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  • Rasmussen Reports polls get the election really, really wrong

    11/07/2012 3:13:40 PM PST · by NoLibZone · 40 replies ^ | Nov 7 2012 | By: Ryan Witt
    For the past year conservatives have put their trust in one pollster and one pollster alone. While nearly every other pollster showed President Obama leading throughout the last year’s presidential race, Rasmussen Reports consistently showed better numbers for Romney, and had Romney leading through much of the last month. Conservative pundits claimed that Rasmussen was the only pollster showing the true state of the race, even though previous studies suggested that Rasmussen’s numbers actually leaned too far to the right in previous elections. The Election Day results are now in, and Rasmussen was not only off in their projection, but...
  • Mitt Romney Tops 50 Percent in Florida to Lead President Obama by 5 Clear Points

    10/26/2012 12:04:08 PM PDT · by Red Steel · 20 replies
    Sunshine State News ^ | October 26, 2012 3:55 AM | Jim Turner
    Florida and its important 29 electoral votes are all but in the Romney camp, according to Sunshine State News poll of likely voters taken mostly following the third and final presidential debate. But the parties still have a big challenge ahead in their ground games. Early voting begins Saturday in Florida. Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney pushed above the 50 percent mark in the poll conducted between Oct. 22 and Oct. 24 by Harrisburg, Pa.-based Voter Survey Service. Of 1,001 likely Florida voters, 51 percent were ready to vote for Romney to 46 percent for President Obama. Only 12 percent...
  • Iowa: O 50 R 46. (RIDICULOUS D+6 sample)

    10/26/2012 6:58:51 AM PDT · by KansasGirl · 26 replies
    · President Obama currently leads Governor Romney by 4 percentage points in Iowa, 50 to 46 percent. · Governor Romney leads President Obama with independent voters by a margin of 48 to 36 percent. Both candidates received more than 90 percent support from members of their own party. · There is a wide gender gap in this survey. Romney leads by 18 percent among men while President Obama leads by 23 percent with women. · Iowans are divided nearly equally on whether they approve of President Obama’s job performance. 47 percent approve of his performance while 46 percent do not...
  • Dispatch Poll: Obama widens lead (in Democrat skewed poll) as balloting starts

    "A new Dispatch Poll shows him trailing President Barack Obama in bellwether Ohio by 9 points, 51 percent to 42 percent. A surge of Democratic support for Obama has transformed the race since the first Dispatch Poll had the two dead-even at 45 percent just before the Republican National Convention in late August".
  • Fox News Poll: Romney Edges Obama as Approval of President Drops

    04/13/2012 7:46:08 AM PDT · by forbushalltheway · 67 replies ^ | April 12, 2012 | Dana Blanton
    Republican Mitt Romney holds a slim edge over President Obama in a head-to-head matchup, a Fox News poll released Thursday shows. In addition, the poll finds the president’s job rating has dropped to its lowest point of the year. In a presidential matchup, Romney tops Obama by 46-44 percent if the election were today. As with every Romney-Obama matchup in the past six months, the race is so tight that it is within the poll’s margin of sampling error. This, however, is only the second time the Fox News poll shows Romney on top. The first time was November 2011,...
  • The Hill: Romney solid in new Florida poll

    01/26/2012 10:35:44 AM PST · by tcrlaf · 21 replies
    The Hill: GOP12 ^ | 1-26-12 | Christian Heinze
    Surveys keep coming in showing Mitt Romney wresting control of Florida from Newt Gingrich. The latest -- a Monmouth University poll of Florida. 1. Mitt Romney 39% 2. Newt Gingrich 32% 3. Rick Santorum 11% 4. Ron Paul 8% The internals show the typical gaps. Men pick Gingrich by 5%, but women go massively to Romney (19% lead over Newt). Newt does better with those who call themselves "very conservative" but Mitt does best with the more moderate set. Gingrich leads by 13% among evangelicals. There's some good news for Mitt on the tea party front. He and Gingrich are...
  • Rasmussen poll puts Gingrich up by 7 nationally (Newt-35, Mitt-28, Santorum-16, Paul-10)

    01/24/2012 12:00:23 PM PST · by TBBT · 53 replies
    Hot Air ^ | 1/24/2012 | Ed Morrissey
    Rasmussen conducted a national poll of 1,000 likely Republican primary voters yesterday, and it confirmed what Gallup’s tracking poll also shows — Newt Gingrich’s second boomlet is for real. In the Rasmussen poll, Gingrich has vaulted to a seven-point lead as Romney settles back into the mid-20s: After his game-changing win in South Carolina, former House Speaker Newt Gingrich continues to ride his surge to the front of the pack among likely Republican primary voters nationwide. He now leads Mitt Romney by seven points. The latest Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey of Likely GOP Primary Voters shows Gingrich with 35%...
  • Romney beats Obama in National Poll, Palin and Romney top GOP frontrunners

    01/30/2011 5:32:47 AM PST · by conservativeforpalin · 60 replies
    Politicons ^ | January 28th | Henry D'Andrea
    Our new National Poll shows that Mitt Romney could beat Barack Obama in 2012. In our national poll conducted this week, we asked voters where they stand with Obama and the 2012 Presidential election. First, our poll showed Obama with a 46% approval rating and 54% disapprove. Which is a -4% spread from Real Clear Politics approval average. Overall though, Obama still beats all GOP candidates in a general election.