Skip to comments.Final national NBC/WSJ poll: Obama 48%, Romney 47%
Posted on 11/04/2012 6:16:04 AM PST by LittleSpotBlog
With just two days until Election Day, President Barack Obama and Republican nominee Mitt Romney are running neck and neck nationally, according to the final national NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll before the election.
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This election is going to turn out to be R+1
...or is it Obama 47.5% & Romney 47.4% on their skewed polls and they just “rounded up”.
Either way, it’s BS!
going to be a wild tuesday night/wednesday morning
The margin of error is 2.55!
I agree. I think it’s gonna be a looong night but we’ll come out on top.
These polls are really useless.
I think this is worth a read.. baseball stat and the election.. puts Nate in his place
So, they have gone from a +16 sample, all the way down to +2?
I know. I wish I would have put Wednesday in as a vacation day, I don’t think I’ll sleep on Tuesday night.
When 0 loses they will say within margin of error.
Did Chuck Todd mention Republicans historically outperform poll average by 3?
Ras will be out with a 49-49 tie. He’s playing CYA IMO
I knew they’d play it for O. Those idiots in 2004 told us Kerry was up and Bush should begin packing his bags!
Let’s wait until the votes come in and see if its really a D+2 electorate.
Well they are now especially. 48 hrs.
NBC? Why would we believe it’s D+2 after how skewed the media polls have been to date? Like I have been saying, it’s all about psyops at this point with the lib media trying to ramp up the lib base to GOTV by showing them there single vote can matter.
I can't imagine that too many pollsters are going to better their 2008 performance, since poll spending, response rates, and sample sizes are all lower than ever.
Did you say that when he had Romney up by three last week and at 50%. Ras is reliable. Clearly there was some up tick in zerO’s number due to Sandy, but that bump should be dying today and tomorrow. Especially since everyone has access to the pics and news coming from NY and NJ.
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