Daily Poll Update: In The Thick Of It

It will be interesting to watch over the next few days whether Obama returns to his position of prominence or whether Romney will make gains:

General Election: Rasmussen Tracking Romney 48, Obama 47 Romney +1

Ohio: SurveyUSA Obama 45, Romney 44 Obama +1

Nevada: LVRJ/SurveyUSA Obama 47, Romney 46 Obama +1

Ohio Senate: SurveyUSA (D) Brown 42, (R) Mandel 38 Brown +4

Nevada Senate: Rasmussen Reports (R) Heller 48, (D) Berkley 45 …


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  1. Evan Pokroy

    There’s some fascinating break downs in the NV Survey USA poll. The poll is D +7, which probably isn’t too far off in Nevada these days. Lots of influx of CA retirees who want a lower cost of living, even though Obama took NV by 12 in ’08. There is some serious erosion of Obama’s hold on minorities though. 81% of African Americans and only 54% of Hispanics plan on voting for him. That’s significantly lower than even John Kerry got in ’04.  

    It might have something to do with the 22% U-6 numbers in the state, but that’s speculation on my part.

  2. DocJay

    Here’s the lady running against our senator in Nevada.  She is corrupt.

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    There is no way Obama wins this state.  We may have transplanted Cali folks but lots of them are conservative.  Besides, we’re chock full O’ Mormons.  

  3. wmartin

    Gallup nationally has moved back into a tie at 48% each. Romney lost a point, Obama gained a point.


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