Skip to comments.Gallup: R-51/O-45
Posted on 10/20/2012 10:08:03 AM PDT by tatown
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He was 'present' as far as the actual job of President but did his level best to turn our Sacred Republic into a socialist/communist hell hole. Words cannot describe. . . It will take generations to work our way out of the Clinton/Obama Fabian socialist nightmare. Wake up America!
[ I can breathe easy for another 21 1/2 hours. ]
I know exactly how you feel! ;-)
If Romney takes NH-VA-NC-FLA-PA the election will be over by about 10pm election night and how Ohio goes will be irreverent.
Gallup is irrelevant.
You guys need to trust Nate Silver’s numbers. He’s yet to be wrong.
If you don’t approach this election from the standpoint that you need to bring Obama below 270, Romney will lose.
Keep believing that Romney can win without Ohio or Iowa at your own peril. The current situation is impossible for him even if he wins CO+NV+VA+NC+FL+NH.
Then again, I’m voting for Gary Johnson since Romney is a useless idiot.
Four days running at 51 or 52 to 45. VERY GOOD TREND.
Irreverent, yes. And also irrelevant!
No one is going to win the popular vote by 6pts and lose the electoral vote.
IF and ONLY if we get out the vote, the election is over. We have to get our people out there.
Separate “accurate” in terms of percent vs. accurate as in “picking the right horse”. They’ve picked the winning candidate every time since FDR, except for Truman-Dewey and Ford-Carter.
If there was the live boy or dead girl, that would already have been news and any foreign adventure Obama decides upon will be seen by Americans as an election stunt - if they had something planned they would have done it already; throwing out rumors is part of the strategy they use to try to depress Republican turnout. This has nothing to do with the truth, its all part and parcel of psychological warfare. And since I have no stake in the outcome of this election, this kind of stuff has no hold on me. I don’t worry about it and I sleep very sound at night.
We had better closely monitor Zero and Mooch’s departure to ensure that they don’t loot the White House of its furniture, china and silverware!
No, there is nothing Obama can do to get reelected.
A vote for the Libertarian candidate is a vote for Obama, which is a vote for Leftist totalitarianism.
I am less concerned about the silverware than with secretive executive orders, pardons, etc.
With a 6pt lead in the popular vote, Romney will win Ohio.
I understand your fear, but that makes no logical sense in the era of early voting. Colorado gives a good example - perhaps 75% of the votes there will be cast by mail before Election Day. Why would the powers that be show Romney with a substantial lead when those voters are casting their ballots?
There is no doubt the early polling was influenced by the media narrative, but now pollsters (like Gallup and Rasmussen, especially) need to think ahead to getting work during the next election, and so they start to report more reliabile results.
I would note, though, that I still expect the Gallup numbers to narrow a bit, probably on Monday or Tuesday. If Romney is still above 50% by Wednesday, I think everything breaks his way, and he's the next President.
But Obama won the second debate, so they told us...
Has Obama ever reached 50% in any respectable poll for 2012?
Nothing like calling Romney useless while shamelessly admitting that you are.