Skip to comments.GALLUP: One Of Republicans' Biggest Advantages Has Evaporated At The Worst Possible Time
Posted on 09/20/2012 7:47:27 AM PDT by granada
Democratic enthusiasm has surged both in swing states and nationally, according to a new Gallup poll, topping Republican enthusiasm and, in the process, wiping out what was thought to be a major advantage for Republicans and presidential nominee Mitt Romney.
Democrats have seen a rise in enthusiasm since July. In 12 swing states, Gallup found that 73 percent of Democrats now say they are "extremely" or "very" enthusiastic about voting for president in the upcoming election. Previously, that percentage had lagged behind at just 53 percent in June.
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Absolutely. And this time even more.
We will end up with either an outright communist, or a weak kneed kind-of conservative for President. Only a bunch of fire eaters in the Senate and House can save us at this point. We need to re-run the 1994 Congressional results, although this time I hope more of the people we think are conservative actually turn out to BE conservative.
If case you missed it, you'll want to read it. It's really good!
Now will you drop the lawsuit against us, Mr Holder? See what we’ve done for Obama? Please, Mr. Holder?
Rush talking about the bogusness of this. But let them spin.
We’ll see who is “unenthusiastic” on Nov. 6.
Trends in polling show up first in national polling then are followed a few weeks afterward in state polling. Current state polling reflects the bump received from Clinton’s speech.
People voting for Romney shouldn’t be concerned as it will fade. They should be focused instead on the surge upward reflected in Rassmussen’s polling just released and the fact Romney wasted his opportunity to even his standing with Obama at his own convention. Instead of being at a tie or statistically slightly ahead once polling has faded imo Obama still slightly leads. That’s on Romney.
The debates are his last opportunity to convince apathetic and/or hostile voters towards him that a vote for him is more then just the “slightly less bad” choice. Otherwise some people will just vote Obama again while others that cannot tolerate either of them sit home.
Gallup is owned by the regime but we can’t discount the polls that don’t agree with us. I can ignore them and just encourage my neighbors to vote .. but either way, the American public will be surprised if Obama wins and the media will be surprised when Romney wins..
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