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Obama regaining ground in national tracking polls

Discussion in 'Elections & Political Parties' started by Popeye, Sep 16, 2008.

  1. Popeye

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    Gallup: McCain 47%, Obama 46%, Yesterday, McCain was up 47%-45%.

    Rasmussen: McCain 48%, Obama 47%, yesterday, McCain was up 49%-47%.

    Research 2000: Obama 48%, McCain 44%, Yesterday, Obama was up 48%-45%

    Hotline/Diageo: Obama 46%, McCain 42%, Yesterday, Obama was up 44%-43%.

    Adding these polls together, the race is essentially a tie at Obama's 46.6% to McCain's 46.4% an improvement from yesterday, when the same math put McCain up by about a full percentage point.

    More importantly, all four polls show a trend in Obama's direction...could it be some of the shine has started rub off of Caribou Barbie? Or is McCain just coming back to essentially where he was before the conventions?
     
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