“Unfortunately, such narrow leads are just statistical noise. All it tells me is Romney is competitive, something I’d expect of almost any GOP nominee against this terrible a president.”
I wouldn’t expect to see the polls “firm up” to the point where I could trust them as being a “stable representation” of how the vote looks to go until late September or early October.
Till then we can hope, but better not to be overly optimistic.
I expect to see post after post after post after post after post (had enough?) right here on FreeRepublic exclaiming how it’s going to be “a landslide”. I don’t expect that. Instead, I expect this to be a VERY close election (electoral-college-wise). It could even end up in the House .
Optimistic about a Romney presidency.
Now that says all you need to know about. . . .
Barack Hussein Obama (mm mmmm mm-Kenya)
I disagree with you that it will be close in the Electoral college, however I do expect that with the Media and others cherry picking polls, that it will seem to be a close race into October. Baring a surprise, I expect things to break Romney’s way late (actually just finally show what was there all along).
The real question is how many fraudulent votes can the Democrats manufacture.
How is going to be close when he won’t win one Southern state or Wis, Mich and Ohio? And there is nothing to indicate that he won’t win those last three. The Walker victory has taken the heart out of the RAT Party and that will become clearer as the summer (and his blunders) goes on.