Chicago shootings
          * Person pulled from burning car after I-80 crash
          * Missing woman found dead in Willowbrook
          * Judge rejects insanity defense, convicts man in Chicago cop's murder
          * Why 2 Chicago moms are suing suburbs over their murdered sons
          * New Chicago schools chief calls for teacher concessions
          * Filing lawsuit, Sandra Bland's family says it's 'possible' she did commit suicide
          * Milwaukee archdiocese settles abuse cases for $21 million
          * Cook County inquiry into why dog left in garage in Worth
          * Blagojevich ends silence in bid for full 7th Circuit to rehear appeal


          * State budget impasse sending nonprofits, clients on 'death march'
          * Illinois Senate OKs bill to spend $4.8 billion in federal money for human services programs
          * Layoff notices sent to 94 state workers, many in Sangamon County
          * Blagojevich asks full court to hear appeal, issues statement from prison
          * Michael Gerson: A great deal -- for Iran
          * Rauner signs legislation reforming juvenile justice system
          * Illinois Senate won't act this week on no-strike bill
          * Illinois Senate taking up plan to spend $5B in federal funds


          * Top of the morning, Aug. 5, 2015
          * Groce explores all options
          * Stricker to provide assist
          * Man still hospitalized after Sunday stabbing
          * Updated: Bodies of man, woman found in Vermilion County
          * Central's Hayasaki hangs tough
          * Tate: Is it time to admit defeat?
          * Woman resentenced to probation in fatal DUI
          * Sports Talk 08-04-15
          * Gas fumes probable cause of Urbana fire


          * What if Theo Epstein had stayed in Boston?
          * Central Lake County bouncing back after tornado
          * Tiny Lakemoor gets big bucks from red-light cameras
          * Dawn Patrol: O'Hare chief talks nighttime noise (and goats); stolen dog returns
          * US, China clash over South China Sea disputes

          * House lawmakers overcome hurdle on key tra...
          * Rodney Davis talks funding with Bloomingto...
          * The agency that fought Illiana gets a new ...
          * Rep. Dold takes educational cruise down Ch...
          * Lawmakers decry high turnover rate of VA h...
          * CBD Oil, and politics
          * Simon considering state Senate bid
          * Killer Congressman Tom MacArthur trying to...
          * Shutdown? State may not notice
          * Rep. Bob Dold

          * Durbin: Federal nonviolent-drug-crime sent......
          * Durbin Supports Clean Energy Plan - RiverB......

          * Senate Race Heats Up - RiverBender.com...

          * “You’re harming retirees,” Judge tells Mayor Rahm. She refuses to stay her ruling.
          * “The list of stipulations is longer than the list of autonomies. That signals a net loss for autonomy.”
          * Sunnyside Mall Art & Music Fest, This Saturday
          * Uptown Saturday Nights, This Saturday
          * Thorner/Ingold: What's Wrong with this Picture in Deterring Criminals?
          * NRSC Launches Ad Campaign: "Tammy Duckworth: Chicago Politician"
          * “The Driver’s Side” – News From The Motorist’s Perspective
          * Retail merchants trash Chicago plastic bag ban starting Saturday
          * MSNBC Tries To Blame Republicans for the Planned Parenthood Scandal
          * Legislator Pushes Tickets For Electric Car Reserved Parking Spaces


          * Governor Takes Bill Action
          * Mumps Booster Shot Recommended for University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Students - Illinois Department of Public Health, Champaign-Urbana Public Health District and University address mumps outbreak
          * Gov. Rauner and Fitness Icon Jake Steinfeld Award Three Illinois Schools for Commitment to Physical Fitness and Wellness Programs
          * Streamlined Nursing Licensure Verification Begins Today
          * Department on Aging Hosts Activities for Seniors and Their Families During the Illinois State Fair - August 17 is “Senior Day” – Admission is free for guests age 60 years & older




              Hosted by MCS SUBSCRIBE to Capitol Fax Advertise Here Mobile Version Contact Rich Miller