News Polls VERY good for Obama

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posted on Oct, 15 2012 @ 05:26 AM
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Originally posted by longlostbrother
Looks like Mitt's bounce is going to be short lived, unless Obama tanks again in the next debate.

A few polls of note:

Obama leads 51-46 in Ohio:

www.publicpolicypolling.com...

More from PPP:


One of the reasons Ohio's particularly tough for Romney- looking back voters support the auto bailout 54/37

Ohio voters think Biden won the debate Thursday night 46-37, including 44-32 with independents


and look at this:


19% of Ohioans say they've already voted and Obama has a 76-24 advantage with them.


twitter.com...

Obama LEADS in ARIZONA:

www.scribd.com...

Obama up three in Virginia, a state (like Ohio) Mitt can't really lose:

www.publicpolicypolling.com...


They do show the truth but many are like the artifact images of mars, sure they show what it truly is but many will not accept them as such because they have it in their minds that it is the way they think and not reality.

Plus if somebody pi$$es them off, forget it they want heads to roll.
edit on 15-10-2012 by thetiler because: spelling




posted on Oct, 15 2012 @ 06:42 AM
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Romney headed back to Loserville...




posted on Oct, 15 2012 @ 07:12 AM
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Originally posted by beezzer
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I wouldn't get all giggly over the polls.

Public Policy Polling is a left-leaning agency. Pro-Obama.

Linky-poo


Just as Fox news enjoys skewing the polls in favour of Romney. All polls are unreliable.



posted on Oct, 15 2012 @ 07:53 AM
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Originally posted by daaskapital

Originally posted by beezzer
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I wouldn't get all giggly over the polls.

Public Policy Polling is a left-leaning agency. Pro-Obama.

Linky-poo


Just as Fox news enjoys skewing the polls in favour of Romney. All polls are unreliable.


Actually.

Lot's of polls has built in bias, or assumptions, as they are based on the concept of extrapolating the preferences of thousands or millions (or tens of millions) of people, based on a much smaller, but supposedly representative sampling.

If the sampling is done correctly, and the assumptions are correct, then the poll can be quite accurate and useful, which is why candidates spend 10s of millions on them every year.

None are "perfect" nor can they ever be, nor is that their aim. to that end they build in a margin or error. A number which is meant to demonstrate the degree to which they trust their own formulation.

Now, there are DEFINITELY political players that goose poll numbers, for political reasons, but... aside from that, a well made poll can be very accurate.



posted on Oct, 15 2012 @ 10:31 AM
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Do you think this guy is biased to the left?

www.electionprojection.com...

He's still predicting Ohio for Obama.



posted on Oct, 15 2012 @ 02:57 PM
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From Reuters:

Obama keeps small lead on Romney, debate bleeding stemmed: poll


President Barack Obama retained a slim lead over Republican challenger Mitt Romney in the Reuters/Ipsos daily tracking poll on Monday, as he appeared to have stemmed the bleeding from his poor first debate.

Three weeks before the November 6 U.S. election, Obama leads Romney by 2 percentage points, with 47 percent support from likely voters in the national online poll, to 45 percent support for Romney.


www.reuters.com...



posted on Oct, 18 2012 @ 09:09 PM
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Looks very even at this point

oh now there is an October surprise:

(birth of antichrist given down to minute! by Jeane Dixon in 1960's)






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