Incumbent below 50%. Never above it. Stay positive, everyone.
This man has been such a bad president ..how is this race even close?
Not good and getting tired of the We win crowd already!!!
Romney gets republicans 88-9, democrats 11-86, and independents 47-44.
Well it’s certainly not 50-46, like it was a week ago.
So much interference being run by the media. Obama, Obama, Obama. Romney is not getting his message out unfiltered. Those who think that Romney will win in a landslide are delusional.
Imagine people wanting to reelect that idiot for doing absolutely nothing, which is what his visit to NJ amounted to, a photo op he hasn’t done anything.
I want to throw up.
Ugh. Didn’t expect to see that. figured it would hang pretty much at 49-47. Of course with rounding, we might still see there with statistical noise. It definitely looks like the storm is helping Obama, sadly. He must have had two good days since his big tour. With the job numbers today, hopefully we see it open back up to a couple points. The focus is back on the crappy job environment as of 8:30 this morning.
What’s weird is Obama has hardly gained, it it loss from Romney. Seems like they need to sharpen their message again and not try to coast to victory.
Not a good trend. Obviously a very good sample for Obama last night.
Not good. Bammy has closed the gap.
Well, so much for the theory the “undecideds break for the challenger.”
C’mon America... really??????
Obama/Biden 46.84 percent
Romney/Ryan 51.55 percent
Other 1.05 percent
Certainly these OPINION polls are too close for comfort right now, but as others have pointed out it’s R that flucuates, and not at Obama’s advantage. So I have to think that come Tues R voters will vote, and vacillators likely won’t vote at all.
Question is what is the truth about early voting. We’ve heard stories favoring R and ones favoring O. I don’t know what is truth and what is propaganda anymore.
No point in hand wringing. Explain to a vacillator this weekend that Obama is setting up an America that will be less free, less safe, and with a lower standard of living for their kids than they experience themselves.
Look it is not unexpected due to the fat bastard NJ governor and his traitorous behaviour.
But with the unemployment rate up,Romney should get the focus back on the economy and he will win.
Does anyone know what Rasmussen’s swing state poll is?
0bama will not get nearly as many votes from the NY, NJ, CT area as anticipated, people trying to recover from the storm don’t care about voting right now - they care about power, heat, getting gasoline, food & water.
Certainly trending in the wrong direction. Clearly some movement towards Obama following the storm.
Romney had clear momentum, up 3 & 5 in Gallup and Rasmussen, respectively, only 4 days ago on Monday - and at the important 50% marker.
(I would not want to be Chris Christie if Obama somehow squeaks out a win.)
I still think Obama is in a bad place at 47.6% with 3 days to go. And I think the Sandy bump will decipitate over the weekend - as more anger builds up in NY/NJ, Lybia scandal drips out more, and the UE increase (to 7.9%) makes it way past the media filter.
I mean a couple tenths of a point brings this back to a 2 point lead. I think/pray we will see Romney back up to a 2-3 point lead in final poll on Monday.
My Faith will be tested if Obama wins four more years.