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US: Obama 49, McCain 44 (GWU 9/28-10/01)

Topics: PHome

GWU Battleground
Tarrance Group(R)/ Lake Research (D)
09/28-10/01,08; 800; 3.5%
Mode: Live Telephone Interviews

National
Obama 49, McCain 44

 

Comments
C.S.Strowbridge:

A 5-point swing in two days. I know they changed their methodology, but crap!

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Commander_King:

Later McStunt

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m913:

Et tu, GW?

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vmval1:

Please Palin be at your incoherent best tonight so that we can ice this thing.

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jamesia:

McCain on the bailout passing - "As you know, I suspended my campaign, came back to Washington" and "as you know, Senator Obama phoned it in."

But hey, at least we're not politicizing the bailout! These are the words of someone who doesn't realize how bad they're losing.

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MarkW:

Very small sample.
The trend here and at 538 is all good.

Debate tonight.
I wonder if there will be a Troopergate question
or if she's managed to read a few newspapers.

As with all such cases involving Republicans, rather than fulfil her promise to cooperate, the lawyers have jumped in.

AmericaBlog has an interesting story about McSame's facial tic.

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JCK:

R2000/DailyKos showing an 11 point lead for Obama. Rasmussen has Obama ahead by 3 (50-47) in NC.

Each day, it gets progressively harder for McCain to come back.

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BOOMFAIL:

WOW! This was boombatty's last poll to hold onto. Can't wait to hear the spin on this one!

Landslide Baby Landslide

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carl29:

Rasmussen has Obama up by 3% in North Carolina, for the second consecutive week. Right now, according to Rasmussen, in North Carolina Obama 50% McCain 47%. Ah...guess who is going to campaign in North Carolina next week? Yes, you guessed, Palin :-) It seems that some people are getting worried about North Carolina. Imagine, who could have said it: A republican candidate defending North Carolina in October :-) Sweet!

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DecaturMark:

McCain was asked:

On why polls show a move to Obama after the economic crisis:

"Cause life isn't fair".

McCain is mad that he did all this "work" by suspending his campaign and has nothing to show for it.

His anger and bitterness is starting to show. That is not going to help him. His unfavorables are increasing.

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vmval1:

What time is the Veep debate?

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carl29:

A whinner? Know I see why Graham called us a "nation of whinners." He was talking about McSame.

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DecaturMark:

@vmval1

9 pm Eastern

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vmval1:

@Decatur:
Thanks

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DecaturMark:

And according to David Letterman, McCain wants everyone in America to conserve energy tonight by turning off their TVs between 9 pm and 10:30 pm!! Way too funny.

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2008/10/02/the-feud-continues_n_131117.html

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Scott W:

LAND.......SLIDE!!!!!!

Obama 358, McCain 180 is the best Johnny can do now...

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pbcrunch:

Why was McCain in Iowa for two days again?

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BOOMFAIL:

Letterman is Freaking hilarious! McSame should have never dissed him.

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Atomique:

@ pbcrunch:

Because he's incapable of making a rational decision for his campaign.

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