From KNBC (los angeles)
25% in ohio
24% in pennsylvania
"I'm not sure if I would vote for him, but I would not vote for McCain," Ms. Ramirez, a finance student at Baruch College, said. "I guess it will come down to the lesser of two evils."
PLC1;43971 [QUOTE said:It looks to me like the hype about Clinton supporters voting for McCain in any significant numbers is just that: Hype.
PLC1;43971 If that is the case why are Obama's numbers stagnant. I would thought that he'd have a huge lead over McCheese by now. The primaries have been over for a while... What's going on? why people are not buying into Obama anymore...[/QUOTE said:According to some of the polls, he does have a sizable lead. It depends on which polls you want to believe.
If a significant number of Clintonistas were to become McCainistas, then Obama's lead would be non existent. Patience. There is no telling which of the two will win in November just yet.
It would be to your benefit to provide a link when citing a poll. Otherwise, one will be forced to either take your word or search for the poll in question, neither of which I'm prepared to do.
It would be to YOUR benefit to realize that the internet isn't the only source of information. Ya see, there are these devices called TELEVISIONS, and all kinds of interesting info is transmitted over them.
As for Obama's lead - about the only place I see any coverage of McCain is on CSPAN - if the lib media had the balls to depart even slightly from their All Obama All The Time format, the numbers might change. I bet if you took a poll of voters, you'd find lots of people who couldn't even name the republican likely-nominee.
You're citing, indeed starting a thread on some poll numbers you claim you saw on television?
Not only might your hearing or memory be faulty (the majority of McCain supporters are of extreme age),
but there is such a thing as context and numerous other factors that can't be judged without a link.
I can claim just about anything under the cover of "I saw it on television." In the future please provide a link to any poll you attempt to use otherwise I will just assume you made it up.
Come to think of it, considering your track record, it might not be a bad idea if I began with that assumption when reading any of your posts.
If that is the case why are Obama's numbers stagnant. I would thought that he'd have a huge lead over McCheese by now. The primaries have been over for a while... What's going on? why people are not buying into Obama anymore...