Jul 22 2008

Polls Moving Away From Obama?

Published by at 1:30 pm under 2008 Elections,All General Discussions

It’s still way too early to watch polls, so take this with a grain of salt. But two state polls recently out show movement away from Obama, and they may be signaling seriously bad news for the Waffler-in-Chief with his convention just around the corner. First some news out of the bell-weather state of OH:

ohn McCain has opened a modest lead over Barack Obama in the key swing state of Ohio. The latest Rasmussen Reports telephone survey in the Buckeye State shows McCain attracting 46% of the vote while Obama earns 40%. Last month and the month before McCain held a insignificant one-point lead over Obama.

Seven percent (7%) of voters say they’d prefer a third party candidate over either McCain or Obama and another 7% remain undecided.

When “leaners” are included in the totals, McCain leads Obama 52% to 42%.

Modest lead? Yeah, right. Another poll shows a tight race in MI, which rarely goes for the GOP. Is Obama going to see a bump out of his international travels, or will he hit a ditch?

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2 Responses to “Polls Moving Away From Obama?”

  1. Terrye says:

    Rasmussens has them tied again.

    I wonder if people are tired of being force fed Obama?

  2. Dc says:

    After Watching Obama do one thing, say another, and everybody just follows along…I have no doubt he can do whatever he wants…and the press will back him up.