We are currently ahead by 19 points in Pennsylvania! Actually voted people.
Also, for that RCP link, I've become quite a bit disollusioned by it of late. They include about a months worth of polls in there, and then average them out. So even with the big debate bounce that Romney had, it still has a lot of high numbered Obama polls way down at the bottom which skews the over all coloring of the state.
This projection from Rockntractor Political Sciences division.
Michigan: Romney 47 Obama 46
Penn: Romney 47 Obama 47
I bet someone in the Oval Office is sweating this out a bit.
PPP's latest poll of Penn is a joke. They measured 48% democrats, 38% republicans, and only 14% independants. With such skewed numbers there were only able to get 52% for Obama. He's in trouble in Penn I'd say.
The trend in Michigan has been nothing but up for Romney as well. Rasmussen a month ago had Obama up by 7. On the first they only had him up by 5. Baydoun/Foster a month ago had Obama up by 3, today they had Romney up by 1. The interesting thing about the Baydoun poll was those they polled. Women 60%. Democrats 43%. So they heavily sampled women, and Democrats, and they still came out with a Romney lead.
Last edited by djones520; 11-04-2012 at 10:22 AM.
Yesterday my station aired a poll (We're in Cleveland..) that it was 49/49 tie here in Ohio. Forget who did the poll yesterday...
This morning, we air a poll from NBC/NYTimes/Marist that has 51% O and 45% R. dafuq?
considering the sources of the new poll, it's desperation to make Chairman Zero look good...
I had to drive through OH today and I prayed that they will make a smart choice on Tue and vote for Romney.
Romney internal polls have him up 1 in Ohio, tied in Wisconsin and Penn.
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