Skip to comments.Election 2012: New Hampshire President New Hampshire: Romney 48%, Obama 45%
Posted on 09/19/2012 7:36:33 AM PDT by ScottinVA
Mitt Romney has now taken the lead in the swing state of New Hampshire.
The latest Rasmussen Reports telephone survey of Likely Voters in New Hampshire shows Romney with 48% support to President Obamas 45%. Four percent (4%) prefer some other candidate, and three percent (3%) are undecided. (To see survey question wording, click here.)
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Panicky Petes take note. Just like cooler heads have been saying - Romney is picking off Obama 2008 states one at a time...
If this election is “tight as a tick” (h/t Dan Rather), even 4 EVs can be huge. NH used to be a dependable red in a sea of blue but they’ve taken in so many Massholes that this isn’t the case anymore.
Making headway in New Hampshire makes you wonder where else Romney could be gaining momentum. Of course, veteran New Hampshirites will probably also remember Romney’s governor days of a neighboring state.
Guess all the people in Massachusetts that liked Romney moved to New Hampshire.
NC - 15 EVs
NH - 5 EVs
CO - 10 EVs
Indiana is back. NC is back. NH is back. CO is back. WI, FL, OH on the way
Huge news. This portends good things to come. And makes me suspicious of a poll out for MA the past couple days showing Romney down approximately 30 there. How can Øbama be up 30 in MA, losing in NH, and only up single digits in CT?
I believe Romney also has a vacation home on Lake Winnepesaukie.
Virginia is on the way...
Obama wants to destroy the USA and mold it into his vision of a Marxist/Islamic Utopia. He would rather dismatle us slowly, so they can loot us on the way down. But I have no doubt he would be just as satisfied to do it in one big fireball.
If Romney gets WI,NV,IA he doesn’t need either OH or VA.
And Obama may have fired his best shot early with the Mother Jones hit tape.
I think that was an Univ. poll. I tend to not to trust polls out of universities. These are taken by polisci majors and the ones I knew just made up the numbers instead of calling people. Seriously.
I think they needed to fire that 47 % shot earlier than desired due to the ME turmoil and bad polls
Steady as she goes...
Romney/Ryan completely rested and fresh for the big push starting Oct 1st. Obama is still running around trying to raise money, preparing for debates (while surrogates play down performance mind you), having to now suddenly take part in security briefings and at least a cursory appearance of doing his job, and having to come to “safe” 2008 States like WI, IA, and others.
Barry is going to make a lot of mistakes in October...it takes energy to keep up his false front and he’s going to look very small by the end of the month.
The Ryan gets unleashed after finally getting the MSM coverage he deserves during the debates.
The polls can be nerve racking at time, but I still believe when all is said and done its a landslide.
If God forbid Obama wins at least us conservatives can prepare for a future none of his sheep ever realized was coming.
Great news. It will be interesting to see where “the chair” goes to campaign from here on out. I think you will see him more and more in blue states tht he won in 2008.
Not to sound optimistic, but I think that there will be a huge shaft away from the chair about 10-14 days to the election and we may see a huge blowout. That there will be several blue states that will fall to Romney. Given the condition of the ecomony and the failure in foreign policy that is happening right now, I don’t see the majority of people wanting to give “ the chair” and Bite-me another 4-years.
So, Romney leads in NH, NC, and CO.
VA, OH, and FL will follow.