Skip to comments.Romney Pollster: Ignore the ‘Sugar High’ of Democrat Convention (0bama pulling out of NC)
Posted on 09/10/2012 6:20:15 AM PDT by Perdogg
The Romney campaign just distributed this open memo from the campaigns in-house pollster, Neil Newhouse
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Obama will Definitely lose NC and IN. The rest are too close to call.
he doesn’t need NC. we do.
Chris Matthews eyeballs rapidly spinning counter-clockwise trying to see whether the expression “sugar-high” is racist.
I would argue that when campaign pulls out of state they have been caimpainging hard for, it gives a sign of weakness and can affect the race overall.
Agree. NC and Indiana are red this year.
All the other states are within 2-3 points. If you take into account the oversampling of Dems along with the higher expected turnout of Repubs, Romney wins every state.
The idea that this is over is laughable. At best Obama is up 5 in Gallup with registered voters and Axlrod threatening suit. I think you will see Rasmussen come back to show Obama up 2 points by week’s end.
And then it’s game on.
Let’s hope this guy is right. The Fraud in Chief is up to 50% now in the Rasmussen Daily Tracking Poll.
The polls are playing into our favor. Let them over sample Dems and show Obama up. It will cause a panic among our more complacent and among the independents. It will motivate ABO voters and lull the Obamabots into sleep.
The MSM’s strategy is to try an convince us that the Kenyan is surging in the polls, and its all over for Romney. This is pure left wing propaganda. We have to work hard. Between fighting the left wing media and Democrat cheating/voter fraud, we have a fight on our hands, but its a long way from over.
If Romney keeps hammering on the economy and “are you better off now...” he will win.
if 2012 turns into a battle over places like NC, we have already lost.
however, watching your enemy concede a state that he won last time has got to be a good sign.
Against all odds, Obama seems to be winning. The much vaunted Romney Bulldozer is nowhere to be seen. WTH?
Also added to the psych ops that started it all was the Politico article claiming people inside Romney’s camp admit to being down close to 10 points in Ohio.
Two states to go, and our long national nightmare is over.
That's obama's desperately needed clinton bounce. He wouldn't be at 50% without it. Clint said it best: Obama is the biggest fraud ever perpetrated on the American people. Half the country is still stuck on stupid. If he gets a second term they will be in for a rude awakening when it all comes crashing down. There will be no money to pay for their freebies. If obama gets in again - I'm dropping out of the work force early. I'm pushing 60 and I'll be damned if I'm going to continuing working my a$$ off for a bunch of deadbeats. Selling my house and heading south.
After reading the polls all weekend, I sent Romeny’s campaign an e-mail telling them to grow a backbone and attack Obama on the economy, gas prices and Obamacare and to stop saying Obama is a nice guy and call him the Marxist that he is.
No one should have to tell them to do that!
“it gives a sign of weakness and can affect the race overall.”
Agreed, especially since they tried so hard to win it. To pull out this early, right after your convention, speaks volumes about the Obama campaign’s ability to move independent voters.
Obama is counting on enough "ignorant" people to vote for him along with the one issue women...which is why Clinton is showing up. Like I said...the "ignorant"...
Our forefathers warned us about this....when ignorant voters outnumbered those who had a real interest....aka...the workers.
It's why we need the Senate in addition to the White House. It's all about getting to the voting booth.
Rasmussen has Obama up 5 this morning over Romney. Also Rasmussen shows Obama with a 52% approval rating, the most in a very long time. I think the Romney people are trying to defend their lackluster, miserably boring and ineffective campaign, but the real truth is Obama is winning and is on pace for re-election.
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