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November 03, 2012


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Mark Atheer

looked for percentage of DEM/GOP/IND responding to poll...didn't see it...did I miss something?


Wonderful! "This is the first time either candidate has led by more than 2 points in the three weeks we've been doing this survey. Obama has led in 4 individual days of polling in a row since Wednesday, suggesting that he may be getting a bounce based on his leadership during Hurricane Sandy."


Seems inaccurate. Hiding the Libya terrorist attack. Caused 6 billion in debt in less then 4 years. No new plans.feds putting 40 billion a month to calm the economy which makes it look like we are improving but will cost the dollar to have lower value.


"These polls can't be right, they're not what I wanted to see." - Dee


The D/R/I split here is 40/35/26 so they oversampled Democrats and undersampled Independents in this poll.


Most of the recent growth in independents has been a shift from Republican registration to no party; it is effectively a 'leaning Republican' group. If Obama is even close to a tie with this group, it kills Romney's chances.

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