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.
If Romney picks up Ohio & FL, it’s over
The trend is excellent; however, the numbers are still within the margin of fraud.
Watch the main stream media go all Benghazi on us.
If Romney picks up Ohio & FL, its over .. nope, forgot about the other 57 states...
10/3 - 10/5 1500 LV 3.0 +3 D Obama 45.0 Romney 51.0 Romney +6 Lead
Thanks. I was worried about Josh Mandel. Last I heard he was way behind Brown. Excellent news from Ohio.
Peaking at the right time a few weeks before the election ?
I just got a preview of the jobs report for October which will be released on November 2nd, and only three people in the entire USA are unemployed; obama, biden and holder.
Nice to see the slim lead for Romney, but I really like seeing the Mandel numbers.
If Akin can’t pull MO out, we really need a back up win like OH.
With Mandel and Romney both with leads, they will win.
Ticket splitting requires effort. Fear of screwing up and voting for both trumps ticket splitting
Second, while OH definitely isn't the rest of the USA, I have to think that ALL polls still are undercounting Rs slightly---EVEN RAS.
And Virginia/Colorado, in which case is its not over, it is just the beginning of morning again in America as we begin the long hard and worthwhile trek to restore the nation's path to prosperity and opportunity for all.
Colo. is only 9 electoral votes.
And when I said it’s over, I just meant the election.
Obviously, there’s A LOT of work to do.
CT has public financing ... my team here succeeded to get 2 state rep candidates qualified and financed ... a minor victory, we’ll take it. The 744-744 tie in the DEM primary featuring a Am Fed Teachers VP commie ... we won the new election by 150 votes ... commie loses!
Should we keep going or is it break time yet?
I was called as a part of this poll. It was a robot call with no live person on the other end. They think I’m a 29 year old black woman who favors Romney and Mandel. I’m sure that raised a few eyebrows.
I have been following your stats on OH and I appreciate all of your efforts! Do you have ANY idea how things are going in MI? It sure is quiet here and I thought we were a goner until I saw last night that Ryan is coming to Rochester, MI. My son and I plan on going! Any thoughts??
So, you want to do it the hard way ?
If Romney wins expected states (including MO, NC) and picks up FL, VA, and OH, that only is only 266 EVs. While NH would provide 4 needed to clinch at 270 I think CO is more likely to go for Romney than NH if the popular vote is close. Romney could still lose a close election, tie, barely win, or go as high as about 300 EVs. The east coast states will provide an early indication as to whether it will be close or decisive.
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.