Skip to comments.Oregon: Romney Behind By Just 2
Posted on 10/31/2012 8:04:27 PM PDT by TeaPartyBob
This poll shows Barack at 47% (irony) in Oregon, with Mitt close behind at 45%.
Sample is D+5 ('08 was D+9). Indies go for Obama 46/44. High number of undecideds. Romney really could go for the blowout.
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There the I’s are probably more leftist than they are in the rest of the country.
...and yet he’s behind by 5 in Ohio...
Oh boy, I love how we’re marching into Blue states.
Might be worthwhile for Romney to spend some advertising money in Oregon. I think he still has $68 million to spend.
And this is why the talking point of Nate Silver and the rest of how Zero can win the electoral vote and lose the popular vote because he’s doing “well” in Ohio is a bunch of nonsense.
If he’s losing the popular vote by 3-4 points, then even if he squeaks by in Ohio he’s bleed support elsewhere, and clearly it appears to be Iowa, Wisconsin, Pennsylvania, Minnesota, Michigan, and Oregon. Holding on in Ohio means nothing if he loses even 2 of those states.
He will not win the electoral vote if he loses the popular vote by 3 or more points.
Oh my God. This really is good news. I love Oregon and would love to see it on the right side for a change.
Oregon is looking very good right now. The internals are very good for our candidates. We are busting our humps to make this happen.
Pray for America
My friend lives in Portland(She and her husband are both registered Republicans) she said that even though you got the liberal freaks that are in many parts of Portland, its not what it used to be..it used to be non stop libs everywhere, now she said she has seen many more Romney signs then Obama ones
Take them all Mitt, take them all!
Those 2 professors from Colorado had Romney winning OR. I dismissed it at the time, but, maybe - just maybe............
You do not get that many undecided 5 days before an election.
I’m sorry, but between this, and Breibart pointing out the recent PA poll has O up by 4 but losing Indys by 16%, and this is HUGE.
Obama can’t win Ohio. This math SCREAMS at me as being garbage, and I’m not great with numbers. Or maybe I’m a fool.
I think it would be a hoot if Obama took Ohio only to find Romney running the table on him in places like PA, MN, and OR.
Of course, I’d prefer it if Ohioans were sensible enough to vote for R/R. I’m just sayin’ it would be hilarious to see all that Obama campaign money spent this summer trying to “poison” Ohio against Romney turn out to be a waste of time and effort.
How can Romney be close in PA, MI, MN and OR and not be crushing in the purple swing states like OH, FL, VA?
Under the top line of every poll, Romney’s numbers are astounding. I mean, really for a challenger against an incumbent president.
I’ve got that 1994 feeling again. I think we are going to be watching a stunned media on Tuesday nite as the real numbers start coming in. And it is going to sweep in a republican senate as well. Just too much data that it will go big for the republicans.
Looks like fence sitters and third partiers might wish to reconsider their strategery.
That Indi number is way low. They are breaking strong for Romney and so are a lot of Dems.
Having recently moved from the Portland/Vancouver area I can say that the libs are everywhere. Like cockroaches, just because you don’t see them doesn’t mean that they aren’t there. :-)