Skip to comments.Ohio poll: Romney leads 51-48 among those certain to vote
Posted on 10/05/2012 7:44:30 AM PDT by tatown
The first post-presidential debate poll in critical Ohio shows that Mitt Romney blunted President Obama's momentum with his winning performance and is now leading the president among Ohioans who say that they are "certain" to vote.
Overall, the race is deadlocked with Obama over Romney 50 percent to 49 percent, according to the poll taken Thursday night.
But among the stunning 92 percent of all voters in the state who say they are certain to go to the polls on Election Day, Romney leads 51 percent to 48 percent. And among the 83 percent who have already made up their minds how they will vote, Romney is ahead 52 percent to 48 percent.
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I think the Marxists have a problem. How do they get ugly with everybody watching and suspecting every accusation is trumped up. tossed out there or a trial balloon?
Romney badly needs Ohio, Florida and Virginia. If he steals Wisconsin and some of those normally dimwit states, he can pull this off. But, I still believe he needs more than a 3 or 4 electorial or a 50.1 to 49.9% vote. Then the riots would begin and the dear leader would declare martial law and off to the races banning the courts, etc. and all law would be under him and the feds.
That’s exactly it!
We’ve finally reached the point where the pollsters have to quit propagandizing and start showing the true numbers. What we are seeing now is close to what was always the case. Considering the Bradley Effect, Romney numbers are likely even better than what the polls will ever show.
From your keyboard, to God's monitor.
Yes and we won’t see the full results of the debate until early next week :)
If that car is continually breaking down on your commute to work, your trips to the store or the local government cheese warehouse and is always in the garage because it cannot do ANY of the little things a good car does, then it is time to trade it in for the Romneymobile: looks good, runs good and kicks ass and takes names.
You're just seeing the beginning of an upward trend for Romney. Give it some time, and I think the gap will widen in Romney's favor...
I do notice Obama keeps campaigning in Ohio and Wisconsin,,,seems to me they are very much in play.
Uh, uh, Jim you may want to move on to another topic... -Hussein Obammy (Debate #1)
I find all the information about voter registrations in Ohio encouraging. Not because it necessarily shows some turnout advantage for Pubbies, though that would seem to be the case; but, because it indicates that lots of dead people and other fictitious registrations have been expunged. This reduces the opportunities for fraud by locally managed precincts where workers fill-in ballots en masse (read: urban areas). I think the Philly fraud may also be reduced this time.
Further, Obama meltdown in Debate I has to be demoralizing as hell to the low-intensity obama voters. The "certain" obama voters may not be all that certain on a cold gray day in November.
The Ras poll released tomorrow (Sun) morning will be his first one that will be all post debate.
Good deal, thanks.
Some are.But most are on government checks.Not that that's different from crack.