Skip to comments.Breaking Rasmussen Connecticut : Obama 51% Romney 45%
Posted on 10/09/2012 11:13:35 AM PDT by sunmars
President Obama continues to lead Mitt Romney in Connecticut.
The latest Rasmussen Reports telephone survey of Likely Voters in the state finds Obama with 51% support to 45% for Romney. One percent (1%) prefers some other candidate, and three percent (3%) are undecided.
This explains why I was getting called by AFL-CIO three or four times yesterday. Couldn’t bring self to answer.
No Republican has won it since 1988
No Republican has won it since 1988
Is that with a 51% margin of error?
If you want THIS for four more years, vote for Obama..
Obama 51% Romney 45%
Margin of error = 4.5%
Undecideds are breaking 2-to-1 for Romney
Connecticut is officially in the ballgame.
So Obama can only get 50% of the people who have nothing better to do than sit around the house and resopnd to surveys?
Does CT still have lots of older houses with lead-based paint? I’m just sayin’.
The ones who support Obama here are SEIU and illegal aliens..that is why Obama dedicated a statue for Caeser Chavez, he needs the Hispanic vote..gas prices are still ridiculously high here but people don’t seem to care, they will vote for the bozo anyway..but I haven’t seen ONE Obama sign here..bumper stickers on cars, yes I have seen a few, but absolutely ZERO yard signs
True but Romney will not win. Whether it’s closer than 2008 doesn’t mean much to me.
I get this shows that Romney has more support than McCain in places like CT, MI and PA, but they’ll go dem as usual.
It’s not “Breaking News”. It’s just another damn poll. They come out every 5 minutes and they are all worth crap.
Live here in the Hartford area. Very few bumper stickers, but since the debate the lawn signs on both sides are multiplying like weeds. It’s very town-dependent:
Avon (conservative): 2:1 Linda/Romney to Murphy/Obama
Simsbury (more liberal): about even Linda/Romney to Murphy/Obama
West Hartford (liberal): more Obama and Murphy.
The point: a lot of interest picking up, implying we have a battle. I’m still skeptical the Good Guys (and Gal) can pull it out. But it will be close.
It is close for blue CT.
What strikes me is O can’t muster a double digit lead in CT so he must be in deep doo doo elsewhere.
Even if Obama ends up winning CT..which I still think he will, the fact that he won by 23 percent in 2008 and is only winning now by 6 percent is VERY good news for Romney..it puts other blue states in play. If people start seeing Ads in blue states that Obama should have locked up its a good sign that Obama is in deep deep trouble
Who cares? Only the people with powers of extrapolation.
How much “coat tails” will Romney have in the Senate race?
Heard the GOP candidate was up by 3.
If he’s this close in CT i am 100% confident Romney takes Pa. and Wisc.
same page Rass has McMahon down 5. I think she may be helping Mitt just as much.
Lawn signs are out, but they are by and large for local candidates. Almost no presidential race signs at all. I'd say that is due to a couple of things - disgust with Obama, so no outright backing. Fear of vandalism by the Obama crowd, so no Romney signs. Folks here play their hands close to the vest and will do their talking on election day. That said, there are a lot of folks who will vote for Obama because Race is their number one issue.
My 20 year old son says his friends are disgusted with Obama because they just can't get work, but they see constantly changing "English as a second language" crews at McDonalds, Burger King, etc. This set of friends spans economic and racial demographics.
Catholics who were very much for Obama in 2008 have been taken to school and taught the real Catholic catechetical meaning of Social Justice which is based on the principle of subsidiarity. They've also had their faces shoved in the fight over religious freedoms and government intrusion. Many have been given pretty stern lectures about the difference between charity based on God's love, and redistribution based on governmental theft. Some, but not all have changed their minds about Obama.
Others, who were in that group who happily voted for the first African-American President, are now seeing the literal price of their choice. Gas and grocery prices through the roof, empty platforms at the train station for trains headed into New York City, card games on those trains which had lasted for 50 years (seriously) have ended. Folks see the effect, and people who would not normally consider a republican candidate are considering Romney because he isn't too radically right. Many are familiar with his time in neighboring Massachussetts.
There are a lot of business people around here, corporate employees who don't like the "Big Business is Bad" mantra spewed by the lefties. This group (of which I am one), would walk across hot coals to vote for Romney. Bain Capital is a known entity, and a respected one.
The tide is changing here. It may not change fast enough by election day, but it is changing. And some of us have been working hard at fostering that change.