Skip to comments.President Barack Obama holds 30-point lead over Republican Mitt Romney in Massachusetts, poll finds
Posted on 10/08/2012 1:38:59 PM PDT by matt04
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The way this was reported was that “Obama increases lead in MA” in my local Springfield paper. of course this makes no sense as their man was just obliterated in the debate. I think the poll was done at WNEC (local college) and the data is probably old and irrelevant.
Those ads are for New Hampshire.
I am a realist, I worry too and will continue to worry until this nightmare over, but I do believe Romney is going to win.
Romney is going to win....
Which are your top 5 Moonbattiest towns in MA?
NO MASS, NO MASS. ROMNEY WINS BY A TKO.
This is pre-debate. I know Massachusetts in the capital of moonbattery, but Obama will not win by 30 on November 6. Probably more like half that. election.
IIRC, MA was the only state won by George McGovern.
Then why are there WAY less ads on WMUR,WPXG and WBIN? And NO ads during the NH Newscasts?
I don’t believe it. I spend considerable time in both SE Mass and the Berkshires, I see very few Zero signs. In fact I see very few yard signs at all. Though I don’t doubt Zero will win, the number cited for those supporting Lieawatha really show me how bogus the numbers are. I think Scott Brown will win. The Senate race and the chance to vote against Kennedy spawn are the real reason to go to the poll, for me.
My top 5 moonbat towns: North Hampton, Provincetown, Cambridge, Newton and Somerville... the real people live in towns like Dracut, Leominster, Hopkington will vote for Mitt and Scott ... there are more towns that will come in for the Republicans, but the Liberal towns are overwhelmingly so.
I agree, it doesn’t pass the smell test. Dem Presidential candidates in MA max out in the 59-62% range. Gore got 59.8% in 2000, Zero got 61.8% in 2008... even Kerry only got 1/10th of a point higher than Zero... 61.9% in 2004. Zero will not get higher than what he got in ‘08. At best, he might get somewhere in the 55-58% range. In fact, if he gets 55%, that means Willard will win nationally. Willard will probably get to the low 40s in MA, which will be the highest % for a Republican since GHW Bush in 1988 (when Dukakis won by a paltry 53-45%).
And MA has a 3rd generation Kennedy running for Barney Frank’s seat.
“I agree, it doesnt pass the smell test.”
I can see the Glovemeister getting into the low 40’s and that will be an idicator for the rest the nation.
Check out my post 65. They surveyed only 57 self-described Republicans. This survey was primarily about Scott Brown, however the results would tend to indicate problems for Obama even in Massachusetts.
It must be really depressing to live there.
Martha's Vineyard (OK, technically not a town), Brookline, Newton, Cambridge, Northampton
If MA and/or CT are (relatively) close, then Team Glove will win states like WI, MI and possibly PA by wide enough margins that even Uncle Joe's very own vote counters would't be able to pull out.
Yup. And the cities. The EBT crowd is locked in.
The link brings upa blank page.
Probably an Internet fluke. Still, such ridiculous numbers make one wonder.
Romney was elected Governor after all so a very different circumstance. And remember, Massachusetts is/was Kennedy territory.
Mine would have to be: Cambridge, Amherst, Provincetown, Lowell and Northamton.
Which are your top 5 Moonbattiest towns in MA?
Martha’s Vineyard (OK, technically not a town), Brookline, Newton, Cambridge, Northampton
I grew up in Newton which is an upper middle class to wealthy city. I think there must be something in the tap water.
this is LITERALLY right out of campaign managment school.
find a trend ANY TREND where you candidate leads and promote it as momentum.
in this case left leaning mass and show an overwhelming lead to imply an inevitability trend.
now it is all GOTV. we have to email. we have to talk. order absentee ballots. Help people vote against obama.
I wish I knew how to link radio commercials.
Obama’s recent radio commercial was basically saying vote obama to protect homosexual marriage, repeal of DADT, abortion/birthcontrol, AND PREVENT romney supported federal marriage amendment (and even states he does not support civil unions.)
all i could think was “this is supposed to help obama?”
You can see the whole list (copied from boston.com) here.
Is that the “Tea Party extremist commercial?” My kids and I say, “Sounds good to me.”
Breaking news! Homos don’t vote Republican!
New Hampshire. They need to win NH. The election could be close and those EVs could matter. The Boston market reaches into NH. Radio ads for Romney running on Bos. stations:
“Things are really looking up for Obama here in New
Hampshire. Things like, unemployment. Gas prices...”
It’s to reach NH
Or should I say, “Thanks to Obama, things are really looking up here in NH” is how the GOP ad phrases it (Gas prices.
I work for post office and see Brown, Romney bumper stickers on cars in lot....Big Tisei sign nearby.
On the North Shore “if signs could vote” it’s Tisei all the way at least in some places like N Reading, Lynnfield,
Beverly, etc—fairly well to do towns but Gloucester and Rockport were Tierney/Obama/Warren to the max. Some cities like Lynn will probably go heavily Dem. Last time Hudak
who ran against Tierney had tons of signs..gave him a challenge but still lost. Tierney got signs up late
and people tended to ignore the Tierney/Eremian Crime
Labor etc. (teachers and so forth) go Dem but who knows.
And the “(non)-working family” vote (EBT cards)
Could 3rd party Libertarian candidate swing race to Tierney? Salem News:
>>However, Fishman is getting some push-back from conservatives who view his candidacy as a threat to Tisei. Both are socially liberal and fiscally conservative, and conventional wisdom for many suggests that Fishman stands to do more harm to Tisei than to his Democratic opponent.
I dont know who would support Tierney at this point; I guess its union people, and I cant imagine any of them supporting Fishman, said Barbara Anderson, executive director of Citizens for Limited Taxation, a conservative group based in Marblehead.
Although Anderson counts herself as a Libertarian, she wishes Fishman had stayed out of the race.
And he will probably win it. Mass. loves the old bootlegger whoremongers progeny.