Skip to comments.Obama still tops Romney by seven in Ohio
Posted on 05/08/2012 10:37:12 AM PDT by BigEdLB
Raleigh, N.C. When PPP last polled Ohio a little over four months ago, Mitt Romney trailed President Obama by seven points. He has not made up any ground since, and the apparent establishment choice for his running mate, the states freshman Sen. Rob Portman, would not help him to catch up much.
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Ohio is not in play unless Romney is up 6-7%. The vote fraud is massive in Ohio. The dems know we can’t win w/out Ohio unless it’s a landslide election. It won’t be.
Don’t believe it!!! They poll non-voters
I don’t believe it. Any time I talk to an Ohioan about Obama I get an ear beating about his brazen lie that he was going to get us out of NAFTA. Even people who don’t agree with that move did not like being lied to and treated as fools.
Excellent, you answered all the questions I clicked looking to find out, RV, Obama not above 50% etc. Additionally PPP is a Dim outfit, right?
I follow Ras and Gallup mostly.
PPP, Quinnipiac, Marist, WAPO, CNN, all tild heavily for RATS.
I’m going to lie through my teeth on all these polls.
Progressive Insurance Co. a big Obama supporter is headquartered near Cleveland.
They employ a lot of people and are a big part of the local economy.
Yes - They are Dems. If there is 7% fraud in Ohio, as was suggested above, then we are all in deep trouble. The concern is if the margin is under 0.5%. Then ballot boxes in car trunks with 100% Obama votes come into play... otherwise, not... If you could show a 7% Dem fraud in a state as big as Ohio, we are talking like Russia, or Venezuela, in which case, I think there are too many armed citizens to let such a thing stand.
Agree that those organizations are tilted Dem, but if internals are available, you can adjust. Like I did here. Gallup yesterday published an Electoral Map : Romney 185, Obama 185, too close to call 168...
Hey, ho, way to go O-hio...
PPP? HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA! They had Obama with a 62% favorability rating a little while ago.
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