Skip to comments.VA Poll: Romney Leads 49-44, Gains 9 Points On Obama
Posted on 09/11/2012 5:07:41 PM PDT by tsowellfan
A new Gravis Marketing Poll of likely voters in the key swing state of Virginia released on Tuesday found Mitt Romney with a 5-point (49% to 44%) lead over President Barack Obama. The same poll in August had Obama leading Romney by four points (44% to 40%) in Virginia...
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I guess Gravis can expect a visit from the IRS at any moment. You don’t dis hussein without repercussions.
Please God, make Obama lose.
Now Romney just has to win Ohio and Florida and Obama’s DONE.
I’m concerned about this....
It would be nice if I could trust this poll.
I wish Romney would end up with an insurmountable lead in Virginia. Because then I wouldn’t have to watch political commercials anymore.
Polls will fluctuate a bunch between now and election day, but it’s nice to see them trending back Romney’s way.
Speaking of polls and election day, in 1980 Jimmy Carter appeared to be way ahead of Ronald Reagan, at least in the polls. Yet Reagan won in a landslide. Can someone, anyone, please tell me how Obama differs from Carter? Both Presidents presided over long-term economic stagnation (something Americans won’t put up with). Carter was soundly defeated-—so why won’t the same happen to Obama?
My opinion is he’ll be defeated, and by a decent margin. The ONLY real difference between Obama and Carter is the color of their skin, and I just can’t believe Americans will vote for more misery just to assuage any fear of being called racist. (After all, didn’t they do that in ‘08? Look where it’s gotten us.)
Virginia will be a 10 point Romney win, and Obama’s people know it. Sure, Arlington is all Obama and big government, there are a HUGE amount of people downstate, as they are as conservative as they come anywhere in this country. They will dominate, as they almost always do (with the messed up exception of 2008).
I know what you mean. There's been a lot of flashback posts recently showing former candidates from Massachuetts (ie Dukakus & John Kerry) ahead yet in the end they lost.
Over 2000 likely voters surveyed Sept 8-9 - good sample size for a state vote, likely voters - looks pretty reliable.....