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Idaho: The Least Federer-friendly State in the USA (after Montana)?

If you participate in the espn website poll on whether Federer will win the AO, you can see an analysis of the results by U.S. state. http://sports.espn.go.com/sports/tennis/index

I think it's important to know which states are really behind Roger, and which are just pretending! Finally we know the truth!!

55% of Idaho voters believe Roger will win, while 45% believe he will not.

That is dramatically different from the overall results: 73% yes, 27% no.

I wonder if America's leading potato-producing state would prefer Hewitt?

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If you participate in the espn website poll on whether Federer will win the AO, you can see an analysis of the results by U.S. state. http://sports.espn.go.com/sports/tennis/index

I think it's important to know which states are really behind Roger, and which are just pretending! Finally we know the truth!!

55% of Idaho voters believe Roger will win, while 45% believe he will not.

That is dramatically different from the overall results: 73% yes, 27% no.

I wonder if America's leading potato-producing state would prefer Hewitt?
hahahaha...what an elborate scheme to make a Potato Hewitt joke.

I know couple people from Nebraska that don't think Fed will win.

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Re: Idaho: The Least Federer-friendly State in the USA?

OH MAN Q that's the funniest stuff I've seen in a while.

You're a god

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Re: Idaho: The Least Federer-friendly State in the USA?

love anyone who doesnt like feds
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hahahaha...what an elborate scheme to make a Potato Hewitt joke.

I know couple people from Nebraska that don't think Fed will win.
They are probably Roddick supporters.

Does Andy have connections in Arkansas too?

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Does Andy have connections in Arkansas too?
He's probably eaten kids there.

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He's probably eaten kids there.
good one deb!

Well Arkansas has saved our continent's largest woodpecker from extinction, so we'll cut them some slack.

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Re: Idaho: The Least Federer-friendly State in the USA?

I love the title of the article they have on the right hand side "Hewitt almost Vik-timized" hahaha
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I love the title of the article they have on the right hand side "Hewitt almost Vik-timized" hahaha


You know those writers were salivating when they saw Vik in the draw.

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He's probably eaten kids there.
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Q I dunno it looks like montana is definitely anti-Fed. 36% yes, 64% no!?

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You know those writers were salivating when they saw Vik in the draw.
Yea, well atleast he was Vicky-Tomised. Cuz that would be weird for Hewitt...all...made like a women...an all...ooohh

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Q I dunno it looks like montana is definitely anti-Fed. 36% yes, 64% no!?
Holy Fed!

Someone in Montana must have just voted.

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