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megimoo
09-17-2008, 08:25 AM
“A national poll we can believe in!” or just good business?
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Consider these numbers: Obama’s up just 5 in New York, 3 in New Jersey and 2 in Washington. Does ‘thisclose’ in deep blue states add up to “A national poll we can believe in!”?

Obama’s losing ground everywhere, not by a little, but by a lot.

His numbers are crumbling among White men, White women, Catholics, Evangelicals, Independents and his base.

So where are pollsters finding Obama supporters to talk to and report a tied race?

Obama is -12 with White women, a group he desperately has to win by at least double digits. Among White males, even the 36% Al Gore and John Kerry got now looks way out of reach.

Catholics, who will be 26% of voters, are running away from him. He is down 59/36 fully 10 points below what Kerry got.

Evangelicals gave George Bush 71% in 2004, showing what they will do when they support a candidate. This year they have a chance to vote for an Evangelical Christian they are wild about. A 75% support is not out of reach.

With Independents Obama is losing 52/37.

The most telling number for Obama is his disappearing Democratic base support which runs from 86% down to 81%. A new poll from Ohio puts it at just 82%
http://www.collinsreport.net/

GrumpyOldLady
09-17-2008, 08:43 AM
With Bush's approval numbers Obama should be walking away with it.
He's not.

THANK GOD!

PoliCon
09-17-2008, 08:46 AM
Lets not forget Congress'ss'ssss approval ratings - which are the m0ssiahs approval ratings . . . .

and bidens. . . .


and McCains . . . .


BUT NOT PALINS!! 80% APPROVAL. Eat that DU.