Obama 46, McCain 43
Obama 49, McCain 44
Favorable / Unfavorable
McCain 52 / 45
Obama 55 / 42
Well, it looks like the end of Obama's "bump." Obama's lead in Gallup really shrunk. Looking forward to the trend this next week to see how things settle out.
Posted on June 13, 2008 4:59 PM
From today's Gallup Daily tracking poll conducted June 12-14: Obama 44% and McCain 42%. The bump (up 7 points) after Hillary dropped out had a very brief showing in this poll.
Rasmussen: Obama 49% to McCain 43%. This poll is holding steady. Interesting comment for this poll: "For all the talk of post-partisanship, the campaign is shaping up so far along fiercely partisan lines. Among voters not affiliated with either major party, McCain is viewed favorably by 55%, Obama by 51%."
Posted on June 15, 2008 11:19 PM
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