About half the public takes this view, while the rest seem evenly split.
The vote was taken and again the Council members were evenly split.
But they evenly split the final 60 and finished second.
The idea seems to have been that the material would be split evenly.
Groups had to be split evenly between men and women.
The student body is evenly split between men and women.
The board will be split evenly between the two companies.
By 2001 the field was evenly split between the two cars.
They also played each team in the other league once (home and away games split evenly).
Recently, a survey by the local paper found the town evenly split on the issue.
The vote remained split evenly, and both sides knew that wouldn ft change.
Mr. Cheney did not even get to exercise his most visible role in the new administration today, presiding over the evenly split Senate.
As they fine-tune their messages, the two men agree on at least one thing: this evenly split district will be a bellwether in November.
An evenly split commission would compromise the power now exercised decisively by Ms. Berry, who has served on the commission since 1980.
You have an evenly split committee, which makes things difficult, especially in an era when people dig in and vote along party lines.
Later that day, everyone at the meeting voted yes on ethanol, and in the evenly split House, the bill passed 52-48.
The vote remained split evenly, and both sides knew that count wouldn't change.
Indeed, polls show the next elections ending with the same evenly split vote that produced the current Government.
Under a strict business model, team managers would have their own hires and make their own personnel decisions, but they would also have an evenly split budget.
However, as an evenly split decision, it set precedent only in the 9th Circuit, not nationwide.