Skip to comments.Romney Surging in PA (O 47 R 45)
Posted on 10/08/2012 3:51:52 PM PDT by NoobRep
The Susquehanna Poll (from the Susquehanna Polling and Research folks ) have just released their post-debate poll of Pennsylvania.
Bottom line: Romney is suddenly surging, with Obama leading by a mere two points -- which is to say a "virtual dead heat."
Concludes the poll: There is (my emphasis) "clear evidence the debates have helped solidify the Keystone State as a tossup election in November and one well within Romney's reach."
(Excerpt) Read more at spectator.org ...
Then there’s this:
Pew: Romney Leads By 4 In Post-Debate Survey
Subject is wrong, it’s 47-45.
And Gary Johnson is getting 3%. I heard a radio ad for him last week. I don’t think I’ve heard a Romney or Obama ad yet.
Mods can you fix headline its 47-45
Johnson will be lucky to get 0.5% of the vote in PA. Most of the Libertarians will either wise up and vote for Romney or stay at home and smoke their weed.
Would LOVE to see an analysis of the absentees in PA like we have for OH, NC, and FL. Anyone? Anyone? Bueller?
How is it that President Otard has any support anywhere?
Woa..great news. Pew was tied or right behind Rasmussen as most accurate pollster in the 2008 election.
Public school system and a corrupt national media.
Since the debate, Romney signs have sprung up in the York suburban area like wild flowers. Quite a few empty chairs, too. I think that if Mitt continues taking it to the slimeball, PA could go Repub,
False Flag. Romney, don’t spend a dollar in Pennsylvania. Your heart will just be broken.
At least all voters in Pennsylvania are not fooled by Oboomo
The mother of all meltdowns. its coming. 29 days left.
Same here in Chester County. I picked up a couple of yard signs at a local town festival a week ago and people were actually cheering when I walked back to my car with them. We’ve got momo.
Even a false flag can be a good investment, although PA doesn't quite make my list. I'd like to see Romney campaign and advertise heavily in every toss up state (CO, FL, IA, MO, NC, NH, NV, OH, VA, and WI), even where he is leading slightly, plus in the "Likely Obama" states of MN, NM, OR, and WA. Throw in the "Safe Obama" states with a competitive Senate race, and we've got a good campaign with a potential big payout, one where Obama also has to split his resources.
I had to put out a chair.
Here in Central NYState, the GOP office has a total of zero Romney&Ryan signs remaining. They went like hotcakes as soon as they came in. My lawn has a couple other GOP signs plus a chair on it instead.