Skip to comments.ARG State Polls: NH R 50 O 46; FL R 49 O 46
Posted on 10/12/2012 8:21:37 AM PDT by nhwingut
Click on each state for survey details. Totals may not add up to 100% because of rounding.
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Thats an interesting swing, but considering the economy, the electorate may be more like 2004.
Rand Paul is coming to NH to campaign for RR.
On Background, Ohio usually shows heavy totals for the Democrats who vote early or by absentee, While the Republicans vote in mass on election day. If only election day was counted in 2008 John McCain would have won the state.
The Democrat numbers are way down from total in 2008. They may be ahead but they are way behind because the Republicans have increased their numbers throughout all the state counties. Knowing that Repbulicans come out to vote on election day, this spells trouble for Obozo.
So, Republican enthusiasm is very important and the word from my friends and family on the ground there is that Ohio has very few Obozo signs and stickers on the cars. Romney signage is popping up in the Northeastern Ohio area and IN MY OLD County, Summit, the Romney campaign is all out of signage and they are saying it's like that all over. The carpet bombing of ads is beginning throughout the state for Romney and my mother was telling me they're devastating for Obozo.
Who's "Glove"? Do you mean Romney-Ryan?
Sorry... I was up way too late again last night. I'm a bit slow today... ;-)
Yes, “Glove” = Mittens. :)
Credit to Impy for thinking it up.
if obambi loses VA OH NH, he can only get to 268. So NH is key.
if obambi Wins OH, he needs 15 more from:
i think this is correct.
We just need to keep an eye on the polls as we get nearer to election day. I know they are becoming more accurate, but I still am nervous about voter fraud. Romney needs a good sized lead to overcome this.
I am in King County in Washington State and I am seeing NOTHING for Obama at all. Not saying Obama won’t win here, just noting what a big difference it is from 2008.
I'm guessing Obama was perceived to be be the more libertarian choice over GWB. Four years of Leftist reality have made Romney look like the more libertarian option, this time.
Young voters are especially vulnerable to Leftist deception - they naturally lean libertarian and are easily scared into thinking the big, bad social conservatives are coming to take away their birthdays. The Democrats are experts at playing libertarian - while presiding over the most suffocating expansion of government power in the history of the free world. It would be so easy to head off such stupidity, but the RNC never seems to have any kind of successful outreach to college-age voters. The attitude seems to be "They'll learn, eventually."
Obama is having an effect on individual races within Illinois as well:
Illinois is zombie-like in its approach to politics, yet here we are with six GOPers all of them on the TEA Party side of the aisle very competitive.
Keep in mind that this is after Madigan created a no-lose Democrat district map.
Sure would be nice if Christie could help deliver NJ for Mitt.
Or even in DE.
My prediction from a couple of month ago was CA, HI, IL, DC, MD, DE, and perhaps PA since the voter ID law was delayed.
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