Skip to comments.Election 2012: Missouri President Missouri: Romney 48%, Obama 45%
Posted on 09/13/2012 10:27:24 AM PDT by WILLIALAL
Mitt Romney has edged back into the lead in Missouri.
A new Rasmussen Reports telephone survey finds that Romney earns the support of 48% of Likely Missouri Voters, while President Obama picks up 45% of the vote. Four percent (4%) like another candidate in the race, and three percent (3%) are undecided.
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Now wise up and dump McCaskill!
I'm sure Todd Akin can win. /s
I bet this is all movement in the GOP base. In his last MO poll 0bama numbers did not change but the GOP base in MO was fractured because of how the GOPE responded to Akin.
It seems the DNC reminded MO Republicans just how bad 0bama is.
We’ will see.
Saving your post in my book marks. Just for fun of course.
The overall daily tracking now has Romney ahead 47-46. The bounce is gone.
Didn’t McCain win MO with a pretty wide margin, though?
What tracking poll?
No, McCain won, but by a very narrow margin.
Romney is now ahead in Rasmussen’s daily tracking poll
“Didnt McCain win MO with a pretty wide margin, though?’
No he won by less than 1% pt.
oh duh, Rasmussen. lol
okay, thanks. I have to be thinking of another state.
0.1%, to be exact... 49.4-49.3, with a difference of less than 4,000 votes.
Well dang, it was close.
It’s amazing how few comments these threads get that have positive poll news for Romney, vs the ones that show Obama ahead. Makes me wonder what this site has become...
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