Skip to comments.Gravis Poll - Colorado (Romney 49%, Obama 45%)
Posted on 10/06/2012 1:30:05 PM PDT by TexasFreeper2009
45.5%. What happened? In terms of the numbers, Obama saw a decrease of 4.4% among Verylikely Obama voters, an increase of 1.2% among Likely Obama voters, and a 1.1% decreasein Somewhat likely voters. On the other side, Romney saw a 0.2% decline in Very likelyRomney voters, a 1.3% increase among Somewhat likely Romney voters and a 2.7% increaseamong Likely Romney voters. Overall, it looks as if the debate shifted voters more away fromthe very likely category towards center. Interestingly, the percentage of Undecided wentfrom 4.3% to 4.8%.
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Romney way ahead in Colorado now!
Saw someone refer to the situation as “Obama fatigue.”
Same hype and change. Same stories. Same no ideas and blame game. More voters see of Obama the less they like him.
Will be interesting to see if other Dem candidates begin to distance themselves from The One.
Sample is not like most of the other polls. 40% of “other”. 32 GOP and 28 DEM. Are DEMS scared off of identifying as such after the debate? Would be a good exit poll for GOP though.
i was stationed in Colorado Springs for three years in the early 70’s.
In the army. one of the most beautiful places in America.
really can’t understand how these wonderful places can be desecrated by the obamanation.
a skid mark on the underwear of life.
Father, may the glory be all Yours and may You continue to make the poll numbers stay steady! Thank You Jesus....YOU ARE OUR ONLY SOURCE!!
The only place Bozo is doing well is Denver County. The rest of the state seems to be awake.
This poll has a +/- of nearly 3%. Those tenths of a percent changes are meaningless. They are possibly real but also are probably normal statistical variations due to having 1438 people represent the choices of the whole state.
The 0.2% decline in Very likely Romney voters, for example, is too small to mean anything. I’m surprised they even mentioned it.
The up or down changes of several percent, however, are probably real.
Looking good! Thanks for the ping.
If Romney can nail down either NV, WI, IA, or NH, we can put this in the icebox.
The lack of Obama Yard Signs is really telling in Colorado.
Will Romney win Indiana? I was surprised to see it fold to Obama in 2008.
IND has been in the R bag for six months.
I think Romney will win WI and NV.
I was in Philadelphia and across the river in New Jersy this week. I saw ZERO Obama bumper stickers or signs. I was in 2 different facilities - both union - and was surprised at what I was hearing. The union guys in Philly and Jersey have turned against the “great one”. They found out I was from Oklahoma and wanted to know if Oklahoma was going to pitch a shutout against Obama again this year (Obama did not win one county in Oklahoma in 2008). They said they are working on that in their states. People have seen the light.....red
“The rest of the state seems to be awake.”
For what it’s worth, I’ve not seen a single Obama sign in the City of Boulder during my visits the last few weeks. I’ve seen only one Obama sign and two Obama bumper stickers in all of Boulder County. Seen only two Romney signs.
Clearly a lack of enthusiasm for “The One” in Boulder County, the second most “progressive” county after Denver County. This contrasts with insane enthusiasm for “The Messiah” four years ago. People have either turned on Zero or are ashamed that they still support him. Either way, I think this bodes badly for his carrying Colorado in 2012.
“The lack of Obama Yard Signs is really telling in Colorado.”
For what its worth, Ive not seen a single Obama yard sign in the City of Boulder during my visits the last few weeks. Ive seen only one Obama yard sign and two Obama bumper stickers in all of Boulder County. Seen only two Romney signs.
Clearly a lack of enthusiasm for The One in Boulder County, the second most progressive county after Denver County. This contrasts with insane enthusiasm for The Messiah four years ago. People have either turned on Zero here or are ashamed that they still support him. Either way, I think this bodes badly for his carrying Colorado in 2012.
F. Chuck Todd on MTP this morning showed statistics that the young, blacks and hispanics have much, much lower enthusiasm than in 2008. And how that would be a huge problem for Obama since that defines his base.
You could just see the other libs in the room want to demand compulsory voting.
The Dems are going to go door to door and try and drag every corpse they can find to the polls to vote over the next month. It is going to get ugly.
good news! hopefully he starts to pull away in some of the others, after the debate finally the sheeple may be starting to catch on.
“The Dems are going to go door to door and try and drag every corpse they can find to the polls to vote over the next month. It is going to get ugly”
Agree...well some they can’t as they are allready dead....yeah ugly may not best describe it.
No wonder Thomas Jefferson once said major cities are “bane”. One disease that can’t be cured it seems is Liberalism.....god help us.
okay that’s good to hear.
I was in C-Springs last weekend for my USAFA reunion...other than the Obama headquarters in the Springs, I saw exactly 1 Obama/Biden bumper sticker...On the other hand, Mitt stuff was everywhere, signs along I-25, bumper stickers on many cars....The Springs is a big military community and is Republican, so a strong turnout there for Mitt is a must. I feel good about Colorado....my home state of Jersey is a different story, but even here enthusiasm is way down, although Obama will win Jersey, just not by as much...
California and (Old) Mexico would be my guess.
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