Skip to comments.Dead heat for Romney and Obama in latest Michigan poll (R47/O46)
Posted on 11/04/2012 5:37:49 AM PST by tatown
Who are you most likely to vote for in the Presidential election - Democratic President Barack Obama, or Republican Nominee, Governor Mitt Romney, another candidate, or are you undecided?
Republican Nominee Mitt Romney 46.86% President Barack Obama 46.24% Another candidate 4.94% Undecided 1.96%
(Excerpt) Read more at myfoxdetroit.com ...
Romney wins Michigan 54-46.
I hope I never meet anyone in that 1.96% undecided. They’ve obviously never accomplished a thing in their miserable, hand wringing, linguini spined lives.
Wow! MI has not gone for a GOP presidential candidate since Bush I in 1988.
Looks like it might be a blowout. Everything is breaking Romney’s way, with Blue States falling like dominoes!
Actually, the “undecided” voter I know voted for the O in 2008 and is undecided this year whether he will stay home or vote for Romney. He’s already decided not to vote for O again. So if he were asked, he would say that he is “undecided.”
Not even al dente.
If that were Obozo by +1 the media would be reporting it as a dead heat...........would they?
Miiiich-i-gan R 52% - O 47% - other 1%.
The Weather Channel seems to want the election postponed.
Wasted a lot of time talking to “experts” about it this morning.
Must be good weather today everywhere.
Exactly what I thought !
(From Citizens United, of the famous Citizens United Supreme Court case that got Obama so steamed.)
Polls are worthless at this point — regardless of who they show winning or previous accuracy. All that matters now is turnout, turnout, turnout.
Looking forward to my Schadenfreude party this Tuesday night...
Don't say that too loudly to leftist trolls that are on websites like Breitbart right now. They would tell you that the vast majority of polls, Nate Silver, and Intrade are predicting an Obama win, so it's in the bag for them./sarc
All the voting enthusiasm is heavily GOP.
Obama is going through the motions now. If it was really close, he would be in FL.
But we know that Romney is finishing his campaign tomorrow in NH.
I’m increasingly confident of a big GOP win. The polls do not get it.
Nate Silver 11/04: 306.9 EV’s, 85.1% Chance of Winning
Somebody is wrong...
Not just wrong, but REALLY WRONG...
If Romney wins this, the Mainstream Media has some real explaining to do.
5% other, Virgil, Paul?
Obomba won by 16 points in 2008.
Yup... if MI, MN and OR are in play and Romney has the edge in MI, something is way off.
This is not supposed to be happening. O carried these states in a walk in 2008 and here he’s struggling to hold a tie in them.
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