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Election 2012: Arizona President (Romney at 52%, Obama at 44%).
Rasmussen Reports ^
| October 25, 2012
Posted on 10/25/2012 3:12:46 PM PDT by ConservativeStatement
Mitt Romney still leads President Obama in Arizona, but the race is tightening.
A new Rasmussen Reports/CBS 5 survey of Likely Arizona Voters shows Romney with 52% of the vote to Obamas 44%. Two percent (2%) prefer some other candidate, and another two percent (2%) are undecided. (To see survey question wording, click here.)
(Excerpt) Read more at rasmussenreports.com ...
TOPICS: Politics/Elections; US: Arizona
KEYWORDS: 2012polls; arizona; az2012; election2012; poll2012
posted on 10/25/2012 3:15:00 PM PDT
(President Robert Gibbs 2009-2011)
The two percent undecided will probably break for Romney. Make that 54-45% - which is also the nationwide margin we’re seeing.
AZ has gone for a D only once - Clinton in 1996.
posted on 10/25/2012 3:15:41 PM PDT
(In Memory Of A Dearly Beloved FrieGrnd Who Lives In My Heart Forever)
Explains why we have not been graced by Air Force One since Governor Brewer took him to task on the Tarmac last year.....
The two percent undecided will probably break for Romney. Make that 54-45% - which is also the nationwide margin were seeing.
Which Nationwide has that much of spread other than us freepers devining that via fixing the oversampling....
The question I have is will Obama's bottom fall out to a new low, as low as 42?
posted on 10/25/2012 3:36:12 PM PDT
(( Fubarward Obama 2012, think about it :-) ))
Prayers are up in my side of the desert.
posted on 10/25/2012 5:33:21 PM PDT
(May the Good Lord take a liking to you!)
posted on 10/25/2012 8:43:50 PM PDT
This is why I live here...well, and the 350 days of sunshine.
posted on 10/25/2012 8:44:57 PM PDT
(Plannedopolis-look it up. It's how the elites plan for US to live.)
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