Skip to comments.Ras Daily Presidential Tracking Poll (0-50 R-45 -9 Presidential Approval Index )
Posted on 09/10/2012 6:46:40 AM PDT by Perdogg
The Rasmussen Reports daily Presidential Tracking Poll for Monday shows President Obama attracting support from 50% of voters nationwide, while Mitt Romney earns 45% of the vote. Two percent (2%) prefer some other candidate, and three percent (3%) are undecided.
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50%!? Based on what?
Top of the bounce - I figured it would show up today. Just like Gallup, Barry’s numbers in this poll will erode over the next week.
The convention bounce? Idk
Even Carter got a nice bounce in the middle of his destruction of our economy.
They’re stoned on Hopium again.
Its been the same every week as well, early, has him up, then it steadily drops.
Was hoping to see it peak at 48-49. To the best of my recollection, this is a 3 point bounce over his highest Monday poll in the last month. He’s hit 47% twice on weekend polling.
Obama had two really good polling days right after the convention. Someone who has been tallying and calculating each day’s polling results can probably figure out the exact number.
Once those days fall off the three day rolling average, things will tighten up again.
Ah, yes...the “Dead rabbit” bounce.
50%!? Based on what?
Love of Big Brother, apparently.
I’m ready to give up on my fellow Americans. They want more of this cr*p?
Wow. I mean, how third-world, toilet bowl, depressing, degenerate, downward spiraling does it have to be for them to not like this guy?
If America today doesn’t suck in your opinion, you’re living for your next government check. That’s it.
Were people too busy listening to Lady Gaga or something on Friday and missed the definitive evidence that Obama’s economic plan is not working? And that he is not suggesting any other plan? They can’t all value cultural progressive issues over the economy. Or maybe “It’s the economy, and we are stupid”, after all. Sheeesh. HELLO ROMNEY RYAN! PLEASE DO SOMETHING WITH YOUR $$$. BY THE WAY - WHERE THE H&^% IS PAUL RYAN - WE MIDWESTERN-ERS REALLY LIKE HIM. ;(
The reality is that as of right NOW, obama is winning.
Plenty of time to undo that. But it sure is sickening in the interim....I am also haunted by 1992 when Clinton never came down after his convention. Yes Perot helped him, but he led after the convention and never came down. In my recollection.
A rotted dead skunk ought to out-poll any President who presided over this economy.
Worse, Obummer has a 52% approval rating now. His best in a very long time.
The only good news is that perhaps the R/R folks will realize sooner rather than later just how awful and ineffective their campaign has been so far.
To date at least, this is like watching a replay of 2008 - and the results will be the same (only with a somewhat closer margin).
Its time for Romney/Ryan to start firing on all cylinders with the political ads. These vanilla feel-good ads are not going to cut it. We need to get aggressive, use all the ammo we have.
Gallup today has it O 50 R 44 (O+6).
If it stays this way through the week, then we are screwed. It means the serial rapist/liar convinced a good chunk of this country that the economy really (even after 4 years and 6 trillion spent) is not Zero’s fault.
But I predict Obama will be up around 2 in both Ras and Gallup on Friday.
Convention bounce. Expected and transitory.
Romney needs to take a play out of the DemocRAT playbook and sue Rasmussen. It seems to work.
This election will come down to the debates. It is absolutely necessary for Romney to expose Obama as a vapid fraud off the teleprompter, expose his record and convince the muddled middle that he should be President. If Romney can’t do it,he simply won’t be elected and the country will suffer greatly under a second Obama term.
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