I+1 (29/35/36); It is an okay sample. Oversamples Rs undersamples Is. In 2008 it was also D +2 (Dem 29, Rep 27, Ind 45) and in 2004 it was R+7 (Dem 25, Rep 32, Ind 44).
GOP/Dem crossover breakdown is about the same as 2008. Obama is underperfoming with Is by 20%
posted on 10/23/2012 8:28:13 AM PDT
I called this moths ago - Glove WILL win NH.
posted on 10/23/2012 8:30:14 AM PDT
(The Glove don't fit, but it's better than a burqa.)
RCP moved NH back to Obama on the no toss up map - solely on a U of NH poll showing O up by 9. Unreal. I think R will end up winning every state that he is 3 pts or closer to O, including NH.
I'm not an ARRRRGGG! fan. Their polling seems chintzy.
I think Romney is a good bet to win the state though.
NH is an R+4 or so state. The UNH poll had D+7. Which is a joke. There are more registered Repubs than Dems. And more turnout to vote.
posted on 10/23/2012 8:51:14 AM PDT
(Single Issue Voter: Obama Must Go!)
I think ME will go R and I think CT will too...
posted on 10/23/2012 9:58:55 AM PDT
(Yes, Obama, I had help with my business. MY CUSTOMERS!)
Who are all these odd name research groups that all come out every 4 years?
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