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megimoo
09-15-2008, 04:29 PM
Ohio Polls: McCain Has Respectable Lead Over Obama

Sen. John McCain appears to be leading his democratic rival, Sen. Barack Obama in the presidential race, in Ohio— well, that’s what the September’s Obama McCain Ohio Polls say.

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The polls were conducted by Fox News/Rasmussen Reports, Quinnipiac University, Strategic Version, University of Cincinnati, InAdv/PollPosition, and Zogby Interactive. Check out what these latest McCain Obama Ohio polls say —

Fox News/Rasmussen Reports’ Obama vs McCain Ohio Poll, conducted on September 7, showed McCain leading Obama by 7 % points — 51 % to 44 % among the registered voters of Ohio.

Quinnipiac University’s McCain vs Obama Ohio Poll, conducted from September 5 to September 9, showed Obama leading McCain by 5 % points — 49 % to 44 % among the registered voters of Ohio.

Strategic Version’s Obama McCain OH Poll, conducted from September 7 to September 9, showed McCain leading Obama by 4 % points — 48 % to 44 % among the registered voters of Ohio.

University of Cincinnati’s McCain Obama OH Poll, conducted from September 5 to September 10, showed McCain leading Obama by 4 % points — 48 % to 44 % among the registered voters of Ohio.

InAdv/PollPosition’s Obama McCain OH Poll, conducted on September 10, showed McCain leading Obama by 1 % point — 48 % to 47 % among the registered voters of Ohio.

Zogby Interactive’s McCain Obama OH Poll, conducted from September 9 to September 12, showed McCain leading Obama by 5.9 % points — 49.8 % to 43.9 % among the registered voters of Ohio.


http://www.topnews.in/usa/ohio-polls-mccain-has-respectable-lead-over-obama-21238

LibraryLady
09-15-2008, 04:35 PM
Trust Driving 4 Percent McCain Lead in Buckeye State

9/15/2008


With just 51 days remaining in the 2008 Presidential campaign, the Republican ticket of John McCain and Sarah Palin holds a 4-point lead in the key state of Ohio, according to a poll released today by Suffolk University. McCain-Palin led the Democratic ticket of Barack Obama-Joe Biden 46 percent to 42 percent.
Identifying with Palin

More respondents identify with Sarah Palin than with the other candidates. Asked which of the four candidates is “most like you,” 31 percent said Palin, followed by Obama (22 percent), McCain (21 percent), and Biden (13 percent). In addition, 38 percent of respondents felt Palin has been treated harshly by the media, while 23 percent said she has been treated fairly. Among the self-described independent voters of Ohio, 42 percent said Palin was treated harshly, while 6 percent indicated fairly.

When asked which candidate they trusted more -- Obama or McCain -- respondents chose McCain over Obama, 49 percent to 41 percent. They also said they believe McCain is more likely to fulfill his pledge to lower taxes than Obama (41 percent to 31 percent).

http://suffolk.edu/30808.html

Eyelids
09-15-2008, 04:39 PM
University of Cincinnati’s McCain Obama OH Poll, conducted from September 5 to September 10, showed McCain leading Obama by 4 % points — 48 % to 44 % among the registered voters of Ohio.

That's the one that has me the most worried, that UoC poll is one of the best state polls in the country. To see a gap outside the margin of error like that isn't good.

Speedy
09-15-2008, 05:05 PM
That's the one that has me the most worried, that UoC poll is one of the best state polls in the country. To see a gap outside the margin of error like that isn't good.


You should be running out of favorite polls before too long.

LibraryLady
09-15-2008, 05:06 PM
Daily KOS still has optimism.:rolleyes:

Odysseus
09-15-2008, 05:08 PM
That's the one that has me the most worried, that UoC poll is one of the best state polls in the country. To see a gap outside the margin of error like that isn't good.

Well, not for Obama, but for the rest of us, it's just fine. :D

ralph wiggum
09-15-2008, 05:12 PM
Daily KOS still has optimism.:rolleyes:

And Truth-Is-All still thinks Obama will win by 20 million votes or some such nonsense.

Odysseus
09-15-2008, 05:38 PM
And Truth-Is-All still thinks Obama will win by 20 million votes or some such nonsense.

Well, he is from Chicago, so he's used to a certain margin of victory from the graveyard vote.

megimoo
09-15-2008, 05:41 PM
Well, he is from Chicago, so he's used to a certain margin of victory from the graveyard vote.
And ACORN is working overtime registering every stray dog and cat in the City !

Speedy
09-15-2008, 05:41 PM
Well, he is from Chicago, so he's used to a certain margin of victory from the graveyard vote.


Ah yes, the reknown Zombie Demographic.

Odysseus
09-15-2008, 06:23 PM
Ah yes, the reknown Zombie Demographic.

Of course. People who seek the brains of others are a natural Democratic core constituency. Republicans have their own brains.