Skip to comments.Poll Watch: Romney Leads in Ohio (Romney 48.0%, Obama 47.3%)
Posted on 10/07/2012 4:16:31 AM PDT by BarnacleCenturion
Wenzel Strategies Ohio Presidential Matchup
Survey of 1,072 likely voters was conducted Oct 4-5 and has a margin of error of ±2.96% at a 0.50 proportion.
No info on MI yet.
Mandel up 4. Wow!
Break time? A month before the election?
I think it’s more likely than not that the Senate and POTUS race in Ohio will go the same way. I don’t see much reason for ticket splitting.
why do I get the sense that this is not the site for peeples who are involved in politics at the local level? Most Freepers are pundits, not activists. Or else they hide it well.
So if we decided that it is break time, who would notice?
Yeah I’m a pundit.
I know Bill and Phil are active on the local campaign circuit though.
Other polls show Obama running no better than even in Ohio now. It’s encouraging news.
Bill & Phil:
how be the local circuit, referred to by the above ref imp>?
ours is busy this year.
I live near Mundelein. In that town, I’ve seen about the same number of Romney & Obama signs. I’m a paid canvasser, for Rep. Dold’s campaign, so I ask voters which presidential candidate they prefer. In my precinct, about a third say Obama, about a third say Romney, and about a third say undecided.
i haven’t done any doors since AUG.
trying to organize an event for each of 6 state rep candidates scattered around central CT. More interesting than the Congress stuff. In my opinion. Lotsa new people interested this year.
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