Skip to comments.Obama, Romney tied at 46%
Posted on 05/02/2012 10:51:42 AM PDT by pabianice
With six months to go.
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Tied at 46%.... That leaves 8% Undecided. If that stands until Election Day, Obama is toast. 3/4 of the undecideds always go for the challenger over the incumbent. If they’re still “undecided” after 4 years... Obozo is gone. Romney will win 52 - 48 percent.
I honestly did not read your Post #18 before I did my Post #41.
Too bad Rick Perry was not ready for prime time
_____________________________________________________________Dude is in his 60s. He’ll NEVER be ready for Prime Time. You can’t ever get “dumb” ready for Prime Time.
At this point, I am not looking for ideological purity and would be happy to get the US govt. back under some semblence of adult supervision.
That is one of the most sensible things I read on this website in a long time. THANK YOU!!!
I agree, but I was not a Perry fan. I do feel that if he could have just eliminated his propensity for self-immolating comments or ‘shoot-from-the-hip’ responses, and just stuck to ‘the script’ (whatever it was), he would have been a formidable candidate in the general. I’m just sayin, if you took Romney’s discipline and inserted that into Perry, it would have been a different story.
I was not a Romney supporter (shared many doubts as others), but come the general, I hope he gets a Reaganesque landslide victory against the Socialist. We need a very CONVINCING WIN (no more Flori-duhs) to send these people out to the hinterlands. We need FULL CONTROL of House, Senate, and Executive to eradicate the crap that’s happened these past 3 years.
I despise Hussein, but historically speaking, if you were on this board in 2000, we heard the same warnings about Clinton-—that he wouldn’t leave, that he would release secrets, and so on. He did pardon everyone but O.J., and he did trash the White House, but I think in general our worst fears were not confirmed. So, I’d have to say that based on historical evidence, even Hussein wouldn’t do this.
Keep in mind that this poll is also of registered voters.
So Romney probably has a 5 pt. lead among likely voters.
Do you know how Reagan and Jimmy Carter polled 6 months before the election in 1980?
Yeah, I thought about that also.
So Romney wins the popular vote and Obama wins the electoral College.