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  • WaPo/ABC tracking poll has Romney up 1 (D/R/I of 35/28/34)

    10/29/2012 6:44:06 AM PDT · by SeekAndFind · 7 replies
    Hotair ^ | 10/29/2012 | Ed Morrissey
    Lots of poll data to peruse today, but let's start with the Washington Post/ABC tracking poll. For the third straight day, it reports that Mitt Romney has a one-point lead over Barack Obama, 49/48 --- but its internals tell a different story. And one reason for that is its shifting sample, which has gotten significantly more Democratic.The Post reports the topline numbers: For the third consecutive day of the Washington Post-ABC News national tracking poll, a single — statistically insignificant — percentage point separates the two presidential contenders: 49 percent of likely voters back Republican Mitt Romney, and 48 percent...
  • Latest Ohio Poll Numbers Show Obama with 4 Point Lead; Brown Opens Up 11 Point Edge on Mandel

    10/29/2012 4:37:29 AM PDT · by Zakeet · 57 replies
    The Cleveland Leader ^ | October 29, 2012 | Eugene McCormick
    Supporters of Barack Obama may be breathing a little easier this morning as Public Policy Polling show the president with a 51-47 advantage over Republican challenger Mitt Romney. The new numbers come a day after Ohio news organizations showed a dead heat at 49-49 according to their data. What the previous poll did not show was the result of the third, and final, debate between the two men who are battling for residency for four years in the White House. Last week, PPP showed Obama leading only 49-48. [Snip] PPP surveyed 718 likely voters throughout the Buckeye State. The...
  • Vanity - interesting fact about WasPo/ABC Daily Tracking polls (Pay attention Eeyores)

    10/28/2012 9:27:47 PM PDT · by Perdogg · 20 replies
    Per Twitter WaPo/ABC tracking poll has Romney up 1, 49-48. Sample moved from D+4 Fri to D+6 Sat to D+7 today. Romney up 15 w/ indies. WaPo/ABC tracking Thur-Sat has same turnout adv for Dems as 08. In 08 Obama won by 7%, today he loses by 1. Yep... moved from D+4 two days ago to D+7 today. Yet Romney maintained 1 point lead even through the shift.
  • New Poll A From Left-Leaning Firm Is Pretty Brutal For Obama

    10/28/2012 11:42:14 AM PDT · by SeekAndFind · 19 replies
    Business Insider ^ | 10/28/2012 | Brett LoGiurato
    Mitt Romney leads President Barack Obama by a single point in today's Public Policy Polling daily tracking survey, but the numbers inside the poll display a clearly worse picture for the president. Romney's one-point lead is a slight increase from Saturday, when the candidates were tied. But a deep dive into the numbers paint the picture of a president whose approval is on the decline and is struggling to pick up votes with Independents. Consider the following numbers: * Obama's approval-to-disapproval rating sits at just 44-52, which is actually worse than Gallup's tracking on Saturday. * Obama is losing the...
  • Virtual tie in Minnesota?

    10/28/2012 10:21:36 AM PDT · by SeekAndFind · 12 replies
    Hotair ^ | 10/28/2012 | Ed Morrissey
    I'd be the first to tell people that my state is a quadrennial sucker bet for Republicans. In 2008, no one thought we had a prayer, but in 2000 and 2004, Republicans actually thought they had a chance to break the Democrats' presidential winning streak, as the state last went to the GOP in 1972. I've been hearing Republicans get optimistic here again, but I've been highly skeptical of the prospects for Mitt Romney to even get close here.Until now: As the presidential race tightens across the country, a new Star Tribune Minnesota Poll has found that it is narrowing...
  • Minnesota Poll: 0bama 47%, Romney 44%

    10/28/2012 4:16:30 AM PDT · by Arthurio · 39 replies
    As the presidential race tightens across the country, a new Star Tribune Minnesota Poll has found that it is narrowing here as well, with President Obama holding a 3-point lead and Republican Mitt Romney making gains in the state. The poll shows Obama with support from 47 percent of likely voters and Romney earning backing from 44 percent -- a lead within the poll's margin of error of plus or minus 3.5 percentage points. Last month, Obama had an 8-percentage point advantage in the Minnesota Poll. Romney has apparently cut into the Democrat's advantage among women since then and picked...
  • PPP (D) National Tracking Poll: R 49%, 0 48% - 0 job approval at 44%!!

    10/27/2012 9:30:16 PM PDT · by Arthurio · 36 replies
    PPP (D) National Tracking Poll: R 49%, 0 48% - 0 job approval at 44%!!
  • Daily Swing State Tracking Poll Swing State Tracking: Romney 51%, Obama 45%

    10/27/2012 7:08:31 AM PDT · by tatown · 87 replies
    Rasmussen ^ | 10/27 | Rasmussen
    Saturday, October 27, 2012 The full Swing State tracking update offers Rasmussen Reader subscribers a combined view of the results from 11 key states won by President Obama in 2008 and thought to be competitive in 2012. The states collectively hold 146 Electoral College votes and include Colorado, Florida, Iowa, Michigan, Nevada, New Hampshire, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Virginia and Wisconsin. If you do not already have a Rasmussen Reader account, subscribe now. Platinum Members have access to detailed demographic information. In the 11 swing states, Mitt Romney earns 51% of the vote to Obamas 45%. Two percent (2%) like...
  • (Rasmussen Poll) Election 2012: Massachusetts Senate (Squaw have-um 5 point lead)

    10/26/2012 3:11:35 PM PDT · by Zakeet · 65 replies
    Rasmussen Reports ^ | October 26, 2012 | Scott Rasmussen
    Democratic challenger Elizabeth Warren has now moved to a five-point lead over Republican incumbent Scott Brown in Massachusetts U.S. Senate race. The latest Rasmussen Reports telephone survey of Likely Massachusetts Voters finds Warren with 52% support to Browns 47%. [Snip] This race now moves from a Toss-Up to Leans Democrat in the Rasmussen Reports Senate Balance of Power rankings.
  • Washington Post-ABC News Poll: R50/O47

    10/25/2012 2:08:56 PM PDT · by tatown · 40 replies
    WaPost/ABC ^ | 10/25 | WaPost/ABC
    R50/O47!
  • Romney holds narrow lead as election approaches: Reuters/Ipsos poll (R47/O46)

    10/25/2012 11:55:49 AM PDT · by tatown · 9 replies
    Reuters/Ipsos ^ | 10/25 | Reuters/Ipsos
    Republican challenger Mitt Romney held a 1 percentage point lead over President Barack Obama in Thursday's Reuters/Ipsos daily tracking poll in a presidential race that is effectively a dead heat less than two weeks before Americans vote. In a repeat of Wednesday's results, Romney led Obama among likely voters by 47 percent to 46 percent, a statistically insignificant margin, in the four-day online tracking poll.
  • Mitt Romney leads by nine percent in new QStarNews presidential poll (R 53.99% O 45.12%)

    10/25/2012 11:53:07 AM PDT · by Red Steel · 20 replies
    Examiner ^ | October 25, 2012 | Dean Chambers
    Romney has a nine percent lead in the new QstarNews presidential poll released today. While the latest Rasmussen Reports Daily Presidential Tracking Poll shows Mitt Romney leading President Obama at 50 percent to 47 percent while the QStarNews Daily Tracking poll released today shows a Romney lead of 52 percent to 46 percent. The latest Gallup tracking poll of likely voters released today shows Romney leading 50 percent to 47 percent over the president. Mitt Romney's surge in the polls is even reflected in his slim lead today in the Real Clear Politics average of major polls.The new QStarNews Poll...
  • Gallup Tracking Poll: R50/O47

    10/25/2012 10:03:39 AM PDT · by tatown · 30 replies
    Gallup ^ | 10/25 | Gallup
    R50/O47
  • Daily Swing State Tracking Poll Swing State Tracking: Romney 50%, Obama 46%

    10/25/2012 7:12:13 AM PDT · by tatown · 31 replies
    Rasmussen ^ | 10/25 | Rasmussen
    Thursday, October 25, 2012 The full Swing State tracking update offers Rasmussen Reader subscribers a combined view of the results from 11 key states won by President Obama in 2008 and thought to be competitive in 2012. The states collectively hold 146 Electoral College votes and include Colorado, Florida, Iowa, Michigan, Nevada, New Hampshire, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Virginia and Wisconsin. If you do not already have a Rasmussen Reader account, subscribe now. Platinum Members have access to detailed demographic information. In the 11 swing states, Mitt Romney earns 50% of the vote to Obamas 46%. Two percent (2%) like...
  • Time poll shows Obama with 5-point lead in Ohio; PPP offers its services

    10/24/2012 2:38:13 PM PDT · by Perdogg · 37 replies
    A new poll released today by Time magazine shows President Obama with a 5-point lead in the critical battleground state of Ohio, which has sided with the winner in 27 of the last 29 presidential elections. To answer your first question: the Time poll of 783 likely voters relies on a D+9 sample. Thirty-seven percent of respondents identified as Democrats, while 28 percent were Republicans and 29 percent Independents.
  • Ohio (vanity)

    10/24/2012 8:01:41 PM PDT · by CatOwner · 78 replies
    Has Romney ever been in the lead in any poll in Ohio? While there are other scenarios for Romney to get to 270 EVs, the fact that he isn't leading in Ohio is disconcerting. Just one (fair) poll showing Romney with a 2-3 point lead in Ohio. Maybe Obama's ground game is too strong in Ohio?
  • Freep a Poll! (what do you Call Trump's annoucement?)

    10/24/2012 3:19:59 PM PDT · by dynachrome · 32 replies
    WTVR.com ^ | 10-24-12 | CBS6
    What do you call Donald Trump's announcement Trump card Forced Hand Self-promotion Blackmail
  • Freep a Poll! (which issue will most decide your vote for President?)

    10/24/2012 2:55:29 PM PDT · by dynachrome · 10 replies
    foxnews.com ^ | 10-23-12 | Fox News
    Which issue will most decide who will get your vote for president two weeks from today? Foreign policy Economy Domestic problems Other
  • Washington Post/ABC Tracking Poll: R49/O48 (unchanged)

    10/24/2012 2:10:15 PM PDT · by tatown · 16 replies
    abc news ^ | 10/24 | abc news
    Mitt Romney has advanced to a slight lead over Barack Obama in trust to handle the economy, and Obama has slipped beneath a clear majority in who better understands the publics economic problems two key metrics of the 2012 presidential race. These trends in the latest ABC News/Washington Post daily tracking poll arent strong enough to change current preferences, nor is the 2-1 view that Obama won Monday nights final debate. But theyre among the underlying dynamics making the race seem closer now than a month ago. See PDF with full results and charts here. The candidates remain essentially...
  • TPM Electoral Scoreboard (233 Obama, 195 Romney. Powered by PollTracker.com

    10/24/2012 11:44:43 AM PDT · by Laissez-faire capitalist · 14 replies
    TPM ^ | 10/24/2012 | Staff
    Strongly Obama 184 Strongly Romney 166 Favors Obama 17 Favors Romney 3 Leans Obama 32 Leans Romney 26 Tossup 110 The TPM Electoral Scorebooard is powered by PollTracker.com, the most accurate and up-to-date poll tracking and averaging service on the web. Our scoreboard is designed to be highly reactive to the twists and turns of public opinion! Only states with less than a 2 point margin go into the tossup category. We aso keep editorial assignment of states to an absolute minimum: as long as poll data is available, we let the numbers tell the story.
  • IBD/TIPP Presidential Daily Tracking Poll: O47/R44 (D+7)

    10/24/2012 11:10:17 AM PDT · by tatown · 32 replies
    IBD ^ | 10/24 | IBD
    Obama maintained a lead over Romney in our poll for a sixth straight day. Though Romney actually improved his lead among male voters to 7 points from 4 a day earlier, Obamas lead among women is now 12 points, the biggest ever. Obama continues to beat Romney among both urban and suburban dwellers, holding 34-point and 6-point advantages with those two voting groups, respectively. Romney has maintained his solid lead among independents, standing 9 points ahead. But the GOP challenger remains well behind with those voters who call themselves moderates, with a 27-point deficit in that group.
  • Gallup Tracking Poll: R50/O47

    10/24/2012 10:04:13 AM PDT · by tatown · 96 replies
    Gallup ^ | 10/24 | Gallup
    R50/O47
  • Daily Swing State Tracking Poll Swing State Tracking: Romney 50%, Obama 46%

    10/24/2012 8:43:09 AM PDT · by tatown · 15 replies
    Rasmussen ^ | 10/24 | Rasmussen
    Wednesday, October 24, 2012 The full Swing State tracking update offers Rasmussen Reader subscribers a combined view of the results from 11 key states won by President Obama in 2008 and thought to be competitive in 2012. The states collectively hold 146 Electoral College votes and include Colorado, Florida, Iowa, Michigan, Nevada, New Hampshire, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Virginia and Wisconsin. If you do not already have a Rasmussen Reader account, subscribe now. Platinum Members have access to detailed demographic information. In the 11 swing states, Mitt Romney earns 50% of the vote to Obamas 46%. Two percent (2%) like...
  • Poll needs freeping

    10/23/2012 2:49:48 PM PDT · by KeyLargo · 4 replies
    Reader Poll Who do you think won the presidential debate last night? Obama 35.5% Romney 29.5% Neither 8.8% I didn't watch. Scroll down to bottom of page.
  • Freep a Poll! (the debate, of course0

    10/23/2012 2:18:35 PM PDT · by dynachrome · 8 replies
    wset.com ^ | 10-23-12 | WSET
    In your opinion, who won the third Presidential debate? Obama Romney Not sure
  • Washington Post/ABC Tracking Poll: R49/O48 (R+2 since yesterday)

    10/23/2012 2:10:12 PM PDT · by tatown · 12 replies
    ABC News ^ | 10/23 | ABC News
    Mitt Romney eked out bragging rights in the latest ABC News/Washington Post tracking poll, claiming 49 percent support among likely voters vs. Barack Obamas 48 percent Romneys first numerical edge, however slight, since before the party conventions. Slight is the word: Taking it to two decimals (for illustration only not to imply false precision), Romney has 48.51 percent support, Obama 48.44 percent about as close as it can be. Still, with rounding, Romneys 1-point numerical edge is his first since an ABC/Post poll Aug. 25.
  • Poll to FReep:Who do you think won the Presidential debate last night?

    10/23/2012 12:36:11 PM PDT · by AZ .44 MAG · 22 replies
    KGUN 9 TV Tucson ^ | 10-22-2012 | KGUN 9 TV Tucson
    Who do you think won the Presidential debate last night? Barack Obama, Mitt Romney, Undecided
  • Poll:The 2012 presidential debates are now in the history books. Who do you plan to vote for?

    10/23/2012 12:23:33 PM PDT · by AZ .44 MAG · 7 replies
    KVOA News 4 Tucson ^ | 10-23-2012 | KVOA News 4 Tucson
    Full title: The 2012 presidential debates are now in the history books. Who do you plan to vote for on November 6? Barack Obama, mitt Romney, A 3rd Party Candidate, No One.
  • New ARG Poll in Nevada shows Obama 49%, Romney 47% (last ARG Nevada poll showed Obama +7)

    10/23/2012 11:24:01 AM PDT · by Arec Barrwin · 25 replies
    American Research Group ^ | October 23, 2012 | American Research Group
    Nevada Interview dates: October 19-22, 2012 Sample size: 600 likely voters Margin of error: 4 percentage points, 95% of the time Question wording and responses: If the general election were being held today between Barack Obama for president and Joe Biden for vice president, the Democrats, and Mitt Romney for president and Paul Ryan for vice president, the Republicans, for whom would you vote - Obama and Biden or Romney and Ryan (names rotated), or someone else? Nevada Obama Romney Other Undecided Likely voters 49% 47% 1% 3% Democrats (43%) 88% 8% - 4% Republicans (37%) 4% 94% -...
  • Gallup Tracking Poll: R51/O46

    10/23/2012 10:35:08 AM PDT · by tatown · 31 replies
    Gallup ^ | 10/23 | Gallup
    Romney-51/Obama-46
  • MarketWatch Poll needs a FReepin'

    10/23/2012 9:04:55 AM PDT · by BreezyDog · 8 replies
    MarketWatch ^ | 10/23/2012 | MarketWatch
    Freep this poll
  • Please FReep This Debate Poll

    10/23/2012 7:28:05 AM PDT · by all the best · 7 replies
    KQV Radio ^ | October 23, 2012
    Based on what you heard of the presidential debate, whose campaign was helped the most?
  • Daily Swing State Tracking Poll Swing State Tracking: Romney 50%, Obama 45%

    10/23/2012 7:18:36 AM PDT · by tatown · 47 replies
    Rasmussen ^ | 10/23 | Rasmussen
    Tuesday, October 23, 2012 The full Swing State tracking update offers Rasmussen Reader subscribers a combined view of the results from 11 key states won by President Obama in 2008 and thought to be competitive in 2012. The states collectively hold 146 Electoral College votes and include Colorado, Florida, Iowa, Michigan, Nevada, New Hampshire, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Virginia and Wisconsin. If you do not already have a Rasmussen Reader account, subscribe now. Platinum Members have access to detailed demographic information. In the 11 swing states, Mitt Romney earns 50% of the vote to Obamas 45%. Two percent (2%) like...
  • Daily Presidential Tracking Poll: R50/O46

    10/23/2012 6:54:06 AM PDT · by tatown · 130 replies
    Rasmussen Reports ^ | 10/23 | Rasmussen Reports
    Tuesday, October 23, 2012 The Rasmussen Reports daily Presidential Tracking Poll for Monday shows Mitt Romney attracting support from 50% of voters nationwide, while President Obama earns the vote from 46%. One percent (1%) prefer some other candidate, and two percent (2%) are undecided. Other than brief convention bounces, this is the first time either candidate has led by more than three points in months.
  • CNN Poll: Who won the debate?

    10/22/2012 8:58:22 PM PDT · by Arthurio · 40 replies
    (CNN) - A CNN/ORC International Poll following Monday's presidential debate found those who watched the third and final head-to-head matchup of President Barack Obama and Mitt Romney did not identify a clear winner. Debate viewers split 48% for Obama and 40% for Romney in the poll, a margin within the sampling error of plus or minus 4.5% Follow the Ticker on Twitter: @PoliticalTicker Check out the CNN Electoral Map and Calculator and game out your own strategy for November. A majority - 59% - of those who watched the Boca Raton, Florida debate thought Obama performed stronger than...
  • Freep this poll: Who won the debate?

    10/22/2012 10:16:39 PM PDT · by daniel885 · 29 replies
    RLCSC ^ | 10/22/2012 | RLCSC
    Freep this poll... It's being passed around several left-wing sites and they have Obama with a slight lead on a REPUBLICAN web site!! http://rlcsc.org/2012/10/22/who-won-the-presidential-debate-tonight-10-22-2012/
  • List of debate polls that need attentions

    10/22/2012 10:03:35 PM PDT · by FunkyZero · 9 replies
    10/22/2012 | various
    List of polls regarding tonights debate that could really use a freep-bombing. http://www.therightscoop.com/poll-who-won-the-3rd-and-final-presidential-debate-tonight-between-mitt-romney-and-president-obama/http://blog.seattlepi.com/seattlepolitics/2012/10/22/poll-who-won-presidential-debatehttp://foxnewsinsider.com/2012/10/22/vote-who-won-the-third-presidential-debatehttp://wtvr.com/2012/10/22/take-our-poll-on-who-won-final-presidential-debate-and-get-a-recaphttp://www.mercurynews.com/presidentelect/ci_21831402/poll-who-won-third-presidential-debatehttp://www.cafemom.com/group/115890/forums/read/17512355/Who_WON_the_3rd_Presidential_debate_PollResultshttp://news.providencejournal.com/breaking-news/2012/10/poll-obama-or-romney-who-won-the-3rd-presidential-debate.htmlhttp://k99.com/who-won-the-presidential-debate-last-night-poll/http://www.ktnv.com/polls/175341151.htmlhttp://wbsm.com/who-won-the-third-and-final-presidential-debate-barack-obama-or-mitt-romney-poll/http://keyj.com/who-won-the-3rd-and-final-presidential-debate-president-barack-obama-or-governor-mitt-romney-poll/http://www.coloradoconnection.com/news/story.aspx?id=816044#.UIYTocXA-Qwhttp://www.freep.com/article/20121017/NEWS15/310170183/Who-won-Tuesday-s-presidential-debate-http://communities.washingtontimes.com/polls/2012/oct/16/who-will-win-tonights-debate/
  • Freep this Poll: Who won the debate

    10/22/2012 8:23:38 PM PDT · by DoctorBulldog · 53 replies
    Orlando Sentinel ^ | 10/22/2012 | Orlando Sentinel Poll
    Romney was ahead, last time I checked, but only 80 votes at that point.
  • Freep this poll: Who won the debate?

    10/22/2012 7:47:58 PM PDT · by daniel885 · 24 replies
    RLCSC ^ | 10/22/2012 | RLCSC
    Who won the debate? http://rlcsc.org/2012/10/22/who-won-the-presidential-debate-tonight-10-22-2012/
  • Freep this poll: Who is winning the debate?

    10/22/2012 7:11:34 PM PDT · by daniel885 · 16 replies
    RLCSC ^ | 10/22/2012 | RLCSC
    Who is winning the debate? http://rlcsc.org/2012/10/22/who-is-winning-the-third-presidential-debate/
  • IBD/TIPP Presidential Daily Tracking Poll: O47/R43 (D+7)

    10/22/2012 11:02:40 AM PDT · by tatown · 25 replies
    IBD ^ | 10/22 | IBD
    Obama: +4.0 Obama 47.4% | Romney 43.4% Obama held a slimmer pre-final debate lead of 4% Monday. Romney took a 5-point lead among those aged 45 to 64, and kept a solid 8-point edge among those 65 and over. He also regained a slight advantage among men, holding a 2-point lead. But Obama has maintained his strength with certain key Democratic blocs, among them urban voters (a 35-point edge), single women (33 points), and self-described liberals (82 points). Read More At IBD: http://news.investors.com/special-report/508415-ibdtipp-poll.aspx#ixzz2A3HVl9Ga
  • Gallup Tracking Poll: R51/O45

    10/22/2012 10:03:33 AM PDT · by tatown · 65 replies
    Gallup ^ | 10/22 | Gallup
    Romney-51/Obama-45
  • Monmouth University National Poll: R48/O45 (D+4)

    10/22/2012 9:37:40 AM PDT · by tatown · 15 replies
    Monmouth University ^ | 10/22 | Monmouth University
    The latest Monmouth University Poll of voters nationwide shows Mitt Romney holding on to a three point lead over Barack Obama in next months presidential race. The GOP challenger continued to make gains in every issue area after the second debate. Currently, Gov. Romney leads the incumbent by 48% to 45% among likely American voters. Following the first debate earlier this month, Romney held a one point lead. The current results mark a reversal from Monmouths mid-September poll when Pres. Obama held a 48% to 45% advantage in vote intention. Currently, 3% of likely voters say they will vote for...
  • ARG National Poll: Romney 49% Obama 47%

    10/22/2012 9:17:34 AM PDT · by nhwingut · 27 replies
    ARG ^ | 10/22/2010 | Staff
    If the general election were being held today between Barack Obama for president and Joe Biden for vice president, the Democrats, and Mitt Romney for president and Paul Ryan for vice president, the Republicans, for whom would you vote - Obama and Biden or Romney and Ryan (names rotated), or someone else?
  • Romney Has Best Gallup Tracking Poll Numbers Since 1968

    10/22/2012 8:52:42 AM PDT · by kingattax · 63 replies
    Washington Times ^ | 10-21-12 | James S. Robbins
    Mitt Romney continues to out-poll every winning presidential challenger since 1968. The latest Gallup daily tracking poll of likely voters has Mr. Romney leading Barack Obama by seven points, 52% to 45%. Mr. Romneys total is greater than Richard Nixons 44% at this point in the race in 1968, Jimmy Carters 49% in 1976, Ronald Reagans hard to believe 39% in 1980 (Carter was ahead with 45%), George H. W. Bushs 50% in 1988, and Bill Clintons 40% in 1992. In 2000 and 2008 George W. Bush and Barack Obama both tracked at a within-error 51%.
  • Election 2012: Colorado President Colorado: Romney 50%, Obama 46%

    itt Romney has now reached the 50% mark for the first time in Colorado and leads President Obama by four in the critical swing state. The latest Rasmussen Reports telephone survey of Likely Colorado Voters finds Romney with 50% support to Obamas 46%. Two percent (2%) like some other candidate, and one percent (1%) remains undecided. (To see survey question wording, click here.) Still, Colorado remains a Toss-Up in the Rasmussen Reports Electoral College Projections. But Colorado is the fourth swing state that has moved in Romneys direction in the past week. Florida, Missouri and North Carolina have now shifted...
  • Colorado: R50/O46 (Drudge developing...)

    10/22/2012 7:12:00 AM PDT · by tatown · 24 replies
    Drudge Report ^ | 10/22 | Drudge
    Colorado: R50/O46 developing....
  • Daily Swing State Tracking Poll Swing State Tracking: Romney 49%, Obama 46%

    10/22/2012 7:14:51 AM PDT · by tatown · 21 replies
    Rasmussen ^ | 10/22 | Rasmussen
    Monday, October 22, 2012 The full Swing State tracking update offers Rasmussen Reader subscribers a combined view of the results from 11 key states won by President Obama in 2008 and thought to be competitive in 2012. The states collectively hold 146 Electoral College votes and include Colorado, Florida, Iowa, Michigan, Nevada, New Hampshire, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Virginia and Wisconsin. If you do not already have a Rasmussen Reader account, subscribe now. Platinum Members have access to detailed demographic information. In the 11 swing states, Mitt Romney earns 49% of the vote to Obamas 46%. Two percent (2%) like...
  • Battleground Tracking Poll: Mitt Romney Takes Lead (49% to 47%)

    10/22/2012 2:22:18 AM PDT · by Arthurio · 25 replies
    DELRAY BEACH, Fla. Mitt Romney has taken a narrow national lead, tightened the gender gap and expanded his edge over President Barack Obama on who would best grow the economy. A new POLITICO/George Washington University Battleground Tracking Poll of 1,000 likely voters taken from Sunday through Thursday of last week shows Romney ahead of Obama by two points, 49 to 47 percent. That represents a three-point swing in the GOP nominees direction from a week ago but is still within the margin of error. Obama led 49 percent to 48 percent the week before. Romney has not...
  • Election Polls -- Accuracy Record in Presidential Elections-Gallup Poll Accuracy Record

    10/21/2012 11:54:26 AM PDT · by Signalman · 29 replies
    Gallup ^ | 10/21/2012 | Gallup
    Click the link to see the accuracy of the Gallup poll from 1936 to present. With a few exceptions, it's been quite accurate, usually not off more than a few points either way. And those that are off more than 3 pts on the plus side have usually gone to the Dem.