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US: Obama 51, McCain 46 (Rasmussen 10/25-26)

Topics: PHome

Rasmussen
10/25-27,08; 3,000 LV 2%
Mode: IVR

National
Obama 51, McCain 46

 

Comments
Trosen:

*yawn*.. flatline.

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bpd1069:

Pew has Obama +16/+15
52% vs. 36% Registered
53% vs. 38% Likely Voters
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Barack Obama leads John McCain by a 52% to 36% margin in Pew’s latest nationwide survey of 1,325 registered voters. This is the fourth consecutive survey that has found support for the Republican candidate edging down. In contrast, since early October weekly Pew surveys have shown about the same number of respondents saying they back Obama. When the sample is narrowed to those most likely to vote, Obama leads by 53% to 38%.

A breakdown of voting intentions by demographic groups shows that since mid- September, McCain’s support has declined significantly across most voting blocs. Currently, McCain holds a statistically significant advantage only among white evangelical Protestants (aside from Republicans). In addition, Obama runs nearly even with McCain in the so-called red states, all of which George W. Bush won in 2004.

Just as ominous for the Republican candidate, Obama holds a 53% to 34% lead among the sizable minority of voters (15%) who say they have already voted. Among those who plan to vote early but have not yet voted (16% of voters), 56% support Obama, while 37% support McCain.

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bpd1069:

Oh and +19 of those who have already voted!
http://people-press.org/report/465/mccain-support-declines

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NHBlue:

Another poll to consider:

"The Conference Board, a New York-based business research group, said Tuesday that its Consumer Confidence Index plummeted to 38 in October from an upwardly revised reading of 61.4 in September.

Last month's decline brings the index to its lowest level since its inception in 1967."

So what's scarier? So-called socialism or Republican fiscal ideology?

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kerrchdavis:

@boomshak

"Rasmussen should tighten again today. Do the math. There is a high liklihood McCain actually polled +1 on Sunday."

fail.

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zombieflanders:

boomshak:
Rasmussen should tighten again today. Do the math. There is a high liklihood McCain actually polled +1 on Sunday.

Posted on October 28, 2008 7:34 AM


Whoops! :D

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