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September 20, 2012


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Wow, this poll shows an 18% increase in support for Obama from very/somewhat conservative voters compared to the previous PPP Wisconsin poll. How did that happen?

Todd Dugdale

Just a heads-up to all of the clueless conservatives that will soon be here: the cross-tabs, D/R/I, and sampling data are all in the link right above the comment section.

"Full results here" -- click on the word "here"

Also, PPP does not weight to partisan ID, so your cries of "Dem oversampling" (that you are merely parroting and fail to understand) are irrelevant to the results.

Obama 2012

Nice to see Wisconsin moving back into safe Obama territory.

Romney's path to 270 seems to keep shrinking (although the Colorado polls are a bit worrying)

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PPP is skewed far to the Left.
Rasmussen is most accurate according to Fordham University Research.
Tha others all way over sample Democrats.
GOP leads in voter registration 37.6-33.3% according to Rasmussen
In 2008 Democrats led 40-33% according to Rasmussen

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