Skip to comments.NBC/WSJ: 0bama 50% Romney 45% (42% D / 37% R / 16% I)
Posted on 09/18/2012 5:35:23 PM PDT by GR_Jr.
Click link for internals of the poll.
(Excerpt) Read more at msnbcmedia.msn.com ...
This was before Romney started fighting back today. We’ll see if he keeps fighting, and if that changes things.
Without even looking I say this is beyond ridiculous.
According to 2010 models, this OVERSAMPLED Dems by nine?
Poll of 900 registered voters...
again, another poll with no breakdown on the independents choice....is this another left wing poll tactic- obozo has been getting crushed in the independent category the past three months so, “lets just leave that one out”...
The country (and our economy, and defenses, and alliances) .... are all going to Hell in a Handbasket.
How is it possible the election could even be close?
What do Romney and Ryan need to do .. to get media coverage? They seem to be frozen out, except if one of them sneezes then it gets covered as a” major campaign screw-up”
Using the proper voter demographics these numbers are reversed. Anything that NBC/WSJ produces should be treated with skepticism and a grain of salt.
NBC/WSJ was 16th out of 23 for accuracy in 2008.
Can you find more polls to post? Thanks!
I’m still waiting for that
O - 100 R - 0
Wonder if Rove is kicking himself.
the real mix 37R 33D 30I Translation = Romney 53 Obama 47
Polls schmolls. Here is the only question I’d like to see answered:
Why would anyone vote for four more years of Obamanomics?
I read by five.
How did you get nine?
Not saying you are incorrect, just wondering.
No matter how you look at the numbers, it’s bad for Obama. There was a 20+% over sample of registered voters vs. likely voters.
Turnout will win this election. It is time for the “broken glass” anti-Obama voters to emerge.
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