Skip to comments.Poll: Obama up big in swing-state New Hampshire
Posted on 05/16/2012 7:44:17 AM PDT by ConservativeStatement
President Obama has opened up a double-digit lead in New Hampshire, according to a survey from left-leaning Public Policy Polling released on Tuesday.
Obama leads with 53 percent over Romney at 41 percent. Romney led by 2 percent in the same poll conducted in July.
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Well, if they found a reason to switch to Obama this month, they at the very least have their heads up their as*es.
Remember to wait for the internals, boys and girls.
But but I was told because Willard has a house in NH and was governor of Mass he is a “native son” of NH....
Yeah, New Masshire
Probably many of them are liberals who fled Massachusetts taxes
it may appear a beat is skipped here and there...but the beat goes on...whaddjaspect?
like alinsky wrote in his book dedication...don’t mistake where we are...and when...
Upswing in OBozo’s numbers...must be LOT’S OF HOMO’s livin’ in the Granite State!!
PPP??? . . . HAHAHAHAHAHA! I’ll wait for some more reliable source, like . . . oh . . . say Media Matters. :)
—Probably many of them are liberals who fled Massachusetts taxes—
I was at a client site in Concord, NH about seven years ago. That is exactly what I was told by a local what is happening to the state.
BIG swing state? New Hampshire has 4 electoral votes, how can they swing anything? I guess any good news for "the made for television president" excites the media.
After the NYT poll showing Romney leading nationwide the call went out for all the fellow-travelers to gin up some good Obama numbers.
“The PPP survey of 1,163 New Hampshire voters”
No break down on whether registered or likely, or just adults.
Some claim the state is infected by New Yorkers moving in ruining the state like ex-NYers did to VT. The Mass exiles are more of the right, at least libertarian.
NH is not a swing state. The only way Romney wins NH is if this turns out to be a massive wave election where Romney carries most of the states.
There’s a lot of Massholes in New Hampshire..............
NH is a swing state in the sense that it has voted for the eventual winner in 8 out of the last 10 elections. So does it swing to a winner or make a winner? With Romney a close neighbor I’d bet it goes R this year which looks like another swing to the winner year to me.
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