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Ind. Reading 2nd Quarter Journal #3

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Allison Martin
11-12-2012
11:42 AM ET (US)
1. Obama: 48% Romney: 41% Other: 11%
2. Economy/Jobs
3. They say the winner will be chosen by the number of their supporters that go to the polls.
4. Obama
5. 133 million Americans will vote and that 4 out of 10 people eligible people don't vote.
6. People are worried that they will not be able to find a job after they graduate. Also, about the cost of college if they cant afford it.
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Oriana Baxter
11-05-2012
12:20 PM ET (US)
1. Obama 48%, Romney 41&, Other 11%
2. Economy/ Jobs
3. They say that the winner will be chosen by which of their operations can get the most supporters to the polls.
4. Obama
5. About 133 million people will vote. 4/10 eligible voters don't vote.
6. One of the top main issues for teens is jobs because they are afraid they won't find work when they get out of school. The other very big concern for teens is education because they are worried about the cost of college and the availability of scholarships.
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Lisa Person
11-05-2012
12:16 PM ET (US)
1. Obama 48% Romney 41% other 11%
2. The most important issue in this election would be the economy and jobs.
3. by getting people to come to the polls and vote.
4. neck-to-neck race, NBC/Wall obama 48% and romney 47%
5. 133 million Americans will cast a vote and 6 out of 10 do come to vote so 4 out of 10 don't.
6. Students are worried that they won't find a job once they graduate. Also college, how much it will cost and if they can afford to do it.
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Aurora Goetsch
11-05-2012
12:15 PM ET (US)
1. Obama: 48%, Romney: 41%, Other: 11%
2. Economy/ Jobs
3.Both candidates says is the winner will be determined by which of their operations can get the most supporters to the polls.
4. Obama
5. 113 million americans will casts a ballot on election day. It turns out that about 40 percent of eligible voters don't bother to vote in elections.
6. The number one issue for teens was that they’ll are worried about finding a job after finishing their education because of the high unemployment rates. The second issue teens are worrying about is America's fiscal health.
Edited 11-05-2012 12:16 PM
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Bailey Meadors
11-05-2012
12:14 PM ET (US)
1. Obama: 48%
Romney: 41%
Other:11%
2.The most important issue for teens in this election is the economy and jobs.
3. Which of their operations will get he most supporters to the polls and to get people to vote.
4. They all show leads for Obama.
5. Their is an estimated 133 million Americans will cast their vote and 40of eligible voters don't bother to vote in elections.
6. The two biggest issues for teens are jobs and education.
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Nathan Saygili
11-05-2012
12:10 PM ET (US)
1 48% Obama
   41% Romney
   11% Other
2 The economy and jobs is viewed as the most important topic, according to the 44% that voted for it.
3 They both say that which ever one wins will be the one with the operation that got the most supporters to the polls.
4 Obama has the higher chance of winning Ohio
5 It is estimated that 133 million Americans will cast a vote in the election, and about 40% of eligible voters dont bother to vote.
6 Seventy-three percent of kids from 14-17 said tat they were concerned with jobs and finding work when they're out of high school.
   Seventy-two percent of kids in the same age range said they were worried about America's economy.
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Ali Schoenfelder
11-05-2012
12:10 PM ET (US)
1. Obama: 48%
    Romney: 41%
    Other: 11%
2. economy/jobs
3. Romney and Obama say the President will be elected based on which of their operations can get the most supporters to the polls.
4. Obama
5. 133 million; 40%
6. In a recent survey, 73% of kids age 14-17 said jobs are a top concern for them. Along with jobs, America's economy as a whole is a big concern for 72% of students.
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Riley Schraeder
11-05-2012
12:06 PM ET (US)
1. Obama 48 Romney 41 Other 11
2. Economy and Jobs
3. The winner will be determined by which of their operations can get the most supporters to the polls.
4. Obama
5. 6/10 vote and 4/10 don't bother voting
6. Jobs after being done with high school and how much it is to go to college
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Zach Dickerson
11-05-2012
12:00 PM ET (US)
1. 48% Obama, 41% Romney, 11% Other
2. Economy/Jobs
3. by which of their operations can get the most supporters to the polls.
4. It says that it is a neck-and-neck race.
5. It's estimated that 133 million Americans will vote. 40%
6. The biggest issue for teens is the number of jobs. Teens are also concerned about what kind of education they will be receiving.
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Kärin RennerPerson was signed in when posted
11-05-2012
10:29 AM ET (US)
Tomorrow is Election Day 2012! Be informed! Some of you will be able to vote in the next elections 2 years from now! Follow the directions below! Post your responses to the questions on the worksheet handed out in class by just numbering your responses to match the 6 questions on the sheet.

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