Skip to comments.FINAL Rasmussen - Romney: 49, Obama - 48
Posted on 11/05/2012 6:21:15 AM PST by The G Man
Romney ups lead w/ indies to 15. 2% of GOP undecided, 0% of Dems= room for Romney.
Now that Staten Island looks like the 9th ward, Sandy isn’t such a slut anymore. :) Big Government always fails.
Reasons for optimism:
1. Romney dominating Indy’s
2. Obama fails to reach 50% in almost all polls
3. GOP crossover that occurred in 2008 is not evident in 2012
4. Enthusiasm gap (see 2010 and recall results)
11/6/2012: Bride of Chick-fil-a
there are still undecideds?..wth?..looking forward to Gallup this morning..
I think many "undecideds" are people who are just too polite to hang up or say NYFB to the pollster, but still don't want to answer.
Plus the dirty little secret, lots of white Dems are not going to vote for Obama because he spent 4 yrs. telegraphing the message that he would side against them in any race conflicts.
Drudge says today’s Gallup will show a 48-48 tie...
I know I would deliberately lie to any pollster just because I think they’re all bogus and out to manipulate public opinion.
We’re at our best when we’re behind the 8 ball, so their BS only helps our side GOTV.
That might just be the Gallup/USA Today swing state poll. I think, though I could be wrong, that the final Gallup tracking poll will come out later today. It was suspended because of Hurricane Sandy and the the first results since resumption are due today from what I know.
You are correct. I went by the headline on Drudge which says Gallup swing 48-48. I thought it meant the Gallup poll had swung towards Obama into a tie. What it meant was the Gallup swing state poll is tied.
We shall see later what the actual Gallup national poll says. I do think it will be much closer than the 5 point lead Romney had before Sandy.
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