Skip to comments.Gallup Daily: McCain Moves Ahead, 48% to 45%
Posted on 09/07/2008 10:06:04 AM PDT by jokyfo
John McCain has moved ahead of Barack Obama in the latest Gallup Poll Daily tracking, 48% to 45%, following last weeks Republican convention. This is McCains best showing since May.More ...
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I thought it was Nov. 4th but we have early voting and those pesky absentee ballots. THAT’s how the dems cheat. They have non-existent people vote absentee.
Had McCain picked Crist, Fla would be in play. Palin was a better choice. Florida’s got lots of problems at the moment. Crist hasn’t proven himself yet as governor.
News crawler Fox or CNN. I took MSNBC off my tv menu re: pulling ads from Georgia. If Obama can’t win Atlanta, he’s in trouble or Savannah...
I have long felt that if mccain/PALIN could take a lead in the polls, it would be pretty much over. Obama has no policies nor a past that he can point to or tout in order to get back into this thing. If the Repubs hold their own in the debates and have a strong GOTV effort, mccain/PALIN should win this thing by upwards of 5%.
I hope that Juans’ health holds out long enough for him to show Sara the rops vis a vis foreign policy.
According to another thread McCain’s doing good in Pennslvania leading amongst blue collar workers 46 to 43 percent.
No Democrat has ever won the Presidency without carrying the Keystone State. And Obama’s elitist comments about the people there being bitter and clinging to God and Guns ain’t helping him very much.
My bet is McCain’s gonna turn Pennslvania, Wisconsin, Minnesota and New Hampshire Red this November. Especially now that Palin’s his running mate.
The more the public learns about Obama, the more they come to realize just how radical he really is.
If the Palins want to come to my house I will cook them anything they want, I’ll even have some fresh moose meat flown in.
Is leading 3% with blue collar workers in PA enough to overcome Philly, and the surrounding suburbs?
I don’t know anything about PA.
I’m not sure. But I think that lead will gradually increase once the public learns more about Obama’s more radical positions such as his support for infanticide.
Lets remember one thing, if it wasn’t for Philledalphia and Pittsburg, Pennslvania would be a solid red state. Lets just hope Obamanation keeps putting his foot in his mouth and lets his elitist nature show.
This means nothing. The Democrats easily have 4-8% FRAUD vote built into the big cities of Philadelphia, Detroit, St. Louis, Miami...and probably 8-10% FRAUD vote built into Chicago.
We have to be stronger, imo.
I'm driving all the way to PA on election day just to wheel my parents into the voting booths -
A friend of mine just told me that the talking heads have all day determined that O has the electoral votes to win. I didn’t watch these shows but this is very disappointing news.
The big ones are FL, OH, VA....must win...
Please sir, the link...
That doesn’t look good (electorals, state by state).
Florida and Virginia should be no problem.
Its Ohio that I’m worried about.
BTW, speaking of Virginia does anyone have any idea how Jim Gilmore’s doing in the Senate election? Does anyone have a good idea as to his chances?
McCain will stay ahead in the polls now.
Obamanation’s crew is quite saddened. <sarc
I also remember a few months ago, Republican challenger John Kennedy was projected to win Mary Landreiu’s Senate seat in Louisiana. Do you know if he still has a good chance to win?
We must work as hard as we can as the MSM/talking heads will do their utmost to upset this ticket. I see the NY Times will lead the pack tomorrow, according to Drudge.