Romney Had Such A Bad September, He's Now Tied With Obama
As Paul noted below, National Journal shows a nationwide tie between Obama and Romney. NPR shows Obama with a 7-point lead. Polls are fun!
Let's look at all the major polls that we woke up to this morning (and if you're in some of these states mentioned below, give us some feedback on how things are going!):
National Journal Obama 47, Romney 47 Tie
NPR Obama 51, Romney 44 Obama +7
Florida: NBC/WSJ/Marist Obama 47, Romney 46 Obama +1
Virginia: NBC/WSJ/Marist Obama 48, Romney 46 Obama +2
Ohio: NBC/WSJ/Marist Obama 51, Romney 43 Obama +8
Virginia Senate - Allen vs. Kaine NBC/WSJ/Marist Kaine 49, Allen 44 Kaine +5
Ohio Senate - Mandel vs. Brown NBC/WSJ/Marist Brown 50, Mandel 41 Brown +9
Florida Senate - Mack vs. Nelson NBC/WSJ/Marist Nelson 52, Mack 41 Nelson +11
Generic Congressional Vote NPR Republicans 45, Democrats 48 Democrats +3
Direction of Country NPR Right Direction 39, Wrong Track 55 Wrong Track +16
And while many of us are focused on what we might hear from Romney tonight, this RNC ad reminds us of Obama's rhetoric the last time we were at the dance.
The use of Bill Clinton at the end is ... effective.
As Rick Wilson said, live by the Bubba, die by the Bubba.