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CA: Obama 56, McCain 40 (Rasmussen 10/9)

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Rasmussen
Mode: IVR

California 10/9, 500 LV, 4.5%
Obama 56, McCain 40

 

Comments
BOOMFAIL:

Oooh, that's tight.

I would be interested in seeing new AZ polls to be honest with you. Curious to see how McShame's lead has shrunk there.

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WHYWECAN:

I wonder why Rasmussen and other pollsters dont poll the Prop 8 of banning same sex marriage, is such a important topic in California right now, even more than the election since the state is going Blue no matter what.

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logic001:

Actually here in CA the race is very tight; there's a growing wave of support for banning science in public schools, making cooking and infant care part of the curriculum for girls starting at age 12, and taxing renewable energy sources to pay for oil exploration credits.

(I'm kidding! Sheesh... :)

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Steve in VA:

According to Rasmussen, both take 86% of their own party (12% of the other party) and Obama takes unaffiliated voters by 8% and the lead is only 6%. That does not make sense.

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sotonightthatimightsee:

WOW!!!

Obambi should be up like 30 points here!! I am darn sure Hillary would have been lol!!!

Can you say "Hispanic voter buyer's remorse"?

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thereisnospoon:

@sotnightthatimightsee

I hope you're joking. Did you see the latest PPP crosstabs for Colorado? McCain's losing hispanics 71-21. That's a freaking massacre.

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