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Ergo, this particular poll is not a snapshot of the state, but rather from the Philly region; plus the sample rate matches Philadelphia registrations and grossly over counts democrats by about 10 points.
Interestingly, Obama won this region in PA by 18% in 2008. Hence, if Obama really has an 10 point lead in this area, he is in trouble.
Originally posted by PatrickGarrow17
Of course, there isn't any reason for that since Reps won't strip benefits from current collectors
Originally posted by aethertek
Remember that old saying that "Money talks & BS walks"?
Well the money says four more years, people putting up cold hard cash not partisan trash say Obama for the win.
All these anti Obama threads started every damn day are starting to smell like weak desperation.
Why don't you start pro Rmoney threads instead touting all the wonderful policies he has, right you can't because his whole campaign thus far has been the usual empty sloganeering.
He would do to this country just what he did with all those companies he bankrupted, he & his buddies get richer while he sells you out to the highest bidder.
But go ahead vote the billionaires boy into power, because people like Rmoney, Adelson & the Koch bros care so much about people like you.
New surveying for Monday night finds Romney ahead of the president 50% to 47% in the key swing state of Colorado. That marks little change from a week ago, and the state remains a Toss-Up in the Rasmussen Reports Electoral College Projections.
In Wisconsin, surveying from Monday night finds the race remains tied at 49%, just like last week. Wisconsin, too, is still a Toss-Up and is critical to Romney’s fortunes if he loses Ohio.
We will release new numbers out of Iowa later today.