Skip to comments.Gallup: R51/045
Posted on 10/17/2012 10:06:03 AM PDT by tatown
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It was 50-46 yesterday, if that means anything.
How's that Mr. Axelrod? Care for another?
"Republican nominee Mitt Romney took his biggest lead yet in today's Gallup daily tracking poll, expanding his lead over President Barack Obama to an astounding 6 points among likely voters. "
Hopefully WE'RE the ones celebrating and crying like the idiot college students 4 years ago this time.
It doesn't, and it would be impossible - debate didn't end until 10:30PM Eastern - they certainly wouldn't be calling people at 11PM last night, and there is no way they'd be polling this morning and have the data processed and validated by 1PM.
We need to cut the head off the evil, smarmy snake and fire 0bama, Biden, Jarrett, Napolitano, Eric Holder, Sunstein, Holdren, Lisa Jackson, and the whole stinking lot!!
Better put some ice on it, Axelhead.
And Mr. Gallup may want to increase his security detail. In particular, don’t go for walks alone at night.
.....and then there is Rasmussen. Which one is right or is it a combination of the two?
I doubt if Romney’s number goes down below 50%, but Obama’s could go up as undecideds make up their mind.
The number of liberals in Chapel Hill that are actively talking about not voting as “a protest to BOTH parties” is growing daily.
Good point, thanks.
No candidate, in the history of Gallup, has ever been above 50% this late and lost.
Hell hath no fury like a freshly minted convert.
Game, set, match.
54% to 46% popular vote 330+ on the EC.
Just enjoy the poll number today.
Gaining more momentum Woo Hoo 51% and steam rolling ahead. Let’s Roll America!
No wonder zero looked so p.o.’d last night. They know they’re toast.
I believe it is a setup. Gallup for the first time gives Romney a sizable lead in the last pre-debate poll? Riiiight.
The same Gallup who selected the “independent” voters who asked questions last night, like the Code Pink lady. And notice so far two of the questioners have already came out and said they have now “decided” to vote for Obama.
Big setup folks and totally predictable. The next few days and the week will be a steady decline of Romney’s lead in the Gallup poll and the breathless narrative will be Obama is surging.
I think all the polls are off some, but look to Rasmussen for at least a decent read. He has the race within a couple points now and we will see what the true post debate swing is from him. My guess is it will be minimal.