Skip to comments.Daily Rasmussen: SUN: 11/04: R:49 O:49 Obama -8: 2 Days to go!!!
Posted on 11/04/2012 6:56:26 AM PST by SoftwareEngineer
Sunday, November 04, 2012
The Rasmussen Reports daily Presidential Tracking Poll for Sunday shows the race tied with President Obama and Mitt Romney each attracting support from 49% of voters nationwide. One percent (1%) prefers some other candidate, and another one percent (1%) remains undecided. See daily tracking history.
These figures include both those who have already voted and those likely to vote. Obama leads among those who have already voted, while Romney leads among those deemed likely to vote. Thirty-nine percent (39%) of voters are projected to be Democrats and 37% Republicans. Both candidates do well within their own party, while Romney has a nine-point advantage among unaffiliated voters.
One key to the outcome on Election Day will be the racial and ethnic mix of the electorate. In 2008, approximately 74% of voters were white. The Obama campaign has argued that this will fall a couple of percentage points in 2012 with an increase in minority voting. Others have noted the increased enthusiasm among white voters and the decreased enthusiasm among Hispanic voters and suggest that white voters might make up a slightly larger share of the electorate this time around. It is significant because Romney attracts 58% of the white vote, while Obama has a huge lead among non-white voters.
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This is actually good news believe it or not. Internals show the Governor rising.
He would have been at 50 today but his Lean Romney number got rounded down to Zero. This is the first uptick the Governor has had all week. This means that the Sandy bump is fading
Also the bad Gov Romney day on WED fell off. I think THU is also a bad Gov Romney day and tomorrow that will fall off too
Daily RAS Ping!
Also, look at the commentary by Scott (above). He is projecting a D+2 final turnout
Looks like a meeting at the 50 yrd. line and a coin toss is gonna settle this.
YEH! Another tied poll. lol Thanks for your analysis.
48 hours! just 48 hours!
Why is he predicting a +2 dem turnout? What was the dem turn out in 2008 on a national level?
IF Romney loses this, I put 100% of the blame at the feet of Chris Christie.
America is going to choose Obamacare and slavery to government. Game over. The Republic is doomed. Emperor Palpatin is Obamugabe.
traditional > traditionally
It all comes down to whether the number of Americans who are informed, self responsible and love this nation can turn out in greater numbers than the Obama base of parasites, socialists, racists, and braindead.
Did Sandy turn this election from 1980 to 1976?
They were within 5% in 2000 and 2004.
Agreed....that selfish, short sighted walking Jabba the Hut cares more about himself than the future of this country....can you imagine a Democratic governor ever doing what he did?
These polls are so screwy. Where is Ras coming with the D +2?
I guess we will know after Tuesdsay
Signed up a few days before the 2004 election.
Consistently posting “the sky is falling” garbage.
Again dude chill. See the forest for the trees.
Completely agree with you. Since the 27th Romney is (-1) and Obama is (+3). It still comes down to turnout but the Dems are now well within the margin of ‘cheat’. Based on the topline only, it’s a coin toss. Problem is, Obama has a loaded coin.
Romney may win, but not decisively. That says a lot about the state of the electorate and none of it is good. America is in decline. There is no doubt about that. A failed, divisive, incompetent President like Obama should not be able to pull almost 50% of the vote. He has completely wrecked our economy and finances, but almost 50% of the electorate could not care less.
Free Republic’s Concern Trolls out in force in this morning.
O still has not cracked 50%.
And he’s bleeding in Blue States!
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