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Rasmussen Poll: Obama's Berlin speech a big hit

Discussion in 'Elections & Political Parties' started by Popeye, Jul 26, 2008.

  1. Popeye

    Popeye Active Member

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    Not only did Obama's speech go over big in Germany but according to a Rasmussen Poll over half of Americans (55%) rate Obama’s historic speech in Berlin yesterday good (29%) or excellent (26%). Even more telling, a full 32% of Republicans rated the speech good or excellent.

    Obama is getting a nice bounce from the speech as well having opened a 6% lead on McCain. Just 4 days ago they were tied. Gallup is showing a similar bounce, Obama now up by 7%.

    http://www.rasmussenreports.com/pub...ial_election/daily_presidential_tracking_poll

    http://www.gallup.com/poll/109099/Gallup-Daily-Obama-Retains-Lead-48-41.aspx
     
  2. BigRob

    BigRob Well-Known Member

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    They key is going to be what the bounce is or is not in battleground states, not nationally. I think in another week or so it will be more clear what the situation in those battleground states will be.
     
  3. Libsmasher

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    Once again, you're lying through your teeth. You have no proof Obama's hot air went over big in germany, and the polls showed Obama with a 6% lead both before and after the speech. Everyone can see that you are the resident liar, nothing you say has any credibility.
     
  4. Popeye

    Popeye Active Member

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    You my friend are the liar, either that or you choose to block out that which you don't wish to hear.


    According to Rasmussen Obama and McCain were tied at 46% on 7-22, by 7-26 Obama had opened up a 6% lead...in other other words, a bounce.


    From the Rasmussen Poll

    From Gallup

    Why don't you try watching something other than Fox News, it might open up what little brain matter you possess to a whole new world.
     
  5. Popeye

    Popeye Active Member

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    Here's some more evidence courtesy of today's 7-27 Gallup Poll that you are a fool. Obama's bounce continues his lead is now 9%.

    In light of the evidence I have presented in this and the previous post, there is absolutely no question that Obama received a bounce from his trip, even the polling organizations acknowledge it.

    I'll be expecting an apology.
     
  6. pocketfullofshells

    pocketfullofshells Well-Known Member

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    I would not hold your breath. You used facts to support what you said, LIb will most likey come back with

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  7. Libsmasher

    Libsmasher New Member

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    You simply CAN'T stop lying, can you? :D

    Here's the table from your reference:

    http://www.rasmussenreports.com/pub...al_election/general_election_match_up_history

    Obama gave the speech on the 24th:

    The numbers on the 23rd from the first column:

    Obama: 45%
    McCain: 42%

    Here's the numbers on the 27th:

    Obama: 46%
    McCain: 41%

    From a 3% difference, to a 5% difference, ie, a net difference of 2%, but that's what Rasmussen claims as their measurement error, +/- 2%. In other words, your vaunted "bump" is lost in the statistical noise. :D

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    Also, I notice you backed off to the 22nd to get your starting point, so you could include changes favorable to Obama that had nothing to do with his speech, because it hadn't been given yet.

    Why do you do these things? Because you are a MISREPRESENTER and a LIAR.

    As for your "bump" claim, it holds no water. ;)
     
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    Libsmasher New Member

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    Ah, you accept as fact the claims, OF ALL PEOPLE, of those of our resident defamer and liar, as opposed to carefully checking out what he said for yourself? Don't you feel stupid now? You certainly LOOK stupid. :D
     
  9. Popeye

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    Lets go over the quotes again:


    There has been an obvious bounce the pollsters recognize it at such, even going so far as to use that EXACT term.

    You have been exposed for a juvenile fool. You've been caught and instead of standing up like a man and admitting your mistake, you act like a child.

    http://www.gallup.com/poll/109102/Gallup-Daily-Obama-49-McCain-40.aspx

    http://www.rasmussenreports.com/pub...ial_election/daily_presidential_tracking_poll
     
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