Skip to comments.ARG Iowa Poll: R 48% 0 48%
Posted on 10/15/2012 9:30:00 AM PDT by Arthurio
ARG Iowa Poll: R 48% 0 48%
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The Party ID is D +1 (Dem 35, Rep 34, Ind 31) versus D +1 (Dem 34, Rep 33, Ind 33) in 2008 and R +2 (Dem 34, Rep 36, Ind 30) in 2004.
Wonder what the 4% undecideds are thinking?
Who do undecideds traditionally break for?
This just gets better and better. First, Zero just cannot get to 50 anywhere. Second, you HAVE to know that a majority, perhaps a large majority, of “undecided” voters will go for Romney on election day.
The undecideds break for the challenger, perhaps 2:1. These numbers, especially considering the D+1, are very encouraging.
2/3rds go to the challenger.
They like their ethanol subsidies
O’Bumbler is sweating it out. He is trying desperately to set up speaking engagements for February in order to pay the new mortgage and plane fair needed to keep Moochelle happy.
How can 48% of anything even remotely near the Midwest be for Obama?
What is wrong with people?
I cannot believe anyone falls for his lies.
McCain states + NC, IN, VA, FL, OH, and IA is enough to win the election.
I wouldn’t want it to be that close though, I want to see Romney break 300 EV.
Take Iowa, Colorado and Nevada and we don’t need Ohio.
Any political analyst will tell you that a sitting president under 50% in a two way race is in big trouble, because undecideds break for the challenger.
Thanks for providing the essential party ID info clearly right up front. Your comment should be the template for the first comment on every poll posted.
Iowa may get ethanol subsidies, but I wonder how the tax code is influencing their party affiliations with their new found increases in pricing?
Iowa now has more registered Republicans than Democrats.
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