Skip to comments.Daily Presidential Tracking Poll R-49%, O-47%
Posted on 10/14/2012 6:36:39 AM PDT by tatown
The Rasmussen Reports daily Presidential Tracking Poll for Sunday shows Mitt Romney attracting support from 49% of voters nationwide, while President Obama earns the vote from 47%. Two percent (2%) prefer some other candidate, and another two percent (2%) are undecided. See daily tracking history.
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Do you understand how these polls are weighted?
I think there may be a combo effect. Those that were happy to show They Weren’t Racist by voting in Zero in ‘08 are kind of embarrassed to admit that their black president has failed and they aren’t voting for him. I do believe a number of “undecided” voters are not being honest, and I doubt any will vote for Obama.
Behghazi gate starting to show in Obama's approval.
Obama approval at 48/51. That is down From 50/49 yesterday.
They are covering up the CIA involvement in the consulate.
If those two SEALs were “contractors?” What were they doing.
My guess is that the Ambassador was there for a “meeting” and the muzzles targeted him. The rest of the guys just happened to be working next door.
So, in order to come clean, someone needs to explain why all of these guys were there. And that ain’t gonna happen.
This is Gary Powers, 21st Century style.
Two spooks and a bodyguard? Agreed. I think the MB was supposed to “kidnap” Smith but he accidentally got himself expired by staying in a smoke filled “safe” house until dying of smoke inahlation. The October Surprise backfired...just like Carter.
I thik 53 to 47 sounds just about right.
Intrade still has Obama at 61.7% chance of winning as at this posting time.
got to love it when Fox is asking the likes of Axelrod and Alan Colmes about the Romney Surge! “uhm, ah, polls are all over the place.”
“I still cannot understand why the clown continues at 65-70% on Intrade”
Actually Obama is down to 60%, his lowest showing since August.
Great oppty to buy Romney, he’ a rising stock. It should be flipped. Romney is the 60/40 favorite to win based on polls right now.
People have been warning about that forever. The fact that it hasn’t happened yet means people will treat that like Chicken Little. It’s something they’ll have to learn the hard way.
I think Romney’s best bet is to go after the Obama record on foreign policy. Especially Libya. Make Obama either take responsibility for it or throw Hillary under the bus and watch that feud explode.
Also, I’d make sure to remind everyone that the embassy in Barbados had more protection than the embassy in Benghazi despite the Ambassador’s written requests.