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gutless

Wow! This is a crock of the worst sort. I predict that this poll will be undressed by Thursday.

Anonymous

This is PPP people, Democrat hacks.

Depressive Manic

This first poll Ive seen since Christies Disney World trip. It doesnt look like it damaged his approval ratings.

Jonny V

The Palin numbers have me salivating. I really just dont think we (those of us who want Obama to win big in 2012) are lucky enough to get her as the GOP nominee... but man that would be sweet.

NRH

Being up by 17 against his closest potential Republican challenger is a long, long way from being competitive. There are only 8 states where John McCain won by a larger margin than 17 (plus Nebraskas 3rd district), for a total of 47 electoral votes. There are 13 states (plus one Maine district, counting DC as a state) where Obama won by more than 17%, comprising 167 electoral votes.If New Jersey was competitive, then yes, that would mean the playing field was so far tilted to the right that Obama would be a massive underdog. Similarly, if Arizona was in play, that would suggest that Republicans would be so far down as to be near non-viability. But Obama won NJ by 15.53% in 2008, and is up by 17% in this poll. Thats dominating, not competing.

Dustin Ingalls

Obviously its not competitive since hes winning here by greater margins than he did in 2008. Well have Menendez numbers tomorrow.

DBL

There were 12 states that Obama won with a lower percentage of votes than New Jersey. If New Jersey is competitive it means Obama has already lost. I assume you tested Bob Menendez.

NRH

Going to stop by on Thursday to admit you were wrong, Gutless Wonder? Or that PPP is statistically one of the most accurate pollsters around?

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