Monday, October 22, 2012

Tied Up?


They tell me that this thing is all tied up!  They tell me that this means that Mitt Romney has gained some momentum....Stranger things have happened..even in American politics...When you have several millionaires sinking a crap load of money into attack ads and mass hysteria...Nothing surprises me.


Heading into tomorrow nights final debate and with just over two weeks until Election Day, President Barack Obama and Republican nominee Mitt Romney are now tied nationally, according the latest NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll.

PresidentObama and Romney both get 47 percent among likely voters in the latest edition of the poll, conducted entirely in the aftermath of the second presidential debate last Monday. In the last national NBC/WSJ poll, which was conducted before debate season began, the president held a narrow, three-point lead over his GOP challenger, 49 percent to 46 percent.

But among the wider pool of all registered voters in this new survey, PresidentObama is ahead of Mitt Romney by five points, 49 percent to 44 percent. I don't know what to believe at this point.


Looking at some of the most important demographic groups,Mitt  Romney leads among men (53 percent to 43 percent), President Obama is up with women (51 percent to 43 percent) and they are essentially tied among voters in the Midwest.


The full poll — which was conducted Oct. 17-20 among 1,000 registered voters and 816 likely voters — will be released by the time you all are reading this.

The margin of error is plus-minus 3.1 percentage points for the sample of registered voters and plus-minus 3.43 percentage points for the sample of likely voters.

Forget the polls...Watch the debate tonight...The final one....It's getting closer and closer to game time people!

1 comment:

Sean said...

Game On!




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