Skip to comments.Poll Shows Michigan is Battleground State for Obama, Romney (Romney 45%, Obama 44%)
Posted on 07/25/2012 11:42:18 AM PDT by BarnacleCenturion
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Did you read the comments under that article. The Disaster was no more popular there than he is here. Pretty funny.
What is this source, anyway?
The GOP has a chance of limping over the finish line by winning only two of the eight. If they win three or more, then they are comfortably over the finish line.
I think it’s the A Mitchell Research poll released yesterday.
“He polls at 91 percent in the city....”
Only 91%?! Bet we see at least 110-112% election day!!!Same thing in Philly....
“President Obama owns Detroit. He polls at 91 percent in the city.”
That explains all the libtard panic we're seeing.
That’s an interesting way of looking at it.
Obama/Dem Super-Pacs/Unions are spending MILLIONS on some of the most hate-filled advertising in Michigan I have ever heard.
And it’s only late-July....
how has the population in michigan changed? Was Detroit empty in 2008? Where did everyone move and has that changed the voting? 91% of an empty city is how influential if votes are counted by state?
Mitt Romney could swipe Michigan from President Obama, despite Obama’s hold on Detroit
I lived in the Detroit ‘burbs for 10 years. Still go back to see old friends once in awhile. I was in downtown Detroit, two years ago, on a week day at 2:00 p.m. It was a ghost town. There is more traffic in Flat Rock than there is in Detroit. I don’t think Detroit has the clout it once had. Most of the people who are in Detroit are depressed or on drugs or lazy or have outstanding warrants. I don’t look for Obama to get ‘em to the polls this time.
People in MN and MI truly believe that there is no problem that government cannot solve if given the proper resources, meaning YOUR tax dollars.
I can’t speak for MN but as far as MI, that’s true in Detroit, Lansing and Flint. But, the rest of the State is made up of hard-working, God-fearing folks with Conservative values. I look for Romney to take Michigan; for real.
Michigan potentially in play, if you buy the argument that the majority of undecided/other candidate voters will break Romney.
Not an argument; it’s a historical fact. The undecideds break for the challenger 80 percent in every Election.
See my Post #31
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