Those final projections from Battleground are not poll numbers. Theyre predictions.
EXACTLY what I was going to point out. Additionally, looking at their internals...
Poll taken 10/22-10/25. Stale.
Next, anybody that said they were at least "somewhat likely" to vote was counted. Scientific? LOL Hardly.
Romney had better favorable and unfavorable numbers than Obama.
46% said they would vote for Obama, while 51% said they would either NOT for Obama or consider someone else.
Among those who are "definite" in their choice, Romney wins by 1 point. Only when they include those "likely" as well, does Obama go up by 1.
I'm sorry, but this poll is run by wanna-be amateurs.
posted on 10/29/2012 12:11:26 AM PDT
“I’m sorry, but this poll is run by wanna-be amateurs.”
What a foolish, foolish thing to say. These guys are HIGHLY respected Republican pollsters. Karl Rove speaks very highly of them too. In fact they do internal polling for many Republicans:
It is amazing how many people can't wait to post a negative poll despite the fact that the two major polls have Romney with a 5+national lead.
Obama's approval numbers are going down, not up.
posted on 10/29/2012 12:49:15 AM PDT
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