Skip to comments.Civitas Flash Poll: After RNC, Romney ahead
Posted on 09/10/2012 7:48:50 PM PDT by topfile
RALEIGH In the wake of the Republican National Convention, a Civitas Institute Flash Poll found that Republican candidate Mitt Romney took a 10 percentage-point lead over President Obama.
The Flash Poll of 500 registered North Carolina voters was taken Sept. 4-6 and had a margin of error of plus-minus 4.5 percent. Asked if the election for President were held today who they would vote for, 53 percent chose Romney and 43 percent chose Obama.
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Should tell you how accurate the Polls are really
Raz and Gallup should just poll the 23 unemployed million, and then we will get a better idea of who will win.
Rove told Hannity ( confirmed elsewhere) that Obama has given up on NC. He also said the Romney team told him they were tied and trending up in OH, that they were up in FL.
the more people that see 2016(Why Bozo Wants To Destroy America)we will see his numbers decline a point a week.
Any poll that is not restricted to “Likely Voters” is completely irrelevant. Less than 55% of eligible voters will actually vote this year. That means that roughly half of the people Gallup calls are skewing the results.
“Obama is Pulling out of North Carolina.”
How they ever considered that competitive beats me - 2008 was a freak election. Don’t be surprised to see him giving up on Virginia pretty soon. They have a lot to worry about in the Midwest now, and don’t have the luxury of trying to ‘expand the field’.
I'd be very surprised to see him give up on Virginia, where the Obama-enabling Democrat Virgil Goode is on the ballot...several idiots here are voting for him
Indeed, big round of applause where I saw the movie.
Democrat, then a Republican, and now a Constitutionist...wasted vote.
Slight correction. 55% of ADULTS usually vote not 55% of registered voters
Translation, Obama is TOAST.
Just heard that Mr. Obama is running ads in Minnesota & Washington. He has pulled out of North Carolina and Indiana.
He is in big trouble.