NEW YORK POLL: Trump Hold Yuge Lead Over Cruz But Would Be Trounced By Clinton Or Sanders

As you can see above, Donald Trump has taken a massive lead over Ted Cruz according to a New York poll released today. But here’s the real story:

New York remains solidly blue as either Clinton or Sanders top any Republican in the head-to-head general election matchups, the independent Quinnipiac (KWIN-uh-pe-ack) University Poll finds, with some margins approaching 2-1. November matchups show:

Clinton beating Trump 53 – 33 percent;
Clinton over Cruz 53 – 32 percent;
Clinton edging Kasich 46 – 41 percent;
Sanders topping Trump 56 – 32 percent;
Sanders beating Cruz 56 – 28 percent;
Sanders besting Kasich 47 – 37 percent.

There are gender and racial gaps in the Democratic primary as women pick Clinton over Sanders 59 – 37 percent, while men go 49 percent for Sanders and 46 percent for Clinton. White Democrats are divided with 48 percent for Clinton and 47 percent for Sanders, while black Democrats back Clinton 66 – 31 percent.

Sanders leads 57 – 43 percent among self-described “very liberal” Democrats, while Clinton leads among “somewhat liberal” and “moderate to liberal” Democrats. Sanders also leads 63 – 36 percent among voters 18 to 44 years old, while Clinton takes older voters.

Overall Clinton leads Sanders 54-42 in New York. The April 19th primary has 247 delegates at stake.

  • MattM

    This is actually great news. Because Trump is the least threatening candidate left on the Right. And given that Cruz and Kasich have vowed NOT to endorse Drumf if he gets the nomination, it guarantees the party is split!

  • SoCalVet

    I’ve been watching the GOP operatives on the news shows. They are DESPERATE to be rid of Trump. This indicates that they won’t be so easily rescued by Cruz or a contested convention. And won’t that convention be fun to watch?!?!?

    • can we come vacation with you, when the convention is here? we have a great dog and are good cooks and i bet i could even get partner’s lazy ass to do a little cleaning at your place. we’d bring goodies to share, too. we just can’t afford SoCal hotel prices. 😉

      • SoCalVet

        I would love to host your visit! my friends always bring their dogs.

    • MrSkippy

      If nothing else it means that Crump will be beating themselves bloody until then instead of attacking the Dem’s.

      All they’re doing is beating the shit out of each other while giving the eventual Dem nominee all the ammo in the world.

      • GC

        That’s right! Before the general election, all Sanders or Clinton will need to do is to play the Republicans’ own quotes! (Subtext: we didn’t say this; highly-placed and knowledgeable Republicans did.)

    • oikos

      Trumpanzee fight!

      • clay

        flinging. poo. everywhere.

    • pickypecker

      OPEN CARRY! OPEN CARRY! OPEN CARRY!

  • TK

    But…but, we need Big B to take on Trump. Only the Berner can beat Trump… the polls…THE POLLS!

    • JR

      Trump feels the “bern”.

      … There’s cream for that…

      H/T: Vicar of Dibley

    • Wayne

      I went to the Rally for Hillary at the Apollo in Harlem (it was CRAZY) a line 4 blocks long. The theater was filled to capacity and they were literally screaming for Hillary. An elderly black woman who sat next to me was in tears by the end of Hillary’s speech. And I created somewhat of a stir by dressing as Founding Father George Clinton (he signed the Declaration of Independence, was 2 time Governor of New York and America’s 4 Vice President. He also had a long standing dispute with the state of Vermont. George didn’t think Vermont should be a state because New York owned the land). I had a crazy amount of attention from photographers and news media and I even ended up being featured on last night’s Rachel Maddow Show:

      • David From Canada

        Good job, Wayne! You look great, and it’s for a very worthy cause. I hope and pray that Hillary wins, period!

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  • Bruno

    Kasich should just give up if he can’t even get 2nd place in NY over Cruz. WTF kind of campaign is he running?

    • Gustav2

      “I’m here so you don’t have to force Speaker Ryan on the convention?”

      • bkmn

        Or Mittens.

        • oikos

          Please let it be Mittens. Please.

    • MrSkippy

      He was on Meet the Press or a similar show a few weeks back. They pointed out that he CANNOT win the nomination now even if he won every state outright.

      He said, rather angrily it seemed, that he was staying in as a spoiler so that nobody would win it outright and that he could make his case at a contested convention. He came off as both very desperate and irrationally angry about everything they talked to him about.

      Honestly, I’d always said that of the GOP he was one I could maybe vote for. But after that appearance there’s none running.

      • Bruno

        He’s got that snide colloquial thing going like George W. Bush, though in this case it’s Midwest rather than Texas. He’s much more unlikable than the media and he himself give him credit for. His policies are somewhat more moderate than the others, but not enough to make him plausible to centrists. A total non-starter. That said, he should still be attracting more voters in New York than Rafael Jr.

        • Gustav2

          The mainstream media is still stuck in the 1980’s.

      • Gustav2

        Kasich’s anger only increases when you tell him facts.

      • Good Shot Green

        Fuck that guy for wanting Blockbuster to remove Fargo from its shelves because he didn’t like it.

        http://www.businessinsider.com/john-kasich-fargo-blockbuster-2015-7

        And fuck that guy for not liking Fargo.

        • Bruno

          I won’t call Kasich humorless, but his brand of humor seems to consist of tame wise-guy jokes and making stupid faces. He wouldn’t know art if it bit him in the ass.

          • Good Shot Green

            Not liking it is one thing, but wanting it pulled? What an asshole.

          • Gustav2

            He was my congresscreep for what seemed like a century.

          • Gustav2

            Don’t ever, ever, ever make him the butt of even a mild joke. He will go off and ban you from the state.

        • Gustav2

          The religious conservative Anglican reveals himself.

        • ohbear1957

          Quote from the link: ” . . . when Karen and I got to the part where they chop up a guy in a grinder
          we looked at each other and thought, What the heck are we watching here?”
          Those dimwits couldn’t figure out Fargo wasn’t a Disney production until the morbidly hilarious woodchipper scene? It’s near the end of film – after four people have been
          shot to death and another man brutally beaten and shot in the jaw. Holy buckets!

          • Good Shot Green

            Buscemi takes quite a licking throughout the movie but feeding him into a woodchipper is beyond the pale, apparently.

          • ohbear1957

            His bloody jaw was far more gruesome to me.

            BTW – I missed a couple of deaths – the attendant at the parking garage and Jean Gunderson.

          • Good Shot Green

            Seven murders: the cop; the passing motorist and his daughter; Wade; the parking attendant; Jean; and Showalter. All because of Jerry. What a pathetic weasel. How could he do that to his family?

          • ohbear1957

            Want to come over and watch my special edition DVD of Fargo? I’ll dig up some lutefisk and lefse.

          • Good Shot Green

            I can watch my own but the strange dishes sound interesting. What kind of wine should I bring?

          • ohbear1957

            A light white. We’ll have coffee with the Krumkake.

          • Good Shot Green

            Coffee in the evening? I’ll be up all night!

            I see you visit T-Lo. Are you in Philly too?

          • ohbear1957

            Minnesota guy in MD now – near DC. Loved my one trip to Philly to see Springsteen in 2012.

            Edit: Twice – Dali exhibit several years before that. Took the Amtrak train and got kicked out of the “Quiet Car” on the way back.

            Joe, Towleroad, and T-Lo websites on my daily rounds.

          • Good Shot Green

            I’ll have to take the train down there for our dinner. Make it worth it! 🙂

          • ohbear1957

            You betcha! I make a hell of a good cup of coffee. We’ll be up all night.

          • Good Shot Green

            It’ll have to be over the weekend. I might have to sleep over. Have you got a spare bunk?

          • ohbear1957

            We’re supposed to have 40-degree nights this weekend. Fortunately, I provide a furry bed-warmer.

          • Good Shot Green

            Furry bed-warmers are the best bed-warmers.

          • ohbear1957

            We’ll watch Clue the next morning. I’ll make some cardamom toast with my Swedish grandmother’s recipe.

          • Good Shot Green

            With the random ending option on! It’s always a nice moment of suspense.

            I have to warn you, though: I get really into it and do a fierce Mrs. Peacock.

          • ohbear1957

            LMAO – I’d love to see that!
            Closing down for the night. Thanks for playing with me.

          • Good Shot Green

            And another quote:

            I had taken my business elsewhere

            Oh really? To a video store that didn’t stock Fargo? I call bullshit.

            Choice comment:
            “It rubbed us in so many wrong ways we had to shut the thing off right there in the middle… Next morning, I got on the phone to Blockbuster and demanded that they take the movie off their shelves.”

            And that, right there folks, is the difference between a normal person and an asshole. A normal person shuts it off in protest. An asshole calls Blockbuster and demands they take it off the shelf, because THEY know best what other people should and should not be entitled to watch.

            Can I get a Ramen?

    • clay

      NY? Hell, Kasick’s not even getting 2nd place in neighboring PA!
      (if Crus takes all the Santorum votes)

      • Bruno

        There are still Santorum votes in PA? LOL

        • clay

          They’re the people in PA who don’t know he moved to VA as soon as he won re-election.

  • Pollos Hermanos

    “Sanders topping Trump”

    Seriously? They had to word it that way?

    • Capritaur

      Don’t you just love election season vocabulary full of words like “top”, “bottom”, “behind”, and “poll”?

      • TuuxKabin

        They’ll save edging until the nomination.

        • ohbear1957

          and “stuffing the ballot box.”

    • Reality.Bites

      I bet if Bernie uses Viagra he made damn sure not to take it that night!

  • bkmn

    All three of the GOP candidates have made complete fools of themselves and the country. No surprise they are polling so poorly.

  • Cuberly
    • Good Shot Green

      Sylvester putting a gun to his head isn’t exactly funny. Do you know the context?

      • unsavedheathen

        From “Scaredy Cat”(1948?), IMO the best of Merry Melodies.

        Porky and Sylvester are on a road trip and stay the night at a empty, creepy hotel. Sylvester repeatedly saves Porky’s like as demented mice attempt to kill him. Porky never sees the mice and believes that Sylvester is responsible. For some reason, Porky can speak but Sylvester can not. Here’s the scene.

        https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3GyQ2L1LnxU

    • D. J.

      Hopefully Ryan is in the next cell – I mean suite on the right.

      • Cuberly

        Ha!

        He does have a heaping helping of bipolar disorder. (Paraphrasing)

        Ryan: “That kind of behavior is completely unacceptable.”
        Ryan: “I will vote for the eventual nominee.”
        Ryan: “That is not in line with conservative principles.”
        Ryan: “I will vote for the eventual nominee.”

        Etc….

      • Cuberly

        BTW-Extra points for the Martha Mitchell reference. 😉

        • D. J.

          Thx! 😉

  • Ragnar Lothbrok

    Things are working just as planned

    • oikos

      The Gay Agenda never fails. Now for some nasty weather in NC and MI.

  • Prion

  • Prion

    ..,

  • Rex

    Will this Circus ever move outta town?

  • Anastasia Beaverhousen

    “Trump Trounced!” what a great headline.

    • Snarkaholic

      I’m hoping for “Trump Trampled” at the convention!

  • Prion

    .,.

  • hiker_sf

    Notice how Sanders wins by larger margins over everyone.

    Also, if Sanders should win the primary, it’s difficult to know if Clinton supporters would vote for him. This from 2008:

    If McCain vs. Obama, 28% of Clinton Backers Go for McCain

    http://www.gallup.com/poll/105691/mccain-vs-obama-28-clinton-backers-mccain.aspx

    • the problems are very similar but not the same. HRC faces sexism, not racism. that’s yet to be fully tested against the reality of the electorate in a general. i hate to say it, but i bet a lot of moderate and centrist dems are just sexist enough to vote for rump, if they are the low information types who like ‘strong’ men.

      i can honestly say i’ve never met a sexist Bernie supporter, not in person. the vast majority will both work for and vote for her in the fall if she’s the one.

      • hiker_sf

        There was a poll that predicted that 33% of Sanders voters would not vote for Clinton.

        Part of that is due to the treatment of Sanders supporters by Clinton supporters. It is true that some Sanders supporters can be vile in their criticism of Clinton, but Clinton supporters tend to criticize Sanders supporters instead of Sanders himself. It it very weird.

        • i haven’t worked with anyone yet who likes Sanders and is a sexist enough to actually sit it out, just to not vote for the woman. i know there are some polls out there which suggest a significant number will not vote for her b/c they prefer other choices for their second choice. but not b/c they hate HRC’s vagina.

      • Clungeflaps

        I can’t stand Hillary because she comes off like Lucille Bluth from Arrested Development, an ultra-rich entitled matron. I’m not surprised that so many gay men love that, but I don’t.

    • Capritaur

      Don’t you think the better Sanders match up performance could be because more Clinton supporters will vote for Sanders than the other way around?

      “33 Percent of Bernie Sanders Supporters Will Not Vote for Hillary Clinton.”
      http://www.huffingtonpost.com/h-a-goodman/33-percent-of-bernie-sanders-not-vote-hillary_b_9475626.html

      • hiker_sf

        I just wrote about that statistic below. It could be, but it depends on how the question was worded in the poll.

  • Lazycrockett

    I could have gone my whole life without picturing Clinton Edging Kasich.

    • oikos

      or Bernie topping trump.

      • Lazycrockett

        But topping can be over in 5 seconds, edging though that takes time.

        • oikos

          You make a good point.

      • clay

        Is it bad / self-loathing / internal-homophobic of me to wish for Turmp that Bernie tops him?

        • oikos

          No. Why would it be homophobic?

          • clay

            gay sex /rape as icky and cruel punishment

          • oikos

            It’s drumpf and he’s only marginally human.

          • Half orangutan. Allegedly.

          • That_Looks_Delicious

            Punishment as in “you’ve been a very naughty boy”? See how complicated this topic gets?

    • Wynter Marie Starr

      Political fanfic anyone?

      • oh, no. please, just… no. the last thing in politics i wanted in pr0n or see naked was, um. is ‘never’ good enough?

        • Wynter Marie Starr

          I agree! I was kidding, even if we have to account for Rule 34.

    • Ninja0980

      Brain bleach please.

  • Reality.Bites

    As a bit of a palate cleanser, something hot and something sweet from Big Brother Canada.

    https://youtu.be/0I37mPr_9PU

  • Prion

    .,,

  • Croooze was never going to take NY, even in his best media darling moment. everything about him is Rong for even NY republicans. this is news, in the sense it’s nice to see a breakdown of the numbers. i suspect it could come out even worse, when actual votes are counted. teddi just reeks of loser, and in NY perhaps more than any other state, that means fuggedaboudit.

    not that trump has ‘won’ much, but he certainly is a local and it’d be stupid to think he couldn’t win NY now. he probably would’ve done really well there even if there had been a different situation and some of the other candidates had enjoyed his 24/7 love fest from the media.

  • Lazycrockett

    Granted Im not a NYer, but I get the sense from the media, talk show, pundits etc that Donald is pretty much hated in at least the city?

    • Bruno

      I bet he does pretty well with certain NYC types. Most of his appeal to anyone is his celebrity persona, and he’s been a fixture in NYC for decades now. I bet he wins New Jersey too.

      • Gustav2

        “Bridge and Tunnel” to coin a phrase.

        • Bruno

          Yeah, and also media market. Most of New Jersey lives in the NYC TV market.

      • Capritaur

        Yes, the American Psycho types.

        • Bruno

          Pretty much. The, um, rude people. I grew up there, the area is full of them, and I bet they dig Trump.

      • clay

        Long Island, Staten Island, Queens?

        • Bruno

          All of those, I’d say. Queens might be more of a toss-up.

        • TuuxKabin

          Most likely S.I., maybe close in L.I., Queens may dump him. It’s so diverse, something he does not like.

        • Hank

          Certainly Staten Island, and probably Suffolk Co, Nassau is possibly up for grabs! /s

      • Hank

        I do not know about NJ, with Christie backing him. Christie is SO HATED in NJ, except, perhaps, for the rural areas.

        • Bruno

          Christie was SO LOVED in NJ just 4 years ago. How times change. He’s actually from my hometown and I knew one of his siblings. Not a very nice person, in my opinion, like their brother.

    • Anastasia Beaverhousen

      I know he is not well liked in Upstate either.

      • oikos

        Ramen to that.

      • TuuxKabin

        That’s a pleasant surprise.

    • Wynter Marie Starr

      Well, I can’t answer for all 8 million of us, but the vast majority of those I know hate the fascist pig. I would say among people I speak with in my area, my friends, my neighbors, etc, 98 percent hate him and about 2 percent practically have orgasms at the mention of his name. But those few people are either old racists or middle aged angry white men.

      • TuuxKabin

        I was surprised at the few callers on yesterday’s WNYC morning program. There were a couple of women and men who called in to say they support Drumpf. They were not raving and surprisingly calm. But out of the 10 or so callers I think they were the only ones.

        • Wynter Marie Starr

          Yes, they do seem calm until you delve a bit deeper. That’s when their ordinary racism/sexism/homophobia comes out. They are very matter of fact about it. I know one woman who thinks that every resource should go into fighting ISIS as education is “just fine,” global warming is a bunch of “hooey,” and the crumbling infrastructure should be a problem “left to the future.”

          • Skeptical_Inquirer

            True, I still remember how mellow that guy was who claimed Obama teleported to Mars as a teenager. It was on The Colbert Report.

    • canoebum

      You’ve heard the expression “familiarity breeds contempt”? Raise that to a power of twenty and you’ll get an idea of how deeply The Donald is loathed in New York. People say he’s national embarrassment, but that’s a very recent development. For New Yorkers, he’s been an embarrassment for decades.

    • Ninja0980

      There are parts of NYC that are simply made of rich racists and white folks who can’t accept their neighborhoods are changing so we will get support from them as well as the celebrity worshippers.
      As for the other places he’ll do well in..let’s just say there are red parts to this state and they are pretty much Alabama without the accents.

  • PLAINTOM

    OT or maybe not : According to Politico, Trump had a surprise meeting with RNC in DC today.

    • oikos

      Probably to threaten Rinse Penis if he doesn’t get the nomination.

    • BearEyes

      saw the report on CNN – seemed to be smiling rather largely as he was leaving. hmmmmm,

    • Gustav2

      Trump tweeted after the meeting about Party rallying all together after the convention.

      • Jimmie Z

        Link to tweet or it never happened.

  • Baby Dave

    Well, since it looks like we could run just about anyone- even a fire hydrant- against Donal Trump and win, we should stop the infighting an have a reasoned discussion about which fire hydrant we’d like to run.

    My vote is for Sanders. I say that because I think his policies will be better or the country. Secretary Clinton is a fine human being with a reputation for nursing ill staffers back to health personally- even those of her rivals! I have nothing against her as win individual, not in the slightest. I simply feel that the country has to have a serious look at what happened to the economy in 2008 an what we must do to avoid the boom an bust cycle inherent to runaway capitalism.

    Keynesian economics is described by many as a compromise between capitalism and Marxism. An you know what? It works. FDR saved this country from implosion by restricting the financial sector, putting brakes on the otherwise runaway train. Neoliberal economics (in place since 1980) removed those brakes, which is why the economy ran off a cliff. We need to put the brakes back on. Sanders will do that. I don’t believe Clinton will, since she supports a lot of the neoliberal economic strategies that got us into trouble.

    Again- Secretary Clinton is a fine human being. I don’t hate Clinton supporters or think they are insane or stupid or anything else like that. I just think they’re mistaken. I’m open to a reasoned discussion of economic policy, but I will not fight fair with anyone who doesn’t fight fair with me.

    • Reality.Bites

      His policies will become relevant when he has a chance of implementing them. He doesn’t, not even if Democrats retake Congress, because they’re too left-wing for the main party and he’s spent the last few months spitting on them.

      Hillary’s policies have a greater chance of being implemented if the Dems retake Congress.

      Neither of them will get anything through if the Dems don’t. If you think the Republicans are obstructionist now, wait till they lose a third Presidential election in a row. That hasn’t happened in 68 years (when it was actually 5 in a row under FDR and Truman)

      • Baby Dave

        I think he can implement them by using the extensive contact list he has of volunteers. I and my circle of friends have travelled to four states so far just to door knock for Bernie. In my neighborhood, we’re the only campaign anyone has knocked on any doors for. We’ve got a highly energized base that’s very willing to flood Town Halls and request constituent meetings to make it very clear that no Congressman voting against Bernie’s policies stands a chance of re-election. If necessary, we will primary them.

        Hillary’s policies are kind of like trusting Max Baucus and Joe Lieberman to write a healthcare reform bill. It’ll start out looking like a reform that benefits average Americans, and end up as a gimme to the insurance companies and Big Pharma. I’m not saying they’re as bad as the Republicans’ policies, which are more like a suicide pact. Hillary’s policies are however not beneficial to the ordinary American.

        As far as the GOP goes, you shouldn’t expect them to be any more open to Hillary than they will be to Bernie. They hate anyone to the Left of St Reagan with an abiding passion, especially Bernie and Hillary. The goal here oughtn’t be negotiation- one should never bargain with errorists- it ought to be revolution, a regime change in DC. We’ve done it before (Cf. The Era of Good Feelings https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Era_of_good_feelings), and we’re going to do it again.

  • Clungeflaps

    Since Hillary will win by such a huge margin I won’t feel bad voting for a 3rd party then.

    • Reality.Bites

      You live in California. It literally doesn’t matter at all what you do, but fucking off would be the popular choice.

      • Clungeflaps

        You need to learn some better insults, I guess you can’t help it given the abysmal quality of Canadian education.

        • Jean-Marc in Canada

          Actually, Canada ranks much higher in education than the U.S., just so you know.

          As to your proposition regarding voting for a 3rd party, by all means, it is your choice. However, understand that these numbers assumes a decent voter turnout. Apathy, stubborn candidate affiliation and/or voting for a 3rd party could lead to a republican win. As such, should Trump or Cruz win the White House, it will not be the fault of Bernie or Hillary, but of those who are too proud/stubborn or contrarian to bother.

          • Jimmie Z

            … and the Canuckians will have to scrunch up closer together to make room for ‘Murkans fleeing northward.

          • Clungeflaps

            pffft, please, nobody is gonna move to Canada.

            It is quite telling that 90 percent of Canadians live within 10 miles of the US-Canada border.

          • Jean-Marc in Canada

            True, but it’s not because we’re enamored with the U.S. Contrary to popular myth, not everyone wants to be an American…..I know, hard to believe, isn’t it? As for anyone moving to Canada, I agree, I doubt many (if any) will…..but if they did, they’d be more than welcome. Can the same be said of the U.S. and its greeting of newcomers? These days, I think not.

          • Clungeflaps

            you can say Canadians aren’t enamored with us, but your actions show otherwise. Canadian culture is by and large a bootleg, surplus store version of the US. Even the national dish, Kraft Dinner, is a US product.

          • Jean-Marc in Canada

            Bahahahahaha

  • Boycott NC

    I’m surprised that Cruz has done as well as he has given that he’s a ‘natural born Canadian’ and completely ineligible to actually become president of the United States.

    • Hank

      I am surprised, that Drumpf has not brought out the “Birther Card”! /s

      • Jimmie Z

        He’s saving that one up his sleeve.

  • RainbowPhoenix

    As long as those people actually vote when the time comes.

  • Grimes

    I’m making the call now, March 31, 2016 that the word of the year for 2016 is going to be ‘yuge’. If an emoji can win, surely this word will.

  • Ninja0980

    On a different note, Sanders is now nine points behind Clinton but since this is a closed primary, I don’t see where he can pull out a win.
    As for Trump, as I said below, the red parts of this state are tailored made for him, he’ll clean up nicely here.

  • Jean-Marc in Canada

    Here’s the reality: regardless of who the Democratic nominee is, you can bet that the republicans & the right wing will do all they can to get out the vote.

    If those on the left, the young, LGBT, women, etc. choose to fracture or sit out the election, they will have accept, unreservedly, a possible GOP win…..nothing is a given until after the ballots are counted.

    After almost 8 years of moving forward, many on the left and center are now in a position to either keep things moving forward OR setting them back. I would LOVE to see Bernie win, but I would not complain if Hillary did either.

    As someone from the outside looking in, as with many others from around the world, I find it beyond bizarre that there are people who are willing to piss away gains because Bernie or Hillary isn’t their nominee.

  • boatboy_srq

    Do those GOP numbers translate as “Most Republican New Yorkers may be racist sexist loudmouth boors, but at least they’re not smarmy FundiEvangelist religulous nutjobs”?

  • JCF

    If *Quinnipiac* says Clinton leads Sanders 54-42, you can trust her lead is at least 50% greater.

    • billbear1961

      🙂

  • billbear1961
  • OculusVeritas

    Go Sanders!!

  • Sallycramirez3

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