Skip to comments.Romney leads by 1 point in Iowa and New Hampshire
Posted on 10/20/2012 8:10:11 AM PDT by HereInTheHeartland
"PPP's newest polls in Iowa and New Hampshire find Mitt Romney leading Barack Obama 49-48 in both states. That represents a big decline for Obama compared to last month. Obama had previously led 51-44 in Iowa and 51-43.5 in New Hampshire on polls conducted the final week of September."
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The media are busting at the seams trying to hold back the Romney Tide. Their arsenal is mainly composed of disinformation and outright omissive lies. They do not, however, forestall the seething anger of this electorate.
Things are looking bad for the bisexual muslim socialist and the angry sasquatch.
WI is not too far behind.
This election is over.
Watched that last night. It is a MUST WATCH for every American and definitely needs to be CIRCULATED!
Obama would be presented with five states in which to lose, Pennsylvania Michigan, Ohio, Wisconsin and Nevada. There are already polls showing Romney ahead in Pennsylvania and Ohio.
17 days to go and Romney is surging at the right time.... And Obama flailing with Big Bird and Binders...
This game is about over. Romney needs to keep the pedal to the metal and not go soft. Monday’s debate should be a blast.
I predict Romney will outperform the polls in Nevada for the same reason that Reid always does —> heavy LDS support. Reid knows this and that explains his over-the-top anti-Romney rhetoric.
If this holds true, I think future campaigns will be ran like Romney’s.. Hold your fire until the end of the campaign..
I have always thought from the very beginning that Romney will take Wisconsin. He is close enough in the polls, they are over counting Democrats, and the recent history seems to have taught pollsters nothing.
Pennsylvania remains as tantalizing as ever but I think the arguments advanced by Susquehanna make sense. We know that Romney has an excellent ground game in Ohio but does he have a ground again in Pennsylvania? If so, he could win here to.
I am happy to take your word for Nevada.
I do not think that I am unreasonably optimistic in view of today's news from Rasmussen that Romney leads in the swing states 50-46. Even if the bulk of Romney support has been allocated to states which I have already awarded to Romney such as North Carolina, Florida and Virginia, the odds are still with Romney in Wisconsin, Ohio, and perhaps even Pennsylvania. Some of Obama support must be leached off into Michigan.
If Romney can turn in a debate performance as he did in the previous debates, his momentum should push him well over the line. I do not think that I will get the repudiation of Obama that I yearn for and which I consider necessary to put a stake in the heart of Marxism but I think we will get the win.
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Well, it’s not really a “jail.” We just call it that we we get banned from posting for a while.
Wisconsin—the notion that Romney will run behind Scott Walker (who ran twice and won despite heavy media hostility) is hard to credit.
Nevada—LDS—game, set and match.
The "Cast Your Kernel" results at the Iowa State Fair were 57-42 Romney over Obama.
I have received almost no mail from Obama but am getting Republican literature every day. Same goes for robo-calls.
I listened to a group of women who think Christie Vilsack is a joke, and were very supportive of Steve King.
I have seen no "Acorn-type" workers flooding into the care centers to "assist" the elderly to vote.
I could be wrong, but I don't think the race is as tight as the polls say.