a “tie” can be tipped by fraud
WTH is it with the people of Ohio?????
They want 4 more years of THIS?
He also said Obana is up 13 with early voters. I think 4 years ago he was up 34.
Folks hang up and they are NOT accounted for in poll.
Assumptions of crowds from 2008 crawling over broken glass are used. These are invalid.
Conservatives will be the ones crawling over broken glass on Nov 6. The models are just wrong.
R/R is up by 5 in my estimation in Ohio.
I am in Cincy and have NOT had one knock on my door, no Dem phone calls, and I’m likely the only conservative for blocks in my neighborhood. No, there are not as many signs as in 2008; there is no “buzz” in the air.
This is better than Rasmussen’s last OH poll where zerO was leading.
I don’t think the Dems will do better than they did in 2008, and then Ohio was D+1. Assume an R+1 and that gives Romney another 2 percentage points.
I am not worried about Ohio. I think Romney has it. (Actually, I could see Romney get north of 320 EV if you assume a 4 point Republican swing in the RCP averages.)
I would love to hang some giant banners from freeway overpasses saying, “Did YOU vote for four more years of Marxism?”
Ohio's Democrat roots are as long and deep as the KKK and Unions. About the only thing that could get most of them to vote for a Black guy is that he was/is the Democrat's choice. I say this as one who acquired in-laws from the Sprigfield area and have raptly watched/listened/debated with them over the last 20 years. The in-laws now claim that Obama has to go and that everyone they know feels the same, but how much a sectional of Ohio is represented is questionable. You won't see many Romney/Ryan signs in the area, but probably even fewer Obama signs. I still have hopes that Ohio is polling closer than it really is and that they aren't turning into San Francisco (depsite their open disgust at Homosexuality) and Ohio might be ours by 2-5 points come election day.
This poll has more R’s than D’s, the first that I have seen.
I will admit, THIS ONE does concern me here.
It does oversample women, which may counter that, but I am not going to lie....Ohio is my one worry state.