Skip to comments.Daily Swing State Tracking Poll (Swing State Daily Tracking: Romney 47%, Obama 46%)
Posted on 09/19/2012 5:37:41 AM PDT by Cringing Negativism Network
In the 11 swing states, Mitt Romney earns 47% of the vote and the president is supported by 46%. Three percent (3%) are not sure, and four percent (4%) are undecided.
In 2008, Obama won these states by a combined margin of 53% to 46%, virtually identical to his national margin.
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MSM reports of the Romney campaign’s death are greatly exagerated.
What is the difference between “not sure” and “undecided”?
Not sure, but both are up for grabs.
Me too. Probably about the same as the difference between Dem and GOP politicians.
“What is the difference between not sure and undecided?”
Stupid and clueless
I’m not a subscriber, so I don’t get the details, but this poll puzzles me. Is it a cumulative average of these state polls, or is it a synopsis of each individual state poll? In other words, the average doesn’t help us if Romney is losing FL and VA (which I don’t think he is) but his poll numbers in CO and IA are high enough to move the average up. Am I making sense?
Not sure is code word for I don't want you to think I'm a racist so I'm not telling you I’m voting for RR.
I also do not know the specifics of this poll.
It is however virtually identical to the nationwide poll from yesterday.
Just thought I’d post it, since I hadn’t seen a swing state tracking poll from Rasmussen before this.
Mitt seems to be stuck on that 47% number for some reason.
What is the difference between not sure and undecided?”
Maybe I’ll ponder that and get back to you....if I can
That’s what I was thinking. Too bad they will decide the future of our country.
As much as I respect Ras, if we don’t know how he arrives at his final number, we can trust this poll no more than we trust an RCP average. Sure, Ras will be working off of good numbers instead of throwing garbage into the mix like RCP, but like you said, if Romney were losing FL and VA, it wouldn’t matter where else he was up.
Just remember, dead people don’t answer poll calls, but they do vote.
If you get that answer ping me please.
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