The Washington Times - November 4, 2008, 07:29PM

The exit polls seem to be in Sen. Barack Obama’s favor, according to the Huffington Post:

“The states looking good for Obama:

“Florida: 52 percent to 44 percent

“Iowa: 52 percent to 48 percent

“Missouri: 52 percent to 48 percent

“North Carolina: 52 percent to 48 percent

“New Hampshire: 57 percent to 43 percent

“Nevada: 55 percent to 45 percent

“Pennsylvania: 57 percent to 42 percent

“Ohio: 54 percent to 45 percent

“Wisconsin: 58 percent to 42 percent

“Indiana: 52 percent to 48 percent

“New Mexico: 56 percent to 43 percent

“Minnesota: 60 percent to 39 percent

“Michigan: 60 percent to 39 percent

“The states where McCain is leading in exit polls: Georgia: 51 percent to 47 percent West Virginia: 45 percent to 55 percent.”

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However, author Jason Linkins said these numbers should be taken with a grain of salt. He, like many other sources, reminded the public of the 2004 election that seemed to favor Sen. John Kerry.

“So, if you must indulge in exit polling data, feel free. Accept it as another part of the election scenery, and do not put a lot of stock — or pin too many of your hopes — to these results. I cannot caveat this emptor enough, people,” he wrote.

— Christopher Shaver, intern, The Washington Times