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Gallup Poll Shows Democratic Voting Enthusiasm Down Sharply - Obama is Doomed -

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posted on Jul, 26 2012 @ 09:26 AM
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Gallup poll has revealed something we already knew. -- Obama is doomed --

The Obama economic malaise has his supporters disenchanted and just staying home

this year. The high unemployment and terrible Job Growth Reports show a - no win scenario -

for Obama. His famous 9 word Gaffe is in the back of everyones mind.

-- If you've got a business, you didn't build that ! --

Read the truth at Gallup.

- Gallup Poll: Democratic Voting Enthusiam Down -

Clearly, Obama is stuck in an unrecoverable tailspin.

The USA Q2 GDP is expected to come in at 1.2% at best.

That is a disgrace. The American people deserve better than that.

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To make matters even worse for the liberals, James Carville is yelling at them again.

Demands for more gun control will only anger Americans and make them run to the

voting booths and vote out those who attack the 2nd Amendment.




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posted on Jul, 26 2012 @ 09:56 AM
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from the article

Democrats are significantly less likely now (39%) than they were in the summers of 2004 and 2008 to say they are "more enthusiastic about voting than usual" in the coming presidential election. Republicans are more enthusiastic now than in 2008, and the same as in 2004.


Obama has obviously turned off many Democrats.

Most likely, it's the ones who are STILL waiting for those jobs to re-appear !!

And I would suspect that many have run out of unemployment "benefits" as well.

What's left of their life is not good enough.

They are moving backwards.

The chicken feed assistance is not paying their bills.

Many people worked their rear ends off and now are in the negative columns.

Those "Left-out Legions" won't vote for Obama no more.

The ultra motivated voters will vote for "Romney" --- get ready for Romney Two-Terms !!!!

Does anybody Really think that recently laid off workers will vote for Democrats


All Obama has left is the chronic and the generational supporters.

Not good enough to win however !!



posted on Jul, 26 2012 @ 09:59 AM
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Just two or three days ago Obama was "steadily increasing in the polls"ove the last three months.....
Just goes to show ya that the poles know #e.
Obama will not get a second kick at Americans....hes booted the crap out of the country enough.....
Id really ike to see the GOP offer RP a shot, as Romney really is NOT well recieved by the average voter, and is percieved a tool of the big business interests....as well as instant war on Iran should he be elected.
I can hardly wait to see what the convention turns out like...
This one is crucial to America.
There also is the chance Romney may take on water before then....and if so it would be between RP and Bushs "other clone" Jeb.....



posted on Jul, 26 2012 @ 10:05 AM
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Originally posted by xuenchen
from the article

Democrats are significantly less likely now (39%) than they were in the summers of 2004 and 2008 to say they are "more enthusiastic about voting than usual" in the coming presidential election. Republicans are more enthusiastic now than in 2008, and the same as in 2004.


Obama has obviously turned off many Democrats.

Most likely, it's the ones who are STILL waiting for those jobs to re-appear !!

And I would suspect that many have run out of unemployment "benefits" as well.

What's left of their life is not good enough.

They are moving backwards.

The chicken feed assistance is not paying their bills.

Many people worked their rear ends off and now are in the negative columns.

Those "Left-out Legions" won't vote for Obama no more.

The ultra motivated voters will vote for "Romney" --- get ready for Romney Two-Terms !!!!

Does anybody Really think that recently laid off workers will vote for Democrats


All Obama has left is the chronic and the generational supporters.

Not good enough to win however !!



The Bain Capital attacks have only pushed up Obamas negatives.

Obama can't run on his record. -- It's a disaster --

His 9 word Gaffe is following him wherever he goes.

-- If you've got a business, you didn't build that ! --

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The liberals are clearly discouraged. Look at the chart.

Now, they have been reduced to playing the race card.

This is going to be an ugly chapter in the Obama legacy. He should start packing his

luggage today. It's over.
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posted on Jul, 26 2012 @ 11:27 AM
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Battleground States as of today...(Realclearpolitics)

Wisconsin
Obama +7.0

North Carolina
Romney +0.4

Colorado
Obama +3.0

Nevada
Obama +4.5

Missouri
Romney +5.0

Ohio
Obama +4.3

Virginia
Obama +1.2

Florida
Obama +1.1

Iowa
Obama +1.3

Michigan
Obama +4.2

Pennsylvania
Obama +5.8

New Hampshire
Obama +3.0

Good luck with that....I guess you have to sieze on any poll that shows hope.

BTW - I always scratch my head about the term "enthusiasm"...It is not how I would describe the vitriolic fever that the right wing is suffering from.
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posted on Jul, 26 2012 @ 11:37 AM
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Look, I'm not a fan of Obama any more than you are, but objectively speaking, I highly doubt the Republicans are any more stoked about voting for Mitt Romney, who has about as much charisma as that one kid that always sits in the back of the class with headgear without any friends. He doesn't know how to get his supporters enthusiastic about voting for him, which will make it tough to get the independents.

Like I said, I'm not the guy's biggest fan, but you need to be fair. Regarding the infamous "7-word gaffe," I believe Jon Stewart breaks it down best..."CONTEXT!"

www.thedailyshow.com...


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posted on Jul, 26 2012 @ 12:11 PM
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Obama is way below 50% in ALL of those polls you have.


- The undecided usually vote for the challenger. - Challenger = Mitt Romney

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Read the info at Gallup. Your Obama supporters are losing - enthusiasm -.


My Mitt Romney voters are gaining enthusiasm.

Face it. It's over. Obama has failed miserably.

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To make matters worse, the loser liberals are pushing for more -gun control -.

James Carville says that's a bad idea.

Enraged Americans will be running to vote against the Anti 2nd Amendment losers.

I think we just gained 2 more US Senate seats !!!


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President Mitt Romney will have Florida, Ohio, North Carolina, Virginia, Wisconsin &

Colorado in his column. That's 285 Electoral Votes. He only needs 270.
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Can't you guys do anything right?

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posted on Jul, 26 2012 @ 12:18 PM
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Originally posted by Akuhei
Look, I'm not a fan of Obama any more than you are, but objectively speaking, I highly doubt the Republicans are any more stoked about voting for Mitt Romney, who has about as much charisma as that one kid that always sits in the back of the class with headgear without any friends. He doesn't know how to get his supporters enthusiastic about voting for him, which will make it tough to get the independents.

Like I said, I'm not the guy's biggest fan, but you need to be fair. Regarding the infamous "7-word gaffe," I believe Jon Stewart breaks it down best..."CONTEXT!"

www.thedailyshow.com...


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It's the 9 word Gaffe that is following Obama around wherever he goes.

-- If you've got a business, you didn't build that ! --

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Go ahead and ignore the NBC poll that has Obama ahead.


They keep stacking their polls with democrats.


Why even bother? Everyone rolls their eyes when they see the overwhelming number

of democrats sampled.

Isn't it odd, that we never see any polls stacked with Republicans?


The Obama Campaign is turning into one big Saturday Night Live skit where

Obama is defeated at the end.



posted on Jul, 26 2012 @ 12:37 PM
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We are all doomed whether the next POTUS is Romney or Obama.
What's the difference? Answer: There isn't any.



posted on Jul, 26 2012 @ 12:40 PM
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Originally posted by orbitbaby
We are all doomed whether the next POTUS is Romney or Obama.
What's the difference? Answer: There isn't any.


Obama: Lets just go over the - Fiscal Cliff - and see what happens.

Romney: Lets move away from the - Fiscal Cliff - and stop attacking small

businesses with unending regulations.

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There is a clear difference between Obama the Socialist and

Mitt Romney the Capitalist.



posted on Jul, 26 2012 @ 12:49 PM
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There could be a number of factors that make Democrats less enthusiastic about this election.

Obama is the incumbent president! He does not necessarily need to get his base all worked up because they are going to vote for him anyway. I have yet to find a Democrat even hint that they would vote for Romney.

If you go to the Gallup website that you linked in the OP, you also would see that his job approval rating is up. Also, the economic and other key polls indicate a positive move for Obama.

I don't even like Obama, but why do we pick and choose polls to use in an attempt to justify our own political desires?

This poll means nothing! If we take this as fact, then we also have to believe the polls that say Obama is far ahead in support over Romney...but that doesn't jive with your agenda, does it?

Once again, we are blessed with another propaganda thread by Eurisko2012. This is getting old man.
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posted on Jul, 26 2012 @ 12:53 PM
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Read the polls people....

WE ARE SICK TO DEATH of the One on One game the Obama and Romney people are playing.

2 groups...control everything and one always gets its way. Over a certain period of time- much disater comes from it.

These two parties have to go, and so do their puppets.

Thats Real Clear Politics.



posted on Jul, 26 2012 @ 12:55 PM
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Originally posted by Eurisko2012

Originally posted by Akuhei
Look, I'm not a fan of Obama any more than you are, but objectively speaking, I highly doubt the Republicans are any more stoked about voting for Mitt Romney, who has about as much charisma as that one kid that always sits in the back of the class with headgear without any friends. He doesn't know how to get his supporters enthusiastic about voting for him, which will make it tough to get the independents.

Like I said, I'm not the guy's biggest fan, but you need to be fair. Regarding the infamous "7-word gaffe," I believe Jon Stewart breaks it down best..."CONTEXT!"

www.thedailyshow.com...


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It's the 9 word Gaffe that is following Obama around wherever he goes.

-- If you've got a business, you didn't build that ! --

I assume you completely ignored the video and will continue to take the quote out of context. Very well, carry on

.

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Go ahead and ignore the NBC poll that has Obama ahead.


The poll that has Obama ahead? So, you're basically telling me to ignore the polls that don't support what you want? Odd, I was convinced that was what this website and its members stood against. Correct me if I'm wrong.


They keep stacking their polls with democrats.


So I should go look at a Fox News poll instead?


Why even bother? Everyone rolls their eyes when they see the overwhelming number of democrats sampled.

It's the media. And everyone rolls their eyes because they know we're going to suffer the same fate no matter what. See: Obamney.


Isn't it odd, that we never see any polls stacked with Republicans?


See: Fox News


The Obama Campaign is turning into one big Saturday Night Live skit where

Obama is defeated at the end.

Awesome. Now I guess Romney is going to outsource the White House to China to save $5?


Really, the Obama=Romney threads are all over the place on this site. Do a bit of research.
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posted on Jul, 26 2012 @ 12:56 PM
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Originally posted by Common Good
Read the polls people....

WE ARE SICK TO DEATH of the One on One game the Obama and Romney people are playing.

2 groups...control everything and one always gets its way. Over a certain period of time- much disater comes from it.

These two parties have to go, and so do their puppets.

Thats Real Clear Politics.


The Ron Paul wet dream isn't going to happen. Make your choice: Obama or Romney.



posted on Jul, 26 2012 @ 12:58 PM
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Originally posted by Eurisko2012

Originally posted by Common Good
Read the polls people....

WE ARE SICK TO DEATH of the One on One game the Obama and Romney people are playing.

2 groups...control everything and one always gets its way. Over a certain period of time- much disater comes from it.

These two parties have to go, and so do their puppets.

Thats Real Clear Politics.


The Ron Paul wet dream isn't going to happen. Make your choice: Obama or Romney.

Where did he once mention RP? Take your head out of the sand. Our choices are: Current incumbent Obamney or presidential nominee...Obamney!

There's a reason I, like many others, are choosing to vote third party this year.



posted on Jul, 26 2012 @ 12:58 PM
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Originally posted by Eurisko2012

Originally posted by Common Good
Read the polls people....

WE ARE SICK TO DEATH of the One on One game the Obama and Romney people are playing.

2 groups...control everything and one always gets its way. Over a certain period of time- much disater comes from it.

These two parties have to go, and so do their puppets.

Thats Real Clear Politics.


The Ron Paul wet dream isn't going to happen. Make your choice: Obama or Romney.



Its not even about that anymore. Now its beyond that, its so far past that I wouldnt even bother looking back to touch what was offered to me. Obama or Romney....

I pick neither. There is no lesser of two evils when they are both evil.



posted on Jul, 26 2012 @ 12:59 PM
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Rasmussen has the best polling data.

He polls - likely voters -.

The other polls are prone to stacking their polls with democrats.



posted on Jul, 26 2012 @ 01:02 PM
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So you're basically doing as I stated earlier and only taking note of the polls that support your desires? I believe that's called confirmation bias.

Also, I think I'll have to disagree with you. It seems to be commonly accepted that Rasmussen is biased in the GOP's favor:


In the final weeks of the 2010 governor’s race in California, Rasmussen’s results suggested, using more polling “data” than anyone else, that the race was a toss-up. Right up to until Election Day, Rasmussen flooded the media with the view that Meg Whitman was going to pull off one of the greatest upsets in US voting history. So what actually happened when voters went to the polls? Whitman lost to Jerry Brown by 13 points. This is despite the $140,000,000 of her own money she used to lather the airwaves with advertising. This was not a “close race” or “tossup”—it was a slaughter.


Source: www.dailykos.com...



posted on Jul, 26 2012 @ 01:02 PM
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Who is surprised. The Dems wouldn't even vote to audit the Fed. I had always hoped they were really looking out for us, but now I know they are not.



posted on Jul, 26 2012 @ 01:05 PM
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Originally posted by sheepslayer247
There could be a number of factors that make Democrats less enthusiastic about this election.

Obama is the incumbent president! He does not necessarily need to get his base all worked up because they are going to vote for him anyway. I have yet to find a Democrat even hint that they would vote for Romney.

If you go to the Gallup website that you linked in the OP, you also would see that his job approval rating is up. Also, the economic and other key polls indicate a positive move for Obama.

I don't even like Obama, but why do we pick and choose polls to use in an attempt to justify our own political desires?

This poll means nothing! If we take this as fact, then we also have to believe the polls that say Obama is far ahead in support over Romney...but that doesn't jive with your agenda, does it?

Once again, we are blessed with another propaganda thread by Eurisko2012. This is getting old man.
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Oh, come on. Be honest with yourself.

The number 1 concern for the American people is the US economy.

Clearly, Obamas economic policies have failed.

Unemployment is sky high - right where Obama likes it.

The annual national deficits are over $1 Trillion - right where Obama likes it.

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The democrat voting enthusiasm is down - sharply - because the economy is down

sharply. The American independents are not going to re- elect some loser who hands

them a GDP of 1%. We deserve better than that.




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