Skip to comments.Lights Out: Romney By 2 in North Carolina D+10 Poll
Posted on 10/15/2012 8:16:01 PM PDT by Kolath
The liberal Public Policy Polling (PPP) group conducted a D+10 poll in North Carolina and still found Mitt Romney with a 2-point lead over President Barack Obama (49%-47%).
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Well ... maybe they should do a +14 poll ...
“President” Barack Obama ? You mean the interim affirmative action placeholder between Bush and Romney ?
LoL. Triple Dem is desperate.
PREDICTION: As the Romney-Ryan transition team moves into the White Crib, all keyboards will have the “R” missing.
while Bambi moves to a "President Un-Elected" status.
RCP will probably move NC from Leans Obama to Tossup now. /sarc
This only makes me more ready to vote out the Kenyan on 11/6.
I don’t care if Romney is up 25 points, I’m gonna vote.
There will be NO complacency tolerated FReepers, is that understood?
Imagine how ready I’d be if we had a conservative for a candidate?
That would be like doing a +10 GOP poll in New York.
Imagine Romney’s lead in a legitimate poll, assuming there is such a thing.
Careful. As I recall, the real D/R/I numbers for NC are not all that favorable. Many register D and alway vote R. So D+10 may not be as far off as one would think.
Someone who really knows the actual NC registration figures should post them.
Could be like Alabama. many here vote Democrat in state politics, but Republican in national elections.
44% democrat/lean democrat
41% gop/lean gop.
No mention of independents.
Wow, that’s almost beyond lie, cheat, and steal range....
What was the partisan split in NC in 08?
Anyways, Obozo only won here by 14K. There is no way he beats Romney this go-round.
That's OK. Staples will fix them for free.
NC was D+11 in ‘08. 42%D/31%R/27%I according to CNN exit polls. 39/40/21 in ‘04
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