Skip to comments.Rasmussen Daily: TUE 11/06: R:49 O:48 Obama -8%: GO VOTE!!
Posted on 11/06/2012 5:26:26 AM PST by SoftwareEngineer
Tuesday, November 06, 2012
The final Rasmussen Reports daily Presidential Tracking Poll of Election 2012 shows Mitt Romney attracting support from 49% of voters nationwide, while President Obama earns the vote from 48%. Two percent (2%) prefer some other candidate. See daily tracking history.
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Both candidates are viewed favorably by 50% of voters nationwide.
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I will post my commentary after I see the internals
At a base level, the number is the same as the good SAT for the President is still there
Final Daily RAS ping!
Scott has not released information for his PLAT members yet, but the numbers I am looking for today are:
1. Governor’s lead with Independents
2. RT/WT nationally and with Asians/Hispanics
3. Percentage of Republicans voting for the Governor
4. Gender “gap”
If You use the 2/3 Rule minus third parties Romney wins 50.5-48.0-1.5, which means he wins OH by 2-3 points. :)
Internals have not posted yet. Scott released the public numbers early
I am waiting for those and will post them on this thread along with my commentary
Even in deep Red Texas, today is our golden opportunity to crush the last vestiges of life from the state Democrat Party. Sweep them out with straight ticket voting, Texans!
A few worthless fossils of the LBJ’s rule will remain in hippie Austin, the Mexican Valley and San Antonio, and the tiny union toe-hold in the Beaumont/Port Arthur/Orange area, but the rest of Texas, by far the BEST of Texas, should broom out as many Democrat relics as possible today. Help make history. It does matter.
Watch VA which is one of the first polls to close. A good Romney Lead will show that the poll assumptions are broken.
That is what I am hoping for.
In addition, I am hoping for a higher intensity among “R” voters.
I truly HOPE for a R:52 O:47 day
I don’t have a magical crystal ball like Nate Silver, so all I can do is analyze what I can see and then make some (hopefully) informed assumptions
12 more hours and we will know!
Two days +1, I’ll take it.. Now, off to get my revenge..
WE voted Straight R in Tarrant county in DFW
I look forward to reading it as I have with all your threads. Thanks for keeping us informed of the ups and unfortunately the downs. Clinging desperately to what has been forecasted by Krauthammer; Rove, Barnes and even Morris which I've never given credence to.
can Romney really lose if he’s up by 15 with indies?..doesn’t that pretty much tell you the mood the country?
Yes, that number will be critical. There are TWO components to that and I am waiting on the PLAT numbers to come out
1. Percentage of whites in the final turnout (higher than 74 is good news for the Governor)
2. Percentage of whites voting for the Governor (higher than 59 is good for the Governor)
My pleasure. I am waiting on Scott Rasmussen now. I am confused as to why he is delaying the internals
I would say that it would be HARD for the Governor to lose if he is up 15 with Independents. Logically does not make sense
But then again, nothing has made sense in the polls in this last week
Great tip. Also, look in the forum. There were bellweather counties posted yesterday by Ravi
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