This last week of polling has shown a distinct advantage for Obama. It seems like the eleciton may be breaking in Obama's favor.
Here is a graphic of all the Sunday polls conducted in Battleground States.
This shows a clear advantage for Obama heading into Election day. He seems to have edged out an advantage in Ohio, Michigan, Wisconsin, New
Hampshire, New Mexico, Nevada, Pennsylvania, and most shockingly of all Virginia.
The only Battleground that Romney is firmly holding is North Carolina. Florida and Colorado are pure toss ups that will go either way.
Now I don't like National Polling, it really tells you nothing about the outcome of the election. But Republicans and Romney supporters have been
using National Polls to claim that Romney is winning. Well the last round of National Polls conducted on Sunday show that "lead" Romney has had in
National Polls has slipped away and Obama is now leading in those polls as well.
Othere than the recent polls, there are other indicators that suggest that the Election will break toward Obama.
- Obama is leading in early voting
- Obama's job approval is at 50% ( www.realclearpolitics.com...
- Obama's favorability is above 50% ( www.realclearpolitics.com...
- And Obama has multiple paths to 270, with Ohio or not. Romney does not, Romney has one very narrow path to 270, and it includes Ohio AND
Florida...both which he does not currently lead in.
It will be a fun election night to watch. It will be a close race and the margins are going to be small which suggests it is going to be a long night
(I'm taking off the next day). But as of right now, it looks like Obama will be able to pull of a victory by some very slim margins.
5-11-2012 by Taiyed because: (no reason given)