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No surprises in Utah

Jim Geraghty over at National Review posted a bunch of exit poll data from primary states. Exit poll data are notoriously unreliable, but one state's figures stand out:

The early wave in Utah: Romney 91 percent, McCain 5 percent, Huckabee 1 percent.

Richard T. Cullen at the Politico reported yesterday that Mormons "loathe" Huckabee. Sample quote:

"There is a feeling that Huckabee has exploited a lot of the anti-Mormon sentiment," said LaVarr Webb, a political consultant and publisher in Utah.

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Posted:February 5, 2008 at 6:42PM
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No surprises in Utah