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NH: Obama 50, McCain 43 (R2K-10/17-19)

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Research 2000 / Concord Monitor
10/17-19/08; 600 LV, 4%
Mode: Live Telephone Interviews

New Hampshire
Obama 50, McCain 43

 

Comments
NorthernObserver:

The key, of course, is that O stay at 49% or better. If so, there simply aren't enough voters for M to catch up.

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Trosen:

NH is not really in play. This poll has improved +3 for Obama since last month. Many others show Obama with a double digit lead.

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faithhopelove:

SWING STATE NEWSPAPER ENDORSEMENTS
(updated)

CO:
Obama 6
McCain 3

FL:
Obama 5
McCain 2

GA:
Obama 1
McCain 0

IN:
Obama 1
McCain 0

IA:
Obama 2
McCain 0

MI:
Obama 2
McCain 0

MO:
Obama 3
McCain 0

NH:
Obama 2
McCain 2

NM:
Obama 2
McCain 0

NV:
Obama 1
McCain 1

OH:
Obama 7
McCain 2

PA:
Obama 4
McCain 0

VA:
Obama 1
McCain 2

WV:
Obama 2
McCain 1

WI:
Obama 2
McCain 0

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OGLiberal:

Rasmussen VA:

Obama - 54
McCain - 44

Ouch!

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mandalorianarmy:

10 point lead in VA? In a Rasmussen poll!? I will take that over a so/so national poll any day.

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mandalorianarmy:

All Obama has to do is win all Kerry states plus IA and VA and it is over.

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OGLiberal:

The best thing about the VA poll is that it accounts for 98% of voters. Not many undecideds left in that state. And it's been trending Obama for a month, both in Rasmussen and in most other polls. Obama 4 points over 50% is fantastic.

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faithhopelove:

UPCOMING ON THE TRAIL


Yesterday:

Obama: NC
Joe Biden: WA
Jill Biden: MO
Bill Clinton: NV

McCain: OH
Cindy McCain: PA
Palin: NM


Today:

Obama: FL
Michelle Obama: FL
Hillary Clinton: FL
Bill Clinton: NV, MO

McCain: MO
Cindy McCain: PA
Palin: CO


Tomorrow:

Obama: FL
Michelle Obama: FL
Joe Biden: CO
Hillary Clinton: Omaha, MN

McCain: PA
Palin: NV


Wednesday:

Michelle Obama: FL
Joe Biden: CO

McCain: NH, OH
Palin: OH


Thursday:

Obama: WI


Friday:

Joe Biden: WV

McCain: CO


Saturday:

Hillary Clinton: TX, NM, UT


October 24 - November 3

Obama: CO, FL, IA, NV, NM, OH, VA


November 1:

Palin: NC

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NHBlue:

I think NH will hold for Obama. Dems will do well again.

The Dem governor is so popular that I bet 70% of the population couldn't name his republican challenger. Former Gov Jeanne Shaheen is likely to unseat Sununu (R Sen). A good % of NH GOPs are from families that have been Republican since Lincoln campaigned here (today's RINOs in other words). I doubt if Sarah P or the accusations of socialism are winning many votes here.

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deeznutsrepubs:

I'm not sure why obama isn't going to the toss-up senate race states more - like KY, MS, GA, etc. why is he in wis?? that makes no sense.

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