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Eight more shocking Utah poll results besides finding that incumbents are leading in all local political races for November:

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8. I support President Bush in everything he does. Or at least the stuff I know about. Not a big reader, really. (62 percent)

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7. Paying for The Mtn. on cable to watch the University of Utah get their asses handed to them 36-3 by Boise State? Totally worth it! (5 percent)

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6. America does need Utah, if only to win a particularly difficult Scrabble hand. (33 percent)

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5. City Weekly? Heard of it'how often does it come out? (28 percent)

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4. Challenging an incumbent is, like, fer rude. (84 percent)

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3. Gas prices are too darned high; I’ll drive my SUV to the other end of the valley to save 2 cents a gallon. Take that, Big Oil! (75 percent)

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2. I’m too busy for a poll right now'can you MySpace it to me? (98 percent)

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1. I’m waiting to see which candidates The Salt Lake Tribune endorses before I make up my mind. (0.1 percent)

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