Skip to comments.Romney Hits the 50 Percent Mark, With a Clear Edge on the Economy
Posted on 10/25/2012 2:09:33 PM PDT by SoftwareEngineer
Oct 25, 2012 5:00pm Romney Hits the 50 Percent Mark, With a Clear Edge on the Economy
Mitt Romney has seized further advantage on economic issues at the core of the 2012 campaign, taking him to 50 percent support among likely voters vs. 47 percent for Barack Obama Romneys highest vote-preference result of the contest to date. The difference between the
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Major move for Gov Romney. This will help the RCP average also.
Shocker! 50% now in this poll!
So of the 4 major tracking polls today, you had Obama gain a point in one poll, one stay unchanged, and the two that had been the best for Obama each move toward Romney. And in 3 of the 4 tracking polls, Romney is at or above 50%.
Here is the commentary by ABC News
Internals look VERY GOOD for Gov Romney
but but but... NATE SILVER SAID THAT ROMNEY’S MOMENTUM WAS STOPPED BY OBAMA’S BRILLIANT DEBATE PERFORMANCES!
Washington Post: “The Momentum Myth”
Thursday, October 25, 2012 5:11:07 PM · by Redcat
The Washington Post ^ | 10/25/2012 | Jonathan Bernstein
Guess Bernstein missed this one! They’re imploding.
Nate Silver is a legend in his own mind.
I credit the Colin Powell “endorsement” ROFLMAO
Yeah I can imagine an endorsement from a guy whose named after an organ that holds poo is always something you look forward to LOL
In reality, Romney is well ahead but the MSM will never admit it.
They will protect O to the bitter end!
ABC UP ,Gallup down...HMMMM I am suspicious
my race right or wrong?
It’s a clear trend.
It is going to be hard for Obama to move that with 11 days to go now. He has been stuck at 47% for 3 years.
Now I am 110% determined to vote. By Election Day it will be 150.
Consensus of all major tracking polls is R50 O47, with some Democrat oversampling. Factoring in the oversampling and the undecideds breaking more towards R we’re likely at 53-46 (1% other) as the “reality spread”. Anyone disagree?
Only 83% of conservatives support Romney. The 17 percent who don’t need to get on board to remove Obama. We can cross the other bridge when we come to it.
From Washington Post..
I don’t disagree. I think that’s where Romney is really at but the MSM will never admit it.
They have stories to write and want to remain relevant. I don’t really doubt Romney is going to win this election. At this point in time, no one leading in late October went on to lose on Election Day.
Some of the 17% are fellow Freepers, unfortunately.
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