Skip to comments.Poll: Romney Near Landslide In Rural Swing [Battleground State] Counties
Posted on 10/15/2012 9:28:55 PM PDT by Arthurio
October 15, 2012
As Mitt Romney and President Obama get ready for their second debate, a new bipartisan survey shows a surge for Romney in a key voter group following their first debate Oct. 3.
The random cell phone and landline poll of 600 likely rural voters in nine battleground states Oct. 9-11 has Romney at 59 percent among the survey's respondents. Obama's support is now down to 37 percent among rural battleground voters, a plunge of 10 percent from the actual rural vote in those states four years ago.
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Good news, and from NPR nonetheless!
When Big Bird says its a Tsunami you know its getting bad for the loser.
Pray for America
Those bitter rural folks just won’t give up their religion or guns. Maybe there’s hope yet we can defeat communist dictators.
He made no connection in 3+ years, no effort, no understanding, no common ground. Denigrated us and disrepected our values and worth.
Payback time. Straight up.
Sure would be sweet for the “bitter clingers” to provide the winning margin that sends the Kenyan into retirement.
Straight Up you D@mn right. Get Some Barry!
Lessee, who was saying a month ago to watch the NW OH county absentees for the direction of this election? Freepers LdSentinal, plushaye, Ravi, . . . .
See above post— forgot to ping.
I guess the rural people who weren’t racists four years ago have become racists again. /sarcasm