Skip to comments.Rasmussen Florida: Romney 45%, Obama 43%
Posted on 08/16/2012 9:54:41 AM PDT by BarnacleCenturion
The latest Rasmussen Reports telephone survey of Likely Voters in Florida shows Romney earning 45% support to the presidents 43%. Three percent (3%) like some other candidate, and eight percent (8%) are undecided.
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I believe Romney, barring an unforeseen scandal or event, has FL, Indiana, Missouri, and North Carolina in the bag. He and Ryan together should play very well in Virginia and I would bet on him over Obama, though it won’t be easy.
That leaves, as usual, Ohio, Colorado, Wisconsin, New Hampshire and maybe Iowa. Wisconsin is now a true battleground with Ryan on the ticket, and he should help in Ohio and Iowa too.
I think PA and MI are a bridge too far unless Obama totally collapse and they are won as part of a wave. I would be very wary of getting tempted to dump much money in those two states when the resources could be better used in the others.
VERY GOOD NEWS!!
Guess they were premature. Or possibly just plain wrong.
But since the challenger almost always gets at least 80% if the undecided vote, the result will be:
I believe that poll much more than I believe some commentary from BOR last evening about Ozero having a 10 point lead.
You are just full of good news today. This election will be decided in WI-OH-FL
You still listen to BOR? Wow you have a very strong stomach!
Too close to call which means Obama wins.
Just for about ten minutes per night to remind myself why I don’t listen to him....last night he had on Dick Morris and was scoffing at Morris’ polls. That was enough....tuned into What is My Car Worth.
BOR hasn't been the same since his days co-starring with MTM and Ted Knight in the 70's...
everybody is so concentrated on Medicare... ask the seniors how much interest they are making on their savings under Obama and you’ll know which way they are going to vote
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