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US: National Survey (McLaughlin 2/24-25)

Topics: poll

McLaughlin & Associates / Citizens United for change*
2/24-25/10; 1,000 likely voters, 3% margin of error
Mode: Live telephone interviews
(McLaughlin release)

*Citizens United for Change Opposes Campaign Finance regulations

National

Obama Job Approval
49% Approve, 48% Disapprove (chart)
Dems: 84 / 15 (chart)
Reps: 17 / 79 (chart)
Inds: 45 / 51 (chart)

2010 Congress: Generic Ballot
42% Republican, 35% Democrat (chart)

 

Comments
Farleftandproud:

This poll is operated by National Review. I think they can say anything and try to pass it off as truth.

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Ryan:

The only two that are not within the avg poll measures are the generic ballot, with dems slightly lower than the margin of error, and Obama's approval among GOPers, which is high. So it seem to balance out as far as a skewed perspective.

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BH:

"This poll is operated by National Review. I think they can say anything and try to pass it off as truth."

It's no different than what the kooky KOS people try with their polls.

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Wong:

I think this is a much more valid representation of the "likely voter" model than the garbage that Ras puts out.

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Farleftandproud:

Actually Republican pollsters with all or registered voters don't fair as well for "right wing leaners".

I would agree they are more accurate than Ras because they seem to vary everytime they do the poll. Rasmussen keeps the same lead for Republicans week after week.

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Farleftandproud:

I mean when conservative pollsters have conducted polls from a Registered voter point of view, I notice their lead is usually 2 or 3 points instead of 8 or 9 points.

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